Have you thought, or been told that because of your ADHD you can’t be organized? Do you walk into a room to organize and find yourself paralyzed and overwhelmed?
Have you found yourself spending time and money on organizing solutions that don’t work? Do you feel like you put in the effort to be organized but never make any progress? Or maybe you know exactly what you want to do, and yet for some reason, you can’t get started?
If you have ADHD and you’ve been struggling with organization, it doesn’t mean there is something wrong with you. It means it is time to start working with your brain instead of against it. In this webinar, Lisa will help you determine which of the executive functions are holding you back from living the organized life you crave and solutions to achieve that organization.
Hope is here! Lisa believes organization is a skill you can learn!
- How your ADHD mind works in relation to organization.
- How to plan, organize and complete tasks.
- Which executive functions affect your ability to get organized.
Who: : Lisa Woodruff
Lisa Woodruff is the founder and CEO of Organize 365®, a company that helps women take back their homes and paper in one year with functional organizing systems that work.As the Amazon bestselling author of two books, The Mindset of Organization, Take Back Your House One Phase at a Time and How ADHD Affects Home Organization, Lisa shares her belief that organization is a learnable skill. Lisa’s top-rated podcast, Organize 365®, reaches thousands of people each week with Lisa’s passion for functional organizing combined with her encouragement and humor and helped thousands of women reclaim their homes and finally get organized once and for all.