When we speak of someone who is “organized”, we’re often describing that they exude an overall sense that they “have it together.” They’re on top of things.

Isn’t that the bigger picture kind of organization most of us want more of in our lives?

But many of us know all too well that it’s impossible to “have it together” if you can’t find where you put it! Physical organization is a really crucial part of that bigger picture kind of organization.  We need to have and maintain a sense of order and logic in our physical surroundings, in order to be able to function effectively and with less stress. Without physical organization, it’s virtually impossible to manage your time well, to be punctual, to be on top of what needs to be done and when. 

Learn 10 Simple Rules you can use today to get and stay organized in ways that work for you!

Originally from the 2015 Succeed with ADHD Telesummit, Lynne Edris joined Laurie Dupar in this archived training recording and updated companion worksheet, to help you

  • Learn the impact of disorganization on your life. (It’s more than just the obvious!)
  • Learn why those of us with ADHD so often struggle with organization
  • Learn the 10 Simple Rules for ADHD-Friendly Organization
  • Get practical, real-life strategies to get organized and STAY organized in ways that work for you, for good!

10 Rules for ADHD-Friendly

$ 19
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  • Course Downloadable Audio Files (MP3) so you can listen anywhere
  • Newly Updated Companion Workbook
  • Plus! The PDF Transcripts of the program