That little voice in your head? The one telling you that you have no business doing what you’re doing? That’s the resistance. And you can tell it to shove off.
How can you tell the difference between a legitimate reason you’re not able to do something and an excuse that you’ve started telling to get yourself out of it? Strange as it may sound, we’ve gone to the Oxford English Dictionary for help and — spoiler — that just made things worse!
All-or-nothing thinking can invade your worldview and before long, you can get stuck there. Today on the show, we talk all about the trouble of all-or-nothing thinking, and give you five strategies for overcoming it and becoming more aware at the same time!
If you're struggling with ADHD, you're likely working hard on systems — processes and systems that help you stay on top of the complexities of life — and you trust those systems. But when those systems are stressed or compromised in any way, like so many dominoes, things start to fall apart. This week on the show, Nikki Kinzer and Pete Wright talk about how to face big change when you know that change is going to put your own trusted systems at risk.
Change is a central part of getting organized and living the organized lifestyle. This week, we talk about the discomfort that comes from things going right. Whether you feel like you must be forgetting something, or your home is suddenly functioning too well, the early stages of organization will likely strike you sideways. This week on the show, Nikki Kinzer and Pete Wright talk about the challenges that come from learning to trust your organizing systems and yourself, and shaking anxiety that's in the way of the new you!
This week on Taking Control, Nikki Kinzer and Pete Wright talk about the obstacles to repetitive tasks and how the ADD mind can muscle through with a few sound strategies.