Get Things Done in 7 Steps
Do you find it hard to get started what you need to do, not to mention complete it?
Completing a big project is difficult even for a neurotypical brain. Imagine you are jogging up a hill. You have to push your body hard to get to the top. If you have a brain-based condition such as ADHD, it is like going up the hill with 50 lbs. Weight on your back.
Why is it extra challenging to start a project or change a habit for people with ADHD? Because these activities require Executive Functions in our brain. Dr. Thomas Brown, a leading expert in assessment and treatment of ADHD, says that there are six aspects of executive functions: Activation, Focus, Effort, Emotions, Memory, and Action. If you have ADHD, you have challenges in a few or all of these aspects of executive functions.
It does not mean that you can't complete a project ever or make any changes in your life. The 7 Steps to Spark Action for ADHD Brain is a tool to help you go through a process from getting started and completing it while learning more about how your brain works.
The 7 Steps to Spark Action for ADHD Brain will help you:
Get started, sustain your effort, and complete a project
Learn critical skills and steps to get your project done
Discover your strengths, tendency, and missing productivity skills
Clarify your goals
Address how to increase your motivation and energy
Practice techniques to improve your attention and focus
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