It’s time to stop working harder than everyone else for no rewards. The ultimate productivity tip for people with ADHD cuts through the noise with two words; trust yourself.
Shifting the view of focus from something we need to “get” to something we already have puts us back in the drivers seat when it comes to navigating our work.
The ADHD label contains two damaging words: deficit and disorder. Neither is true.
The commonplace assumption that concentration is difficult in an age of digital distraction is a cop-out. It’s time to take ownership of our distractions. Digital is not to blame.
Have you ever found yourself spiraling around a major decision? Or even a not-so-major decision? Here’s a simple hack to get out of the loop.
Referring to mental health conditions as mental illness or mental disorder fosters a victim mindset and removes our agency to work with our pattens.
You can’t prevent people from judging, no matter what you say. But you can help someone else by speaking up about your experiences.