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How to Bubble Map you todo’s

By • Oct 10th, 2005 • Category: GTD, the Weirdo

Here’s a very cool idea on how to track you to do list. You basically don’t make a list. Instead you draw a bubble for every task. The size of the bubble represents the how much of you will be invested in the task (including both what it will take to do it and how important it is). That way you can start working through the bubble in a way that seems natural to you, starting with the biggest, the smallest or somewhere in the middle. Very cool idea. I think I might have to give it a try.

Found via Lifehack.org.

UPDATE: The guy is a genius. He’s added a hack to the bublemap method. Go take a look!

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  1. Probably the most useful thing I’ve ever found on the internet.

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