Linda Sapadin, Ph. D.


Time Management and Productivity for the Chronically Disorganized

1. How to get organized and stay organized, despite distractions and the urge to procrastinate 

2. How to set reasonable goals with time frames that you can meet 

3. How to prioritize your responsibilities, so what's most important gets done in a timely way

Professionals working with those affected by chronic disorganization are often frustrated because clients don't utilize the skills they are taught. I will teach ways to understand your clients' difficulties and help them create a distraction-free environment, verbalize thought processes, get organized and stay organized - despite the urge to procrastinate, set reasonable goals, track their time, use task apps and written reminders. 

Dr. Linda Sapadin is a psychologist who specializes in helping people overcome self-defeating patterns, especially procrastination and anxiety.  She was honored with “Fellow” status by the American Psychological Association, an indication that her work has had a national impact on the field of psychology. Dr. Sapadin is the author of six self-help books, including HOW TO BEAT PROCRASTINATION IN THE DIGITAL AGE: 6 Change Programs for 6 Personality Styles and MASTER YOUR FEARS: How to Triumph over Your Worries and Get on with Your Life. Her books have been published in the USA, Canada, Japan, Korea, and Australia. Her websites, and provide interesting and informative articles and quizzes for readers to pursue, Sapadin’s media exposure includes appearances on the Today Show, Good Morning America, National Public Radio and a host of other TV and radio programs.  Her work has been featured in hundreds of newspapers, magazines and other publications, including The New York Times, USA Today, The Washington Post, Psychology Today, Men’s Health and Dr. Sapadin is a warm, engaging speaker known for the richness and originality of her ideas. Her expertise has been utilized by business and educational organizations, including the Smithsonian Institution and the American Psychological Association.