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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Clutter, Email & Papers: How to deal with the backlog AND the current stuff [4 minute video]

How to deal with backlog of things (clutter) – things to do, email and papers … and also keep up with the current “stuff.” My organizer/coach skills will help you here, for the “how to” tips and also some good…

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Making Decisions – What to do with the Emotions [video] & a blog with more …

Making decisions is so hard when emotions get in the way – or if we ignore them. Here’s what to do and how to learn as you practice making more decisions. The blog I mentioned in the video with a…

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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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Why Is It SO Hard to Make Certain Phone Calls?

We all have those phone calls we procrastinate: it might be the doctor’s appointment your spouse suggested you make; or the 10 prospective client calls to make this week, your usual measurement of success; or it might be a call…

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ADHD Tax Prep Strategies

For people with ADD or ADHD, taxes and paperwork are the type of project that highlight what is difficult about having a brain difference like this. Taxes, paperwork, getting a meal ready, laundry, managing the day are all examples of…

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