Setting Goals

Setting Goals by far has come the hardest for me. I had to rewire my brain to function differently. Out of that necessity, I learned what it takes to set attainable goals. Let me share my techniques and tricks, PS. They are ADHD-friendly.

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How A Little Progress Each Day Adds Up To Big Results!

How A Little Progress Each Day Adds Up To Big Results!

Five Steps to Get Shit Done A Little Bit At A Time
1.Write a list of the steps
2. Break that list into manageable steps
3. Begin with the most reasonable step.
4. Every time you complete a step, tell yourself, “I am capable of completing things, I am a task completer, and it feels good to be me.”
5. Revisit your to-do list every day.

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Lucia Stakkestad is an emotional regulation teacher with over a decade of experience in helping individuals gain insight into their feelings and learn methods to handle their emotions more effectively. Not only does she specialize in emotional regulation, but she also teaches evidence-based mindfulness practices that can help you reduce stress and anxiety, build healthier relationships and develop self-awareness. With her guidance, you will gain a better understanding of your mindset, emotions and mindfulness and learn how to make positive transformational changes in your life.

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