We all know how to set priorities, right? It’s easy! … just make a quick survey of choices, weigh those choices against any number of constraints around time, availability, money, health, and more, then rank order! Easy! Living with ADHD, as it turns out, prioritizing is not so easy. The higher noise in the ADHD brain distracts from being able to see the signals clearly enough to discern factors required to apply priority to tasks. This can increase anxiety and stress and as a result, everything appears equally urgent — an insurmountable mountain to have to climb. In this webinar, Nikki Kinzer and Pete Wright will talk about the practical realities of cutting through the noise to re-engage “fact and truth” and help those staring at the mountain of work in fear to see it instead as a hill worth climbing.
- Learn the role of triage when prioritizing under stress
- Learn the “Three Questions” that can help you become an expert prioritizing-setter
- Overcome fear by thinking of time as a budget and putting future time to work
Who: Nikki Kinzer, PCC & Pete Wright
Nikki Kinzer is a Certified ADHD Coach who works with Adults and College Students with ADHD. Her passion is to partner with individuals to help them build positive life habits, reduce stress, and inspire them to take back control of their lives. Through coaching and and online training, she has built a growing and evolving ecosystem of ADHD and organizing tools.
Pete Wright is a podcaster, photographer, and writer. He was diagnosed with ADHD as an adult and has been working for more than a decade to build the systems that best support his work as a freelancer. Together, Nikki and Pete co-host the long-running podcast Taking Control: The ADHD Podcast, where you can find support, tools, and community to help you take control of your ADHD.