Imposter Syndrome is common with ADHD; you feel like a fraud.

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.

ADHD personal life distracts from work

It’s tough to focus on work during a time of personal crisis, with or without ADHD. Here’s how to stay productive when your mind is going around on a “What If…?!” hamster wheel.

Workplace Accommodations ADHD

Should you or shouldn’t you?

A diagnosis of ADHD does not automatically entitle an employee to accommodations.  How you prepare for the conversation can make all the difference.

ADHD Ambiguity and Anxiety Don’t Let Unanswered Questions be a Productivity Killer In both work and everyday life, you sometimes need to make decisions…

ADHD: Don't run an uphill battle Don’t try to run uphill when planning your workday I’ve wanted to write a blog post all day.  Or to…

Why Traditional Training Fails Us I’m giving a Master Class today (Wednesday, Oct. 9 at 2:00 EST) at the Virtual…

Make your brain wiring work for you It’s getting closer to the Virtual ADHD Conference when I’ll be presenting “Obstacles…

The pros and cons of automatic sorting This week I sent out an email about a Gmail development that could…

ADHD don't focus on screwing up Your fear could make an ADHD mishap more likely to happen Have you ever tried really hard NOT to think…

ADHD Productivity Engine Program Is your work-life out of control? Bring back some sanity! It starts this Thursday, Jan. 17 at 9:00 PM Eastern…