Kick Some ADHD
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With ADHD we struggle with the financial and administrative stuff of running our businesses and working lives. Dana calls this “the yuck.” When you find yourself dealing with a pile of it, you’ve gotta dig out. Here are strategies and tools you can use right now!
Waiting around for motivation to strike is BS. Today, we’re giving you permission to use distraction—on purpose! So often, we think about distraction as a negative thing with ADHD., but distracting yourself can be just the thing to help kick yourself into action. You won’t want to miss this episode!
This is one of those episodes you’ll want to absorb fully. In fact, even though the concept sounds simple—and indeed it really is—it’s the kind of thing you’ll probably want to come back to again. Maybe more than once. It’s about cultivating a mindset that will subtly improve a number of aspects of your life with ADHD. And over time, adopting this mindset WILL make your life easier!
You know that feeling when your day spins out of control? How do you recover? Today we’re tackling some questions from a listener who wanted to know how to respond to one of those days when you’ve worked so hard to prevent them. If you’ve ever had a day go off the rails, then this episode is for you!
This week we’re talking about a simple idea that can have an outsized effect on many of the ways we tend to struggle with ADHD. It’s so simple and so profound, in fact, that we can forget it easily. And that’s why we work though it in detail in this episode!
Having ADHD presents us with lots of opportunities to refine things and improve ourselves. But we can’t work on everything at once! And that’s why we have a “front burner” focus. This week: how to improve consistency in your life by managing your front burner focus effectively, including when to move something to a back burner and much, much more!
ADHD meltdowns are awful. Losing control of our emotions can leave us AND those around us wondering what in the world just happened. And the worst part is: they don’t stop happening just because we aren’t kids anymore. In this episode: how to spot, prevent, cope through, and recover from an ADHD meltdown.
We’ve all heard about the importance of drinking water, but are you aware of how dehydration affects ADHD symptoms? This week, we talk about how to spot the signs of dehydration discuss ADHD-friendly ways to fix it and avoid it entirely!
All of us with ADHD are prone to distraction, but have you ever noticed that there are patterns to this? There may be certain times of day, for example, when you’re more likely to fall down a rabbit hole. This week, we talk about how to discover your patterns and prevent them from perturbing your progress!
We talk frequently about the kind of person we want to be—both now and in the future. But what if there were relatively low-effort things we could do now that would make it much easier to be who we want to be in the future? That’s our main focus for this week’s episode: giving gifts to your future self!