by Richard Yesterday, I started talking about a three-step system to get ADD adults organized. The system came from Judith Kolberg, co-author of ADD-Friendly Ways to Organize Your Life and other books on organization. She lives in Atlanta. In part 1, I said the first step in getting organized was to create a master to-do list. So [...]Share on Facebook
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by Richard Getting organized should be something that’s relatively easy to do. Then we’d all do it and we’d all be organized and the world would be a far less chaotic place in which to live. Unfortunately, for a lot of us, getting organized can be tough. Especially when we’ve got getting organized on the [...]Share on Facebook
by Richard We like to think of ourselves as being beings of free will. We decide what we’ll do, when we’ll do it and why we’ll do it. Sounds good so far, yeah? Okay, sure, there are those who argue for the importance of what was done to you in the past, or what your [...]Share on Facebook