In past episodes, I’ve discussed the topic of ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder). My husband, Bret, even opened up on this podcast about how he copes, as a spouse, with my ADD. Well, in today’s show, I’ll approach the subject from a new angle: living with ADD from my personal perspective (as someone who has been diagnosed with the disorder) and how my experiences differ today versus the first 45 years of my life — before I was ever diagnosed.
- My thoughts on doctors diagnosing ADD today
- Suggestions on what kind of physician to seek out if you might have symptoms of ADD
- Personal tips — with specific examples — on how to cope with ADD
- Why no one should attempt multi-tasking, but especially those with ADD
- The importance of creating structure in your daily life (and how to)
- Why I have text alerts on my phone for seemingly obvious everyday tasks
- How I learned to time block my day and the mentor who showed me how
- What is External Storage and why you need to know
- How to protect your environment to enhance your productivity
- Why you need physical triggers
- The power of creating lists
- What is the brain’s superpower
- How I handle medication re: ADD
Important Links from the Show
The Declutter Project
- Healing ADD by Dr. Daniel Amen
- Try Audible for free http://audible.com/chalene
- Driven to Distraction
- You Mean I am not Lazy Stupid or Crazy?!
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