Overworked, Overwhelmed, Disorganized?
Then You’ve Come to the Right Place!
Hi, I’m Susan Lasky, and I am so glad you found me.
Let me help you to be more productive and less stressed. You can stop the struggle, get out of your own way and get things done, and I’ll show you how.
Learn practical strategies that work with the way YOU think. This is especially critical if you have ADD/ADHD, or are a lot better at coming up with ideas than you are at getting them accomplished!
Discover new ways to self-motivate and take control of your time, priorities, paperwork, projects, attitude, space and stuff. Together, we’ll explore how to best clarify and accomplish goals, reduce stress, renew energy and transform the way you think, work and live!
Why me? I totally understand your struggles and, with more than 25 years as a productivity coach, professional organizer and master ADHD strategist, I can help you succeed.
*ADD & ADHD both refer to Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder; EFD refers to Executive Function Disorder, or challenges with EF.
Personal Productivity Coaching and Consulting
- Time and Project Management
- Setting Goals and Priorities
- Self-Care and Work/Life Balance
- Career Development
Workplace Systems and Organization
- Office Organization
- Systems and Procedures
- File Management – Both Paper & Electronic
- Managing Information
- Expediting Workflow
Highlights From The Blog
SUMMARY: There is a delicate balance between taking care of yourself and the giving of self that is integral to any real relationship with another person. Whether it is your partner, family of origin, friends, co-workers or children, relationships require certain...
This was a question I was recently asked on Quora, but it’s one that comes up almost daily during coaching sessions with my clients. So, here's an enhanced version of my response. While geared towards entrepreneurs (with or without ADHD), it also applies to...
There is no easy answer to this question, for many reasons. ADHD (Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, also known as ADD) is ona continuum, meaning it can be mild, moderate or severe. The less extreme the symptoms, the easier it is to compensate, making it...