Category Archives: ADHD and work

Ways Setting a Timer Can Increase Your Productivity

You begin a task or a project and then you get distracted or interrupted. Before you know it, you are doing something completely different but the task you intended to do.   With so many tempting distractions, how can you actually concentrate on your task for more than a few minutes?  One of the best ways…
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Doing the Tasks You Hate, Even When You Don’t Want To

Whether it is cleaning, doing laundry or filing paperwork, ADDers tend to avoid these tasks because we don’t like doing them.   When ADDers don’t like to do something we don’t like doing, we are more likely to procrastinate.   Sometime we just need to take that first baby step and do things that you hate.  Here…
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Finish What You Start: 4 Tips To See A Project/Task Through

Do you have a file of unfinished projects/tasks? You know the half baked ideas, the projects/tasks that have never left the work in progress stage. If so, keep on reading, the following tips are to help you see things through and to ensure that you finish the projects that you start. Got a Bright Idea,…
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5 Easy Steps for an ADHD-Friendly Filing System

I don’t know many women with ADHD who like to file, especially when there is so much to do, and how to file is something I get asked often by my coaching clients, so I thought I would write a blog post about it as a way that I find the least amount of time…
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