"The Worst Thing You Can Do Is Nothing."

Some of us procrastinate because we work best under pressure. Others because we're too overwhelmed or don't know where to begin. Whatever the reason, procrastination is a stress-inducing habit that can (and should) be broken using these ADHD-friendly strategies.

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4. Just Do It

Just starting a task — even if it’s begun poorly — makes it easier to follow through. Next time you find yourself avoiding something, take a “first sloppy step.”

If you need to write something, for example, start by typing random letters on the page. It is gibberish, but at least you will no longer be looking at a blank page.

Tip #5: Take One Step at a Time

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TAGS: Deadlines and Procrastination, Organization Tips for ADD Adults, ADHD Time Management

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