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5 Time-Wasters of Biblical Proportions

"One thing we ADHDers never have enough of is time. So if there’s one thing we should never be wasting...it’s...yep...TIME!"   - Alan Brown  I’m not one for brow-beating my fellow ADHD tribesters, but when it comes to time-wasting, I do get a little preachy. In fact, I was writing part of
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Negative Self-Talk: Extreme Edition 2.0!

A few weeks ago I wrote a blog about Impostor Syndrome, the “extreme edition” of negative self-talk. Officially, it’s defined as the “psychological phenomenon in which…despite external evidence of their competence, people remain convinced that they are frauds and don’t deserve the success they’ve achieved” – per Wikipedia. The blog post
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ADHD Negative Self-Talk: Extreme Edition!

I’m a loser. A failure. A... Some of the most brilliant and successful people in the world think they’re a fraud. Some 40% of successful people, by one estimate. Probably higher for our particular tribe – however we measure our success. Recently read a New York Times story about Amy Cuddy, the
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Understand Negative Self-Talk for Natural ADHD Remedy

A while back I posted a multi-part series of Facebook entries entitled, Score Your Successes – which is based on what I teach in Way 9 of ADD Crusher™ Video II. This particular strategy is about... Understanding our skewed perspective on our ADHD 'failures' Putting these 'failures' in healthier perspective Learning to acknowledge
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