Making decisions literally fatigues your brain. Habits make our lives easier, saving time and mental energy. Here's how to develop a habit fast.
Tips for getting on top - and staying on top - of your email.
When we see regional variability in the prevalence of ADHD, how do we make sense of that?
Maximizing structure helps limit the frustration and disorganization of ADHD. And a "launching pad" is an easy way to add structure at home. Establish one in your "pad" today!
Avoid "attention residue" by laser-focusing on just one thing for 25 minutes. That's the challenge and promise of the Pomodoro Technique. In this podcast, we tweak the Pomodoro technique with "this one weird trick" involving Pandora internet radio. Check it out.
My kid can’t possibly have ADHD because he can play video games for 3 hours straight right? That’s the focus of this podcast, looking for the exceptions. "I'm always late for meetings!" But when are you NOT late? And what can we learn about these exceptions?
What small steps can you make in 2015 to improve your health and relationships? What would 1 "just noticeable difference" look like?
What might you learn from collecting data about how you're actually spending your time?
How to extend yourself into your client's or loved one's life to provide support at "points of performance" - using this cool gmail extension.
Not sure whether you're ready to take on nutrition and sleep and exercise all at once? Good news: Jump in anywhere you can, because change in any area supports all the others!
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