Three daily tasks for ADHD

Simplify priorities

Here is a simple alternative to all that, no diary, no to-do list – just try these three tasks to remember. If you are like me, you may like this simple alternative. Try adding this technique  to an existing morning routine, as you drink your morning coffee or as start your commute to work. Think of three tasks for the day – one for you, one for “the man” and one for your future, each task needs to be achievable in the day, so break them down if you need to. In other words, complete a task:
  • that needs doing e.g. pay a gas bill or book your car in for a service
  • to move towards your goals e.g. plan a holiday or check new career prospects
  • for you, a reward: e.g. call a friend or see a movie
Check out the SimplyWellbeing gadgets page for tools that may help you achieve your tasks.
ADHD Coach, Andrew Lewis

Andrew Lewis

Andrew Lewis is an ADHD Coach, writer and founder of SimplyWellbeing. He has over 15,000 hours and 18 years of experience in coaching over 500 ADHD executives, ADHD business professionals and ADHD creatives. Andrew ran a major ADHD support group and an ADHD diagnostic clinic for a while. He is an ADHD specialist backed with business expertise from a twenty years career in software, from roles in programming, through marketing, sales and to running a few software start-ups. His ADHD insight is personal, with decades understanding his own ADHD experience and in bringing up his ADHD daughter. He has published his writing primarily via this website, with interactive ADHD courses in development.


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