LinkList: Organization & Task Completion Articles


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From the Brain-Transplant Series

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from THE ADD Poster Girl: Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, CTP, CMC, MCC, SCAC

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The Organization & Task Completion Articles
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  1. ADD and Organized?
  2. Investigating the Link between Organization & Task Completion
  3. Why Tips and Tricks Fail
  4. Ten ADD Organizing Principles
  5. Naming the Game
  6. Everything I know about Systems I learned from Christopher Lowell
  7. Keeping up with the Treadmill Tasks
  8. Predict it to Police It, Police it to PLAN it
  9. Plowing through the Paper Piles
  10. S.M.A.R.T. Goals and more
  11. The Procrastination Puzzle & the ADD Brain-style
  12. The Link between Procrastination & Task Anxiety
  13. Task Anxiety Awareness
  14. Sherlocking Task Anxiety
  15. Priorities-101:Yes means No
  16. Procrastination: Activation vs. Motivation
  17. Repair Deficit
  18. The Top Ten Reasons to Reframe Procrastination
    (followed by LinkList to Procrastination Series)
  19. TaskMaster – Getting Things DONE!
  20. Getting Things Done 101 (Part 1)
  21. Mapping your Universe (Getting Things Done-101, Part 2)
  22. Ordering your Deck (Getting Things Done-101, Part 3)
  23. TIME Mapping your Universe (Getting Things Done-101 Finale-Part 1)
  24. TimeKiss™ – Tips for Time Mapping (Getting Things Done FINALE-Part 2)
  25. Stuff and Nonsense (Part 1: ABOUT clutter & organization)
  26. OHIO – OMG!
  27. Domino Problems
  28. Changing the Frame Changes the View
  29. Yes AND vs. Yes but: Mental Space in which to Work
  30. Habits, Decisions and Attention
  31. Brain-based Habit Formation
  32. Changing a habit to change your LIFE
  33. Top Ten Tips to Combat “Laziness”
  34. “Laziness” Vaccinations
  35. Lead us Not into Temptation
  36. Supercharge To-Do List Functionality
  37. ABOUT Activation
  38. The Virtues of Lowering your Standards
  39. Getting to “Good ENOUGH”
  40. Reframing Task-Completion
  41. Starting early – making it easier to decide & do
  42. The Backwards To-Do List
  43. When You’re Not Fond of Worms (and don’t eat frogs)
  44. Juggling Invisible Balls
  45. Trouble with Transitions
  46. ABOUT Processing Speed
  47. Processing Efficiency is all about Juggling
  48. Processing slower or more to think about?
  49. Coaching Organizational Skills To ADD/ADHD Children

and SO much MORE — coming soon to a blogsite near you!

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