Today’s episode is a recording from last fall about time management from a neurodivergent perspective. We are joined on the guest call by Emily Roach-Griffin, who is ADHD and gifted, and her insights resonate soundly with many of us. She is a business coach and speaker at BizBFF who loves helping business owners and those with an entrepreneurial spirit to build businesses and lives they love. Join us to hear Emily’s nuggets of wisdom about practical time management strategies!
- Journaling prompts about what’s most difficult about time management
- Why time management should be thought of as “task management”
- Why we need to unravel and untether ourselves from much of our traditional thinking about productivity and self-worth
- The importance of a toolbox of strategies, realizing that different tools may be effective on different days:
- Tools to help with “time blindness” and time awareness, like a timer and to-do list
- Tools to help with being on time, like an app
- Tools to help with tasks, like breaking large tasks into “baby tasks”
- Tools to help prioritize tasks, like containers
- How Emily has “game-ified” her household tasks to change her perspective
- Why time management is NOT about getting more done in less time
- How to use a check-in system with your energy level to determine what is possible
- Why avoiding certain tasks might be our attempts to conceal our pain
Connect with Emily: Biz BFF and Facebook
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