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ADHD at work
Fast and cheep, no boring waits to load!
ADHD at work
If ADHD we find it even harder to maintain habits than to start them
ADHD at work
I'm not a fan of "to-do lists”. They represent tasks without commitment, calendars are best.
ADHD at work
I am still waiting on robots to do the dishes and AI to do all of my admin
ADHD at work
Many teachers enforce a no fiddle or fidget rule, yet these activities actually improve focus
ADHD at work
Problems of ADHD are two-fold, the unexpected issues from the ADHD and the psychological injuries from them. Healing in needed
ADHD at work
ADHD brings problems but it can bring strengths too. A guide to finding alignment with interests and strengths
ADHD at work
A very practical guide to helping yourself with you ADHD from the very first ever ADHD coach
ADHD at work
Still my top ADHD guide to managing you issues and not just organising either, plenty of life advice too
ADHD at work
Some helpful, direct strategies to manage your ADHD
ADHD at work
Excellent advice for taking action. Very relevant indeed as procrastination is #1 issue for ADHD adults
ADHD at work
Some very ADHD-like advice in this awesome short book Mark Forster offers advice on time management that is amazingly tuned to the traits of ADHD. It seems that Forster does not realise that many of the people with the disorganised issues he mentions are most likely ADHD – struggling with weak executive functions of poor motivation, […]
ADHD at work
A guide to overcoming procrastination from a screen writer's personal experience
ADHD at work
A career coach takes you through a series of exercises to help you find what you want (and don't) from work
ADHD at work
A brilliant guide to mastering the uncontrollable creative habit
ADHD at work
Spending time with someone with ADHD in planning, in breaking tasks down, in being a buddy can really help
ADHD at work
Focusing on the negative Interview with David Giwerc, President ADD Coaching Academy Andrew: Do we pay attention to the wrong things? As ADHD adults we seem better at paying attention to our problems, our issues and we take for granted the positives. We skip straight past successes and focus on the smallest issues. If we have a perfect […]
ADHD at work
Making lasting change Interview with David Giwerc, President ADD Coaching Academy Andrew: When we coach an adult client usually a lot starts to change in their lives. But sadly the usual ADHD life time experience is that when attempts are made to changes behaviours, they often don’t last. Making lasting change is difficult, new routines are interrupted and […]
ADHD at work
Sticking to the program Interview with David Giwerc, President ADD Coaching Academy Andrew: Something becomes habitual after 40 days, is that right? It becomes easy because it becomes an automatic process? David: But habitual can also be negative. ADDers have a very difficult time embracing success because they’re not used to it. I work with a lot […]
ADHD at work
How high do you score? Slightly eclectic list of ADHD behaviours from the team at BuzzFeed. I scored a perfect ten!
ADHD at work
Soon after my ADHD diagnosis and saw my aversion to doing dishes in a new light
ADHD at work
Simple planning without a diary or to-do list
ADHD at work
If we don’t dream, we don’t hope then we don’t change or make progress, so “talk about tomorrow”.
ADHD at work
Start you day with a pleasant, low stress trip to the coffee shop.
ADHD at work
It’s not easy finding the right job if ADHD. It's not money or status, but novelty, creativity and passion
ADHD at work
Changes you might request at work to mike your ADHD work life easier
ADHD at work
Whether you are a Bill Gates, learning to play tennis or figuring out your ADHD, everyone can benefit a coach.
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