Date: March 19 2020
Summary: Trigger lists can be used to 'trigger' ideas or thoughts by reading custom phrases or items on a list.
Keywords: ##zettel #archive
A trigger list is a list of key terms that as you read through them, should remind or "trigger" a thought of something that you perhaps forgot or did not remember pertaining to your life.
Here is an example trigger list:
- Projects started, not completed - Projects that need to be started - Commitments/promises to others - Significant Other - Family - Friends - Classmates - Borrowed items - Projects: other organizations - Service - Civic - Volunteer - Communications to make/get - Family - Friends - Professional - Initiate or respond to: - Phone calls - Text messages - Voicemail - E-mail - Snail mail - Social Media - Upcoming events - Special occasions - Birthdays - Anniversaries - Weddings - Graduations - Holidays - Travel - Weekend trips - Vacations - Social events - Cultural events - Sporting events - Things to do - Places to go - People to meet/invite - Local attractions - Administration - Financial - Bills - Banks - Investments - Loans - Taxes - Insurance - Legal affairs - Filing - Waiting for... - Mail order - Repair - Reimbursements - Loaned items - Medical data - RSVPs - Home/household - Landscape - Kitchen things - Washer/dryer/vacuum - Areas to organize/clean - TV - VCR/DVD - Music/CDs/tapes - Phones - Closets/clothes - Vehicle repair/maintenance - Tools - Luggage - Computers - Software - Hardware - Connections - CD/DVD Drive - E-mail - Internet - Social Media - Health care - Doctors - Dentists - Specialists - Hobbies - Books - CDs - MP3s - Podcasts - Videos - Apps - Errands - Hardware store - Pharmacy - Supermarket - Bank - Cleaner - Bookstore - Library - Clothing store - Community - Neighborhood - Schools - Local government - Civic issues
Zelko, Jacob. Trigger Lists. https://jacobzelko.com/03192020050346-trigger-list. March 19 2020.