Decision Dartboard

Introduction: Decision Dartboard

About: I graduated from Cardonald College with an Advanced Diploma in Graphic Design in 1999. He has worked as a Tattoo Artist, Community Artist, and Freelance Artist ever since. I like making instructables that ev…

Hi Instructables,

I don't know about anyone else but during the lockdown I have been suffering from a severe case of brain fog, especially when it comes to tasks around the studio. So in this instructable I'm going to share how dealt with it and its surprising effective.

Bonus is you don't even need to be good at darts (in fact it probably works better if you're not)

The decision dartboard

Supplies

A dartboard and darts. (I actually found this one

Post-it notes.

Pen.

A lack of skill at darts ( I have an abundance of this)

Step 1: Set It Up and Go

Simply take a task and right it on the post it note.
Attach the post it note to the dart board.
Repeat as much as needed. I kept it to around 10 tasks.
Take a dart and throw.

BOOM! Decision made.

I done this with tasks around the workshop but you could apply it to anything or even intersperse it with "treats"

Anyway, I hope you like this instructable and hopefully find it usefull. As always thoughts, comments and criticisms are welcome : )

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    4 Comments

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    Alex in NZ
    Alex in NZ

    1 year ago

    For those occasions when hurling [1] needle-sharp tungsten weapons are inappropriate, there are some websites you can google [2] which provide physically generated random numbers. That said, I _love_ the hands-on physicality of your indecision eliminator. Thanks for sharing and good luck in the competition :-)

    [1] Other throwing styles are available, if less stylish
    [2] Other search engines are available, and personally I'd use startpage.com or duckduckgo.com for their privacy policies.

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    Barry Neeson
    Barry Neeson

    Reply 1 year ago

    Thank you :)

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    Barry Neeson
    Barry Neeson

    Reply 1 year ago

    Thanks, It's actually been really helpful for me :)