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Keath Low

Ready, Set...Go!

By January 31, 2008

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Why is it often so hard to get things started? Tasks that need to get done can seem so overwhelming -- the pile of laundry, the dusting and mopping, the cabinet reorganizing. It often feels easier to do nothing. The only problem is that eventually these tasks must get done. As more and more of these uncompleted jobs add up, tackling any of them seems to be an impossible chore.
    Dr. Ned Hallowell, psychiatrist and founder of the Hallowell Center for Cognitive and Emotional Health and co-author of the best seller, "Driven to Distraction," provides tips to help you get you get started and get those tasks completed.
      Click on Ready, Set...Go! to read the complete article.
        What's your least favorite, most neglected chore? What strategies have you found most useful for getting this chore done?
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