I do not put as much time into finding out the major attributes of this site in regards to finding "tips" or answers to resolving my major issue of just not being able to stick with a certain task (such as organizing paperwork/home files/"stuff"/family mementos, completing a final draft of my revocable living trust and other such things I need and want to do.
And even though I know how I need to focus on "smaller task" completion segments of 10-20 minutes, and stay on task for at least those few minutes - even if just a few times a day - I STILL get distracted by something that "takes me out" focus and concentration-wise.
I am fully aware that doing this more regularly will provide gratification which is self-reinforcing and will ultimately lead to getting a whole lot of piles and boxes of paperwork, books, personal stuff etc. organized well enough that maintaining my files and a generally orderly household order should be easy. It is easy for me to understand this cognitively, but I just can't seem to do it even though I am fully aware of what and how to do what I need to. Very frustrating.....and I have read posts of others who share similar stories. One post suggested joining a support group with others who have similar problems and hopefully learn some techniques and mobilize the necessary enthusiasm for reaching my goals through that.
How can a person find such a support group that meets once a week or so in a city of over 200,000 people?