Effective executives know that not "everything" is essential; you can choose which tasks get your time and attention and which ones need a different approach.
Multi-tasking from a work perspective is not chewing gum while walking. But instead, it is akin to driving in traffic while making an exquisite Soufflé, where you will mess up one or both tasks. Hence the need for single-tasking.
You have to work with your ideal schedule and not against it to become more productive. The idea is to have a strategy to tackle hurdles that might come your way just because your rhythm doesn't fit with the 9-5 schedule.
It doesn't take a lot to realize that without a clear-cut plan or strategy, your productivity is bound to drop like a stone. So how can you remedy that?
While there are a lot of digital tools like Routine out there that can help those with ADHD get better organized and productive, there is still value in having a paper-based planner right in front of you to keep you on track.
Getting organized and cleaning up your act is doable even with ADHD. The trick is to find ideas or systems that works for you, and in this post, we will explore just that.
Since the beginning of the year, we've been working on bringing the ease and flexibility of our desktop app to our iOS app. And in this release, we've packed some exciting and popular features that take us one step closer to that goal.
In our latest release (0.8) we have extended Routine's reach with Windows & M1 Processor versions. Additionally, we have also added some of the most requested features that include, multi-accounts, Zapier workflows, etc.
Boredom is something that many with ADHD do not enjoy, and they would often go to great lengths to avoid it. While boredom is inevitable for most of us, it is something that can be handled, managed, and even avoided most times.
Motivation is a limited resource, and staying motivated is hard enough but doing that with ADHD is a different ball game altogether. Motivation can affect many things in our lives, including how well we do at work, plan our day, maintain our relationships, hobbies, etc. Multiple research papers suggest that those of us with ADHD have lower dopamine levels, inherently changing how we view motivation. So in this post, we will look at common ways people with ADHD can stay motivated and get things done.