You're busy enough as it is. But what happens when you're offered a new project, grand opportunity, great chance to show off? How do you know if you can afford to say... yes?
Getting all those tasks out of your head is great. But what happens next? Are you really ready to take on whatever the world throws at you?
Today on the show we’re talking all about the practice that comes with making change, and how you can turn that library of notes and resources into something you can manage — one new skill at a time.
We’ve seen a flood of comments about expectations over the last few weeks and they all seem to zero in to the same general area: the to-do list is out of hand. But it’s more complicated than just having too many things on your list.
You have a terrific list of tasks. But how do you decide what to work on first?
As some parts of the country are just cresting back-to-school season, most of us are languishing in the final days of a hot summer. If you’ve been industrious at all, the projects you really want to have taken on are likely done. But what about the last few undesirables? You know those projects that take the extra push because you don’t want to do them, the environment isn’t conducive to doing them, and you’re exhausted from all the other great stuff you’ve been doing — and living with ADHD makes tackling those projects so much harder!
This week on the show, we’ve got some ideas for getting out of the rut to get one last project wrapped before the summer ends.
Finally, we mentioned a project Pete recently completed about Rory, the young man facing a big transition as he graduates from middle school and moves to high school. We hope you'll take a few minutes to watch it.
We’re all about time today, and with good reason! Today’s the day we launch Organizing Time with ADHD, Nikki’s latest online course! We walk through the intention of the course today, and just a few of the ins and outs of what you can expect. Then we offer 10 time hacks you can implement right now that will help you get a handle on your time while living with ADHD!
Today’s show is all about priorities at work. It’s a question we see often in coaching and it’s made immeasurably more challenging thanks to the complex human organism that is “the office!” But you can tackle this challenge and make your life better in the process by developing three muscles: The Priority Muscle, The Focus Muscle, and The Distractions Muscle.
Today on the show we’re digging into just one aspect of the book Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less by Greg Mckeown: Priority. This is the act that puts constraints around our ADHD, allowing us to see the forest for the trees, but to exercise our focus on a tree, too. We talk about the power of focus and clarity, how living in accordance with a clear priority strategy can lead to greater productivity and balance, and how developing your ideal weekly schedule can help you truly visualize the hidden opportunities that exist in your own personal sea of time.
This week, we help identify the potential cause of your follow through problem, and give you four solutions to move you through the mire and find the light of accomplishment!
This week on the show, we offer strategies for dealing with the stress of over-commitment that brings liberation and hope, too!
If you tend toward ADHD, then you know how challenging it can be to keep yourself on task when important deadlines loom. Whether you’re struggling with time management or attention, having a clear understanding of how to prioritize work to be done can be crucial in helping you overcome barriers to getting things done. This week on the show, Nikki Kinzer and Pete Wright offer a framework for setting priorities that help you to better understand the impact of your work on yourself and others!
You know you have things to do. You may even have a gut feeling of when these things need to be completed. But if your list exists in your head and gut alone, you're likely going to end up tied in knots, unable to complete anything at the expense of the mess in your head. This week on the show, Nikki Kinzer and Pete Wright take on prioritization, particularly in the light of ADHD, and share tools for getting organized and staying on top of your to dos!
Getting organized is about more than just putting things in their place. It's about having a deep understanding of the things you do every day, how you do them, and the tools you need to get them done. This week on Taking Control, Nikki Kinzer and Pete Wright talk about the importance of starting with what matters most to you in every organizing project, with tips and tools you can put in to action today.
Making the time to get organized is making the difference between success and failure in your own organizing system. But it's not as easy as it sounds! This week on the show, Nikki Kinzer and Pete Wright talk about how you can make the time to get organized and put the systems in place to stay that way for good!