Ten steps to improve your ADHD life

Random notes on being happier with ADHD

Here’s ten ways to build a better ADHD life:
  1. Organise just enough to achieve your goals, you only need to figure out your next step
  2. Spend your time doing what you enjoy and you are good at
  3. Dump the tough stuff, with automation or delegation
  4. Find a way to be creative and to produce your unique designs, solutions or outcomes
  5. Work out who gives good advice from the people you know and take it, but avoid dementors
  6. Ensure you stay in contact with your close friends, set a time each week to think of friends
  7. Choose positive over negative, as negativity leads to inaction, run your life with your positive side
  8. Avoid perfectionism and make sure what you does is simply “good enough for purpose”
  9. Help yourself get a good nights sleep to avoid sleep deprived ADHD
  10. Figure out what matters by practising gratitude, guaranteed to make you happier
    ADHD Coach, Andrew Lewis

    Andrew Lewis

    Andrew Lewis is an ADHD Coach, writer and founder of SimplyWellbeing. He has over 15,000 hours and 18 years of experience in coaching over 500 ADHD executives, ADHD business professionals and ADHD creatives. Andrew ran a major ADHD support group and an ADHD diagnostic clinic for a while. He is an ADHD specialist backed with business expertise from a twenty years career in software, from roles in programming, through marketing, sales and to running a few software start-ups. His ADHD insight is personal, with decades understanding his own ADHD experience and in bringing up his ADHD daughter. He has published his writing primarily via this website, with interactive ADHD courses in development.


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