Aspiration Magazine has identified the Ten Must-List topics that EVERY person must itemise - before they die.
Seven Ways to Create a List comes high in the running order to To Do (Or Die) subjects - but that's only the tenth most important items.
Three Must Haves for Itemisng on the Move comes in at number 9, and includes the same variables as last year- expect that the mobile gadget has now leaped over pen and paper to become the Uber list making platform for on the go busy executives, power mums and zeitgeist leaders.
Five Great Ways to Edit a List is another life changing mini agenda that no Alpha Millennial will have let go unnoticed - but that comes in way down the batting order at number 7.
Ten Running Orders That Will Get You Noticed, a new entrant at number 7, is favoured by celebrity thought leaders such as Posh Becks, Jordan and the Archbishop of Canterbury.
In joint place at 6 are two classic action inventories - but they could hardly be more different! List Titles That Stand Out is favoured by conversation winners and agenda setters, while The Seven Biggest List Mistakes You'll Ever Make takes a more thoughtful, retrospective analysis.
Three Lists You Must Never Make in a Hurry comes in at number four. It's a perennial favourite, despite only comprising of two case histories.
11 Great Ways to Write an Unconventional List has proved a game changer in the list world. Many insisted that lists only came in threes, fives, sevens or tens, but l1 Great Ways has proved them all wrong.
Top of the Lists, however, is the all time 7 Great Ways to Punch Up a Lame Concept.
"I think you'll agree this is the most aggressively aspirational magazine ever," said Zeitgeist Publishing CEO Gerry Absalom, "every week we'll offer the ten most over reaching cover lines - or you'll get your money back."