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Do you ever make a perfectly good plan and then find yourself renegotiating the plan (with yourself) for no good reason?
Today, we’re talking about the ups & downs of deviating from your decisions. Sometimes, it’s a really smart move. Many times, it slows us down, saps us of valuable energy, adds to our decision fatigue, and wastes our time.
How can you tell whether it’s a good idea to reconsider your plans? And what can we do to make our lives easier where decision deviation is concerned? All that and more in this episode!
Oh also: we introduce a brand new concept this week that we’re calling “the front burner.” You’re probably already working with something similar in your own ADHD journey, but either way—you won’t want to miss our discussion of this useful tool!
Don’t forget: our Kickers Club is coming soon! You can get a head start by visiting KickSomeADHD.com/join today!
Keep learning about ADHD here:
- Episode 46: Dana Guards Her No
- ADHD Success – When Life Happens
- Solid ADHD Systems to Help Adult ADHD
- Check out the ADHD Success Club (Podcast listeners can save $10/month with code KICKSOMEADHD)