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.
Learn this intuitive method to capture your thoughts, and make planning or breaking down a project easy.
Have you been embarrassed at not remembering what you’ve been told, or “mis-remembering” an appointment?
The problem isn’t your memory; it’s thinking you should be relying on memory in the first place.
When you report to a boss – and want to keep your job — the expectations of the organization can replace the need for motivation. But what do you do if there is no boss or deadline?
Do you have plans for a project this summer? You may THINK you’ll finally turn your attention to that project you’ve been putting off. But it doesn’t usually work out that way. In fact, just the opposite…
How many times have you gotten excited about a project,…
Boring and Basic Everyday Actions are anything but simple with ADHD
“Dog tasks” are what I call the kind of everyday tasks that ADHD people find the most procrastination-worthy. They’re dull, routine, and about as motivating to do as watching a dog sleep. Unfortunately, when they’re not handled regularly, they can suddenly come up to bite you. Here’s how to handle your dogs…