Free Webinar Replay: How to Get More Done with a Lot Less Stress!
In this hour-long webinar-on-demand, learn how to increase productivity and lower stress with Susan Lasky, M.A., BCC, SCAC.
Do you spend more time worrying about tasks than actually doing them? Do your days slip away without meaningful accomplishment? Do you feel frustrated when a seemingly simple task takes hours or days to finish? You’re not alone.
Everyone occasionally gets stuck in a rut, but for people with ADHD, low productivity is a daily, intense struggle that corrodes self-esteem, relationships, finances, and work. Even relaxation is disturbed by nagging thoughts that we “should” be working on our tasks. To increase productivity, you need more than good intentions; you need these tools.
This webinar will explain:
- the two magic words for getting more done
- why motivation is not activation, and how to turn on your “get started” switch
- practical strategies to minimize overwhelm and maximize productivity
- the critical difference between a task and a project
- how changing sleep/wake cycles can super-charge your day
- why less is often more — think action list not to-do list
- the value of turning a need-to/have-to/must-do into a want-to
- the benefit of planning time vs. doing time
- how to eliminate time wasters: perfectionism, negative thinking, screens
Webinar replays include:
- Slides accompanying the webinar
- Related resources from ADDitude
- Free newsletter updates about ADHD
This ADHD Experts webinar was first broadcast live on January 4, 2018.
Meet the Expert Speaker:
Susan Lasky, M.A., is a senior certified ADHD coach (SCAC), board-certified productivity coach (BCC), professional organizer, certified student coach, holistic time mastery expert, Level II specialist in chronic disorganization, productive environment specialist, organizer-coach and Golden Circle member of NAPO, the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals. Since 1991 she has helped adults conquer overwhelm and get things done, using strategies that work with the way they think. Susan co-founded CHADD of NYC in 1989. As both an adult and parent of a now-grown child with ADHD, Susan understands the issues firsthand. She frequently speaks and writes on topics related to ADHD, productivity, organization, time management and work/life/self-care balance. She also runs an online action/accountability group, The TUIT Project, so you get “around to it” (overcomeoverwhelm.com). You can reach Susan at susanlasky.com.