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Here's a trick I've been using recently: employ the method of loci (also known as a "mind palace") while you're reading. Think of some room, building or city, you know well, and commit to placing things you encounter in your daily life somewhere in this space. This is a basic memory technique. You can follow the link to learn more. When you're reading, ...
I think the kanban method can help you. Like you, I have so many things in mind I want to start. I am visual, so I used something I can see. I use Evernote. I use my cork board. How? I write everything I needed to do and place them on my to-do list. It will always be there. I will not missed them. I do not have to think about them again and again. ...
@OmegaSQU4RED... What a great job you have done in identifying your challenges that you have experienced so far in your life and academic career. If you can translate these challenges into a "need statements" then it will be easier to focus on finding solutions to help overcome your challenges. I think the most important thing is to consider all of your ...
You may want to check out Mindfulness training. There's an emerging body of autism and mindfulness research you can look into. Some research claims Mindfulness seems to be an effective intervention reducing symptoms of depression, anxiety and distress in high functioning adults with autism.
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