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Thanks in part to our ADHD time distortion, it's often very difficult for us to estimate how long something will take. This can become a significant problem at work when we're called upon to predict project schedules or craft proposals based upon labor hours, but it...
In part 3 of our ADHD time series, Dana shows us a simple and incredibly useful way to game the system so that we take action earlier and reduce the stress and propensity for failure that comes with waiting until the last minute!
Following last episode’s discussion of how ADHD warps our view of time, we’re now looking practical ways to “unwarp” our perceptions of time to get more done, be more reliable, accomplish our goals, and live our values!
In our first-ever “BONUS Kick” episode, David calls Dana to talk about the Adderall shortage in the US. Even if you’re aren’t one of the many people with ADHD who is having a hard time getting your prescription filled right now, knowing what to do when you can’t get your ADHD medication could be a big help!
Many of the struggles we face with ADHD are related in some way to how we experience time. But what’s behind our warped view of time? And why does it affect everything from friendships and marriages to job performance and finances?
ADHD brain fog: what it is it? What causes it? Is there anything we can do to fix it? All that and more in this episode!
Some things absolutely destroy our productivity. For you, it could be an activity, an object, or a task—your list is probably unique. But chances are there’s something that you have to protect yourself from. And that’s why Dana is introducing ADHD Kryptonite defense systems!
Overwhelm. It’s a state we find ourselves in that can be paralyzing. And for those of us with one particular type of ADHD, Dana theorizes that it’s actually our standard MO. How can we break the paralysis? And maybe even prevent it?
True confession time: both of us have some stories to tell. In fact, we considered just never releasing this because we’re admitting to things we probably shouldn’t. How does ADHD affect your driving?