Why It’s So Hard to Get Started on a Big Project or Idea

How to Start Your Big Project

Know the Barriers to Get Started on a Big Project, and You Can Start to Break them Down So, you’ve had this Big Idea for a while and you still find it brilliant every time you think about it. Or you’ve been assigned a major project and you’re stoked about it cuz it could yield … Read more

Top 3 Procrastination Brain Hacks from 3 Top Experts

Procrastination. We all know how much we ADHDers are doing it… …and we all know the costs, the aggravations of procrastination. (Someone might be yelling at you right now cuz something hasn’t gotten done yet! Or maybe that unpaid parking ticket is just a few days from morphing into a brief jail term!) So I’ll … Read more

One Weird Trick to Stop Procrastinating

This Simple Brain Hack Frees You to Stop Procrastinating and Get Stuff DONE.   You’ve seen those online ads: “One weird trick to lose 20lbs!” “Try this weird trick for 6-pack abs!” Total BS, no doubt. But there is a no-doubt, no-BS trick for busting out of procrastination prison. And it works for even the … Read more

ADHD Negative Self-Talk: Extreme Edition!

I’m a loser. A failure. A… FRAUD. Some of the most brilliant and successful people in the world think they’re a fraud. Some 40% of successful people, by one estimate. Probably higher for our particular tribe – however we measure our success. Recently read a New York Times story about Amy Cuddy, the Harvard researcher … Read more

Death to Procrastination, Part 3: Get the Drudgery DONE

Everybody procrastinates. But as you probably know, we ADHDers procrastinate significantly more and with uglier consequences. The good news is, most of our procrastination is caused by mental barriers built on the ILLUSION that we can’t or don’t know how to do the tough stuff. There are three main barriers: In an earlier guest blog … Read more

Death to Procrastination: Crush this ADHD Barrier to Action

Everybody procrastinates. But we ADDers procrastinate significantly more and with uglier consequences, because we procrastinate most on the tough tasks — and the tough tasks tend to be what we most need to be doing. The good news is, most procrastination is due to mental barriers built on the ILLUSION that we can’t or don’t … Read more