Free Resource: Finish Your To-Do List TODAY
Simple straightforward “get it done” strategies to stop procrastinating and hiding from the big items on your to-do list.
Procrastination, as we know, means willingly putting something off until tomorrow that can be done today — sometimes against our better judgment. Psychosocial researchers call procrastination “preference reversal.” We choose to do the thing we would rather do.
No matter what it’s called, it’s part of the ADHD experience. That doesn’t mean you should beat yourself up every time you do it. The ability to focus — and stay focused — can’t be turned on like a light switch. But procrastination can be frustrating, especially if you feel like you’re letting down those around you or not living up to your expectations. Procrastination can lead to struggles at work, fights with a partner, and lowered self-esteem as people with ADHD struggle to understand why they can’t do simple tasks without a fight.
Here, learn how to get that procrastination monkey off your back, and those chores off your to-do list.
NOTE: This resource is for personal use only.