Help designing a list

Consider the following SharePoint list.  [Linked Initiative] is a lookup column based on the [Initiative] column.

Initiative              Linked Initiative
----------              -----------------
Research schools        Buy a house
Plan a trip
Find a realtor          Buy a house
Purchase airfare        Plan a trip
Book a hotel            Plan a trip
Buy a house
Research neighborhoods  Buy a house
Find a rental car       Plan a trip

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Using a list view or data view web part (or anything else) I'd like to be able to display the output on a page like this:

Plan a trip
    Purchase airfare
    Book a hotel
    Find a rental car
Buy a house
    Research neighborhoods
    Research schools
    Find a realtor

Can I do this the way I have the list designed?  If so, what's the best way to proceed?

Thanks
greddinAsked:
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IsaacSharePoint Client Side DeveloperCommented:
What SharePoint version are you using?

You should be able to create a view and group by [Linked Initiative].
greddinAuthor Commented:
SharePoint 2013
IsaacSharePoint Client Side DeveloperCommented:
Are you trying to do something similar to this (right side of the page)?
http://www.isogunro.com/clientDemo/SitePages/ITAR.aspx

If so, follow these steps.
1) Go your list
2) In the List tab of the ribbon, click Create View in the View Format section
3)      Click Standard View.
4)      Name the view and customize as you see fit.  You can choose columns, sort selected columns, filter, etc.  Make sure in the "Group by" section, you choose the "Linked Initiative"
6.      Click Ok

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greddinAuthor Commented:
Thank you, I'll give that a try.
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