Sorry for the trees, but I might print it out on paper. It then becomes a very inviting physical reminder, as well as being easier (for me) to study and annotate than something on the computer screen. You see it on your desk or wherever and just start reading -- no having to type in the name of a document on the computer and wait for it to load.
Would it make sense to put it on more than one context?
Does reading and extracting the relevant points take longer than 2 minutes? Does it take a lot longer than the time it takes to post this question on this forum?
Imagine encountering the action on your list in each of those contexts. (Imagine them one at a time.) Which one feels most satisfying? In which one would you be most inclined to actually do it?
Which of those contexts are you likely to spend the most time in over the next few days?
You might also consider scheduling it to a specific time or to an approximate time e.g. "sometime Tuesday morning".
You see it on your desk or wherever and just start reading -- no having to type in the name of a document on the computer and wait for it to load.