A little bit of delay getting started on a task can be normal, especially for neurodivergent people. But if you find yourself excessively stalling, it’s time for an intervention. Here are 3 proven strategies that can help you stop stalling and finally get started.
Structure is not the enemy of flow; it is the most essential element for creating flow. Here are 5 types of structure you need to create a flow state.
Choosing the right space for a task is a key factor in doing that task most efficiently. But the “space” isn’t only about the space.
You likely have something that you know you need to do, but you’re not doing it. The biggest barrier to taking action is not time, but a more foundational element.
Practice is overrated as a path to progress. Too much may even be detrimental. To improve, your practice needs parameters. In this essay, I share the top 3 parameters for progress.
When your mind starts racing with ideas, trying to capture them is often counter-productive. Here’s what to do instead.
The secret to boosting your productivity and “getting more done” is counterintuitive, but it works.