The Keys to Time-Management (Part 4): Tasks & To-Dos
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The Keys to Time-Management (Part 4): Tasks & To-Dos

In part 4 of the Keys to Time Management series, we’re going to start to look at what is probably the most complex of all the elements of time management to set up and customize. Solid Time Management largely depends on effectively managing your tasks and to-dos, and executing them. No matter how solidly your…

Getting the Right Things Done! Even with ADHD
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Getting the Right Things Done! Even with ADHD

If you’re like me, you’ve struggled with Getting the Right Things Done without killing yourself. I’ve always marveled at those people who are like natural Time Management ninjas. They seem to have been born knowing how to arrive on time, stay focused, stay organized, accomplish what they intend, and manage life like the confident captain…

Why you should STOP listening to all that Expert Productivity advice!
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Why you should STOP listening to all that Expert Productivity advice!

Have you ever felt confused by conflicting advice from productivity experts? I read one article that talks about how Richard Branson recommends getting up at 5:00 AM to exercise and organize the day, and another that said Apple’s Tim Cook proudly claims that he gets up at 3:45 AM to get on top of his email. (Yikes! I…

Is it ADHD Procrastination, or Paralysis by Perfectionism?
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Is it ADHD Procrastination, or Paralysis by Perfectionism?

I often remind my clients that, to fix what’s not working, the solution MUST fit the actual problem! I know that sounds obvious, but hang in there with me as I explain… The cycle of procrastination, overwhelm, shame and stress is an all-too-common part of life for many of us with ADHD. But, too often,…

Productivity is a Gateway, Not a Goal!
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Productivity is a Gateway, Not a Goal!

So many of us spend a lot of energy and angst lamenting over what we don’t get done.  We compare ourselves to others who seem to accomplish things with such ease, and we rarely measure up. We feel guilt and shame and stress over our struggle to keep up and follow-through, and we’re always trying…

The Key to Follow-Through with ADHD: Intention vs. Attention
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The Key to Follow-Through with ADHD: Intention vs. Attention

It’s a story I hear every single day, and it’s a story I could have written! It’s the story I used to live myself, day in and day out. My clients come to me looking to improve their performance and their productivity. I often hear them say that they are. . . Lazy Undisciplined Unmotivated…