Firstly, prioritizing tasks is an important step towards improving focus. A person can make a list then tackle the big jobs first and leave the small stuff for later, ABC News reported.
Secondly, a person should set aside specific periods of time to read e-mail, as they come in all day and night.
Thirdly, like emails, a person should set aside specific times to check and answer their voice mail messages.
Fourthly, a too-big task can be broken into smaller more manageable bits.
Fifthly, if a person habituates themselves to one place, their mind gets used to the area and they can rev it up to actually make themselves want to work.
Sixthly, a person should look for a quiet place to work.
Seventhly, people should set a timer to go off at certain intervals, as it can help bring a wandering mind back to the work that is at hand.
Eighthly, people should declutter their work space, as having a neat, clean work space can help improve organization and focus.
Ninthly, a person should plan their days, as people are more efficient and productive if they use a day planner or a personal digital assistant (PDA).
Tenthly, a person should take breaks where they can relax.
Next tip is that a person should take notes when they are in a meeting or while they are the phone, as that can help them remember items later.
Another tip is that a person should maintain a routine.
Lastly, a person suffering from ADHD should have people who are well organized.
--ANI (Posted on 22-06-2013)