motivation and momentum

Motivation vs. Momentum

Forget motivation. Think “momentum.” I’ve borrowed this phrase from my work with clients who have ADHD, a brain based condition, because it can work for a lot of us these days, ADHD or not. Motivation comes from us internally. That…

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Appreciation and Limits for These Times

Assume that our physical distancing and staying or working at home could continue for awhile. I wanted to share some appreciation ideas and also limits to protect your psyche and your time. You might think of our situation in this…

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your day back on track

Plan Your Day the Night Before: Why and How

In my last blog about getting your days back on track, I shared a solution which works for many people. That’s unusual in my world, because so much of organization and productivity is about strategies and systems which are tuned…

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Email Overload at Home

Email overload. How can we realistically save, remember, feel like we get meaning from, and not delete what we know we’ll want to find again someday. And THEN, that spicket or fountain opens up again tomorrow and there’s MORE flowing…

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list-smartphone

4 Memory Supports to Use When You’re Overwhelmed

No matter how organized you might usually be, memory supports are necessary when we are overwhelmed with life, if we’re on anxiety overdrive, certainly with ADHD or if we are in the midst of  life changes.  Memory support will calm…

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prioritize the tasks

Prioritize Your Work: Why is it so difficult? A List of Solutions.

It’s sounds like a simple, analytical sort of exercise, yet it is a challenge for many people. And not for the reasons you’re probably thinking. I’ve got for you today [Oh, that just sounded like the chefs on  Chops!] …….

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