Let’s say that you’ve been following along on this series of blogs on Procrastination. You’ve read that procrastination is a particular hazard for those of us who have ADHD because you need to have the right level of stimulation to pay attention to something… and it is hard to do a task if you can’t pay attention. The last blog covered how to increase stimulation levels so you can work on a particularly tough task. In this blog we’re talking about momentum and its role in overcoming procrastination.
Starting and switching tasks can be rough for those of us who have ADHD. If you have a hard time starting a task or switching to a task that you’ve been procrastinating on then it seems extra important to use momentum to your benefit when you do get on a roll. Read More