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“How I Learned to Stop Procrastinating — and Start Getting Things Done”

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now, not later, even if it means forcing myself to do the dreaded task.How often do we procrastinate and say, “I’ll do it later,” when we really have time to do it now?Many people with ADHD don’t know how to stop procrastinating.

We find it challenging to complete numerous mundane and monotonous tasks, such as folding laundry, matching socks, paying bills, filing papers, opening mail, and so on.

It’s easy to convince ourselves to tackle them at another time.[Self-Test: How Seriously Do You Procrastinate?]We may say, “I’ll do it later,” when we don’t want to do something at that moment — but we don’t want to do it later, either.

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