We’ll cover the difference between procrastination and mental paralysis, and the many forms of paralysis common to ADHD adults As you enter a new kind of self-awareness, you’ll learn to identify exactly what’s stopping you each time you aren’t able to get started on a task or project, and to determine your own pattern of roadblocks.
You’ll become proficient at using a simple technique to uncover the root cause of the problem, so that you can apply the right strategies and get the most impact in many areas of your life.
As a result, going forward you’ll have the tools to create strategic daily Intentions for productivity that are likely to succeed.
In this module, you’ll learn the role that focus plays in your ability to get motivated to start a task, and the reason you’ve had difficulty starting in areas where procrastinating was sabotaging your own interests. You’ll learn techniques for fooling your brain into providing hits of dopamine and adrenaline to get you going on boring tasks.
Most importantly, you’ll create deliberate rituals in a way that is most likely to form automatic habits, so that motivation need not be a factor in performing the necessary basic tasks of daily life.
You’ll gain insight into what triggers your sense of overwhelm each time you feel it, and understand which type of overwhelm trigger you’re most susceptible to. You’ll learn strategies for breaking through your own overwhelmed paralysis based on an understanding of what caused it.
By identifying your strong and weak modalities, you’ll see which ways of taking in information may set off a sense of overwhelm, and what you can do to avoid that.
You’ll start to develop a real awareness of when you’re creating overwhelm by over-committing yourself, and how to break out of the “magical thinking” about time that is so often a challenge for people with ADHD.
You’ll no longer be automatically paralyzed when faced with large or complex projects, as you learn how to break down a complex task into a series of short, actionable steps. We’ll cover ways to categorize groups of tasks or steps into buckets for more efficient processing, using examples you can relate to in your own life.
You’ll learn how the mind mapping technique can be a boon to helping you plan out anything, from work, study, life events or even a difficult conversation. As a bonus, you’ll see how mind-mapping gives you a fast, efficient approach to writing anything from an important email to a complex report.
You’ll end paralysis caused by the ambiguity of having any unknown factors that stop you from starting your project. Whether it’s unclear direction, unanswered questions, or you’re not sure of what step to take, you’ll learn techniques to confidently move forward.
You’ll learn a clear process for making decisions with confidence. Using at tool that identifies and compares facts, as well as taking your own feelings into account, making a decision need no longer feel like entering a pit of uncertainty.
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