By Linda Walker Nothing’s more frustrating than to plan to complete a certain task only to discover you don’t “feel like it,” you’re “not in the mood,” or you’re blocked, “drawing a blank.” You’ve spent time you’ll never get back, and you have nothing to show for it. We hear adults with ADHD are poor …
Adults with ADHD often use procrastination intentionally or not to get certain things done. For weeks you try to coax yourself into completing a task you’ve committed to or have to do
In her article, How To Overcome Procrastination, Tai Goodwin of The Examiner mentions the biggest sources of procrastination as fear of success, fear of failure and fear of work. For ADHD adults and entrepreneurs I would also add a very important source of procrastination: Boredom!!!