ADHD doesn’t mean you can’t do your job well. You can succeed in your career with tips to manage your ADHD at work.
Author: Bonnie Mincu
Learn this intuitive method to capture your thoughts, and make planning or breaking down a project easy.
Words matter! When you reframe your negative ADHD self-talk, you banish insecurity and shame from your self image.
Got Zoom fatigue? Learn ADHD survival tactics for professional virtual meetings from home.
Isolation during corona-time requires new ADHD strategies… When my formerly successful solutions for productivity stopped working, I had to learn new things about myself.
Covid-19 can provide opportunity. Take this time at home to learn Zoom and stay connected face to face.
The coronavirus is forcing many to suddenly work at home, posing productivity challenges for those with ADHD. See tips for a successful transition.
It’s common for successful ADHD people to feel like a fraud, living under constant fear of being “found out.” Psychologists call this “Imposter Syndrome.” It can take a toll on your professional and personal life.
With ADHD, your random thoughts – and the fear that you’ll forget them – lead to a lot of needless jumping from task to task. Create one place to enter everything you need to deal with or remember. Simply “park” incoming thoughts in that place and immediately return to what you were doing.
Evernote is the best place to store anything online if you’re ADD, ADHD, or simply organization-challenged. Enter any kind of file, photo, email or document into Evernote on any of your devices — PC or Mac, phone, tablet — and pull it up on all your other devices.