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  1. Organization: The ability to create and maintain systems for keeping track of information, materials, and tasks.

  2. Time management: The ability to plan and prioritize tasks, estimate how long they will take, and allocate time accordingly.

  3. Task initiation: The ability to start tasks in a timely manner and overcome procrastination.

  4. Focus and attention: The ability to sustain attention on a task or activity, ignore distractions, and shift focus when necessary.

  5. Working memory: The ability to hold and manipulate information in mind while performing tasks, such as following multi-step directions or solving problems.

  6. Self-monitoring: The ability to reflect on one’s own performance, recognize errors, and make adjustments as needed.

  7. Emotional regulation: The ability to manage and regulate emotions in order to stay focused and engaged in tasks.

  8. Flexibility and adaptability: The ability to adjust to changes in plans or circumstances, problem-solve, and think creatively.

  9. Goal setting and planning: The ability to set realistic goals, break them down into smaller steps, and create a plan to achieve them.

  10. Decision-making: The ability to gather information, weigh options, consider consequences, and make informed choices.

  11. Self-reflection and self-awareness: The ability to recognize one’s own strengths and weaknesses, set realistic expectations, and seek help or support when needed.

  12. Task completion: The ability to follow through on tasks and projects until they are finished, including managing time, resources, and potential obstacles.

  13. Self-control and impulse control: The ability to resist immediate impulses or distractions and stay focused on long-term goals.

  14. Problem-solving: The ability to identify problems, analyze possible solutions, and implement effective strategies to solve them.

  15. Metacognition: The ability to think about and reflect on one’s own thinking processes, including planning, monitoring, and evaluating performance.