Looking at that list, you can see several common elements: letters in alphabetical or keyboard order, numbers in numerical order. And let’s not forget the utter hubris of using “password” as your password. So first and foremost, any passwords you have that incorporate those strings should be changed immediately.
Another common flaw is illustrated by the tenth item on the list – “adobe123.” In November of 2013, Adobe announced that 152 million customer accounts had been compromised, and it’s statistically likely that a good number of the “adobe123” passwords came from that. Leave any identifiers for the application out of the password – i.e. keep the word “facebook” out of your Facebook password.