“Thrive with ADD” Illustrated Products
Great gifts or personal statements! Use these illustrations to communicate with empathy and humor about the unique ways that ADD traits can add creativity and productivity to life.
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Creative Genius at Work
She seems to be lost in an inattentive daydream, but usually has 20 ideas in her head at once and comes up with solutions no one else has ever thought of. When she tries to get through those boring work papers, somehow, creative pursuits take over. In her environment, life is chaotic, cluttered, and fun.
He lives life to the fullest. This guy can work, exercise, keep up to date on investments, plan his vacation, and walk the dog simultaneously. What you’ll never find him doing is sitting still! Some may call him hyper-active, but he’s never bored for a moment.
About the artist… These concepts were illustrated by Peter Fasolino. To see more of his creative and unique illustrations, visit www.pfasolino.com.
Copyright © Bonnie Mincu 2003-2012, “Creative Genius at Work” and “The Multi-Tasker.” All rights reserved in all media.
- All products can be ordered with your choice of “Creative Genius” or “Multi-Tasker” illustrations.
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Payment & Mailing
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- Shipping & Handling is $5.00 for first item, $2.00 for each additional item in each order sent to same address.
- Products will be mailed First Class to the United States and Canada.
- You should receive them within one-two weeks of placing your order.
In the Blog
If you have to ask an intimidating person… My last post addressed the common shame-based assumption that many people with ADD / ADHD have: that everyone else knows something they don’t. If you avoid asking questions for fear of looking stupid, apply the strategy “Take It to Court” to quickly prove to yourself that Read post.
Are you sabotaging yourself because you’re ashamed to ask a question? Many people with ADD / ADHD are afflicted with a toxic shame response that is far more self-sabotaging than simply having ADD. If you’re one of them, and you avoid taking a necessary step to follow through, shame is likely the culprit. Sometimes Read post.
In a personal crisis, how much spillover into work is “normal”? At what point does an inability to shut out your problems become an ADD-type focus issue? This question was on the mind of my ADHD coaching client, Daniel, who was in the process of launching a new business. At a critical time in the Read post.