Webinar Recording: The Art and Practice of Prioritizing

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Prioritizing isn’t about finding the perfect tool or strategy to help you get your life in order. It’s about finding a good enough approach, and it’s about developing a habit. Let’s talk about the basics of prioritizing in several ways that you probably never thought about before. We are going to look at some creative tools for managing both big picture and up close “to do’s”. Most important of all, I’d like to share some approaches to the art and practice of prioritizing, given the way your ADHD brain works best.

You will:

  • Discover innovative tools, apps, and strategies.
  • Learn to match your brain preference to the task
  • Understand the importance of big picture goals and desires to prioritizing

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Prioritizing isn’t about finding the perfect tool or strategy to help you get your life in order. It’s about finding a good enough approach, and it’s about developing a habit. Let’s talk about the basics of prioritizing in several ways that you probably never thought about before. We are going to look at some creative tools for managing both big picture and up close “to do’s”. Most important of all, I’d like to share some approaches to the art and practice of prioritizing, given the way your ADHD brain works best.

You will:

  • Discover innovative tools, apps, and strategies.
  • Learn to match your brain preference to the task
  • Understand the importance of big picture goals and desires to prioritizing

Presenter Biography:

In 1994, Linda began her organizing business, Getting Clear. She soon found herself learning everything she could about ADD and training to become a coach. Today, a master certified coach, and leader in the field of ADHD coaching, she works with both adults and students. Linda served on the Attention Deficit Disorder Association board for over twelve years, as president of ADDA from 2006 to 2008, and helped co-found what is, today, the Philadelphia Chapter of NAPO. In 1996, she introduced “The Body Double,” concept and its use in getting things done. Her free booklet, “A Guide For Understanding Adult ADD/ADHD,” is available on www.gettingclear.com.

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