Free Webinar Replay: How to Get More Done with a Lot Less Stress!

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Do you spend more time being worried about tasks than in reality doing them? Do your days slip away without meaningful accomplishment? Do you feel pissed off when a seemingly simple activity takes hours or days to end? You’re no longer on my own.

Everyone occasionally will get stuck in a rut, however for other folks with ADHD, low productivity is a day-to-day, intense struggle that corrodes self-esteem, relationships, finances, and work. Even leisure is disturbed by nagging ideas that we “should” be running on our tasks. To build up productiveness, you wish to have more than good intentions; you want these tools.

This webinar will give an explanation for:

  1. the 2 magic phrases for purchasing more done
  2. why motivation isn't activation, and how to turn on your “get began” transfer
  3. sensible strategies to decrease overwhelm and maximize productiveness
  4. the critical distinction between a activity and a undertaking
  5. how converting sleep/wake cycles can super-charge your day
  6. why less is regularly more — think motion record no longer to-do record
  7. the price of turning a need-to/have-to/must-do into a want-to
  8. the benefit of planning time vs. doing time
  9. how to get rid of time wasters: perfectionism, negative thinking, monitors

Webinar replays come with:

  • Slides accompanying the webinar
  • Related assets from ADDitude
  • Free newsletter updates about ADHD

This ADHD Experts webinar was once first broadcast live to tell the tale January 4, 2018.


Meet the Expert Speaker:

Susan Lasky, M.A., is a senior licensed ADHD coach (SCAC), board-certified productivity trainer (BCC), skilled organizer, certified pupil trainer, holistic time mastery expert, Level II specialist in chronic disorganization, productive atmosphere specialist, organizer-coach and Golden Circle member of NAPO, the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals. Since 1991 she has helped adults overcome weigh down and get issues done, the use of methods that work with the way in which they think. Susan co-founded CHADD of NYC in 1989. As each an grownup and mother or father of a now-grown child with ADHD, Susan understands the problems firsthand. She continuously speaks and writes on subjects related to ADHD, productiveness, group, time control and paintings/lifestyles/self-care steadiness. She additionally runs an online motion/accountability group, The TUIT Project,  so you get “around to it”  (overcomeoverwhelm.com). You can reach Susan at susanlasky.com.

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