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Don’t Be a Victim of Your To-Do List

Do it first thing in the morning! Do it for 30 days! Start small! Give yourself a cheat day!Those approaches work well for some people with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD or ADD), some of the time. They don’t work all the time for everyone.

The most important thing is to know yourself, and what works for you.One place where I’ve seen this play out? To-do lists. Over and over, I see the advice: “Write down your to-do list, set your priorities, work your way through the items, this is the way to get things done.” I’ve been talking to people about this advice, and I’ve discovered that to-do lists don’t work for many people.[How Seriously Do You Procrastinate? Take This Quiz To Find Out]And they often think, “Something’s wrong

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