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Tame the Chaos with Productivity Rituals

"Most of the actions that result in an extraordinary life are small and easy." That's a quote from my friend, personal development guru Jonathan Butcher. And those small, easy things he’s referring to are just habits, routines and productivity rituals practiced over and over again. Yes, habits, routines and rituals are the
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Classic Energy Vampires

"Each morning I am aware that there is a finite amount of time and energy in this day."   - Oprah Winfrey Oprah knows about Energy Vampires. Imagine if you had more energy every day...What would you do with it? Start on that project you’ve been putting off? Finish that thing that you just haven’t
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5 Time-Wasters of Biblical Proportions

"One thing we ADHDers never have enough of is time. So if there’s one thing we should never be wasting...it’s...yep...TIME!"   - Alan Brown  I’m not one for brow-beating my fellow ADHD tribesters, but when it comes to time-wasting, I do get a little preachy. In fact, I was writing part of
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3 Ways to Grow Your Brain…By Moving Your Body?

Simple activities restore your gray matter...and more Most of us think about movement, exercise and fitness in terms of making our bodies healthier. But research also confirms that physical activity – not to mention regular workouts -- can grow your brain and have a dramatic impact on improving your mind and memory
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Win Your Battle of Activity vs Action

Don't "Just Do It" ... "Get 'er DONE"!  That's the Difference Between Activity vs Action. You’re busting your butt and working hard, yet too many long days end with a nagging feeling that you haven’t gotten much done -- at least not much that you (and your boss) deem really important. Despite
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Change Your Posture, Fire Up Your Brain

Sit up and take notice: Bad posture is bad for your ADHD brain! I’ve talked a lot about the brain-body connection as it relates to productivity, and a recent New York Times article highlights the effects poor posture can have on the body, such as back and neck pain, muscle fatigue,
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