Recommended Reading: Daily To Do Lists That Work for ADHD

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“The ADHD brain responds aggressively to stimulation. If it triggers our neurotransmitters, we will follow it — and often that means starting tasks but never finishing them, losing track of time, and working on what interests us — not what is most important. Use this daily to do list system (and lots of practice) to remedy these common challenges.

Many people with attention deficit disorder have a great deal of trouble managing time and staying on task to completion. I have recommended the following time-management and organization system with many adults with ADHD, and they’ve largely found it effective — some have even called it life-changing. This ADHD brain-oriented system is based on carrying a personal notebook, journal, or organizer with you at all times, and using four different types of lists — each one of which is described in detail below.”

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