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How You Are Self-Medicating Your ADHD

I'm not just talking about self-medicating ADHD with booze and drugs... I'm talking about self-medicating our ADHD with any of a number of things we're eating, drinking, smoking, watching -- and even thinking -- that are giving us a sense of "relief" from our pain and frustration. We ADHDers tend to have
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How to Delegate Work (So YOU Can Work LESS)

How to Delegate Work? Start by Knowing The Barriers to Delegating If you're overwhelmed at work, at home, or both, there’s a really good chance you’re not delegating enough. You need to know some of the secrets of how to delegate work. Delegating is a critical survival skill in the corporate world –
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Self-Talk Lets You Be Your Own ADHD Coach

Self-talk is a powerful tool for changing habits, destroying negative beliefs and just plain being happier. So...Yes! Mumbling to yourself as you stumble down the street is a sign of intelligence and can make you more productive! What If You Had a Great Coach with You All the Time? Imagine if you had
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4 Ways Journaling Is an ADHD Natural Remedy

"The #1 productivity tool you aren't using," is what Forbes called the practice of journaling.  Research from Harvard Business School says it can boost your performance and impact your career success. Sir Richard Branson calls it, “my secret life hack.” And I call it an ADHD natural remedy. Yep. Just...writing stuff
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European Tour 2015: Workshops and Presentations March 6-18

ADD Crusher™ Workshops and Presentations, Europe 2015 My European speaking tour is March 6-18. If you’re in the UK or Netherlands please check out these dates (more dates/cities are being set) in chronological order. For more details on each, follow the links… Amsterdam, 6 March: ADD Crusher™ Seminar This is a two-hour multi-media, live coaching workshop
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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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