Top critical review
Reviewed in the United States on January 9, 2021
Make a plan, set phone reminders on phone, get family/friends involved, short goals and breaks and rewards. It's the same advice in all sections of the book with some client stories thrown in for specifics. (Just gave you half the book right there.) So.... not a good book for solutions. The book IS good for a general understanding of executive function skills and how they are often presented in reality, many times with a pairing of a positive trait. For example, if you are often late and have a hard time keeping track of time, you are more likely to be a flexible person and able to adapt to things. Someone who is always on time may be less flexible and less adaptable, in that one minor thing can ruin their entire day and the rest of their schedule.