The Dynamic List is similar to the Open Daily List except that it refers to one project only. It is a way of ensuring that your action on a project is up to date with your latest thinking on the subject.
The technique is simplicity itself:
1. List some of the things you need to do for the project
2. Start working on them in any order.
3. Add new things as you think of them.
The list is valid for one day only. You should construct a new list the following day.
If you need to refer to notes, reminders, etc, then that should itself become a task on the list (e.g. Check Project Notes).
Dynamic lists are extremely effective, but unfortunately I have not yet succeeded in constructing a whole time management system out of them. They lose effectiveness when not constrained by the limits of a single project.
An effective “No List” system?