Rick Green, creator of the TotallyADD.com Website and of several documentaries, including the notable, ADD and Loving It, talks about his struggles with inattention, how it affected his productivity, how he improved his ability to focus, and a surprising outcome. Interview with Rick Green on the Focus to Freedom Blueprint Mastery program from Linda Walker …
productivity and adhd
Adults with ADHD often admit to feeling shame because they struggle with keeping their commitments. When you’ve done your best and still failed, I propose instead…
I’m excited to announce a new group coaching program of The Maximum Productivity Makeover for Inattentive and for Overwhelmed Adults with ADHD Group Coaching Program will be starting on Thursday, September 30, 2010 at 7 pm.
Entrepreneurs, ADHD adults and other Creative Geniuses often seek my services because they fail to be very productive. That’s why they’re surprised when I tell them that to be more productive, they may need to take a break.
ADHDer, take a new approach to your New Year’s resolutions and goal setting for 2010. Run toward your strengths instead of away from your weaknesses. Asking these questions to learn how.
The third on a series of articles on ADHD and Motivation, this article describes how to find the motivation to keep going even when you don’t feel like it.
Second on a series of articles on ADHD and Motivation, this article describes how using momentum can move you away from stuckness and get you moving toward your difficult task.
Lack of motivation is a common but erroneous complaint among ADHDers. As an ADHDers, when you face a boring task, your brain just doesn’t activate, so it’s difficult to take action. You turn the key to start your turbo brain and nothing happens.
Most people are feeling stressed, and this is especially true of many ADHD adults. The downturn in the economy, climbing employer and client expectations, and an ever growing To-Do list, keep us constantly trying to do more in less time.
While you may think that ADHD creates a disadvantage for you in the business world, there are strategies you can employ to take advantage of the symptoms of ADHD. In doing so, you may find you’ll become just as productive (and maybe even slightly more productive) than your non-ADHD counterparts. You, like non-ADHDers, have cycles …