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What Clutter Does to Your Brain

There is Great Mental Power to Be Had in a Place of Peace …and great frustration to be had in a cluttered, visually noisy environment! Do you have a fortress of solitude where there is no visual noise to interfere with your budding big-ass ideas and potent problem-solving? I do. I always say,
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How to Power UP Your Mind in 20 Seconds

…By Quieting It Down It’s easier than you think. And you needn’t sit on a bed of nails to do it.  FACT: Most of our thoughts are "mental BS"...and they're exhausting us! Ask Your Mind a Few Questions Q: What percentage of your mind’s content is BS. (A: Lots.) Q: How much mental energy are YOU
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This Is Your Brain on Computers! Part 3

Some Corrective Measures for Gadget Defense In a recent blog post called "Your Brain On Computers", I mentioned that I’d recently shared the stage with Dr. Ned Hallowell and others at the Screen Time Sanity Telesummit, where I listed some eye-opening facts about how it’s not just ADHD kids with media-abuse problems --
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This Is Your Brain on Computers! Part 2

The Myth of Electronic Gadgets and Productivity: Maybe They Should Call Them “Stupid Phones” Last blog post I mentioned that I’d recently shared the stage with Dr. Ned Hallowell, Laurie Dupar and others at the Screen Time Sanity Telesummit, where experts shared wisdom on the insanity created by our gadgets. I
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This Is Your Brain on Computers! Part 1

It’s Not Just ADHD Kids with Media-Abuse Issues: How to Take Back Control from Your Gadgets Last month I shared the (virtual) stage with Dr. Ned Hallowell, Laurie Dupar and others at a very cool event, the Screen Time Sanity Telesummit. In it, top experts from around the world shared wisdom
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3 Super-Simple Ways to Power Up Your Brain

Everyone describes their teen or adult ADHD differently… I describe mine to non-ADDers this way: “Ya know how you feel those last five minutes of the workday or your study session, where things are getting foggy and you’re just wiped out and getting declining mental returns? Well, that’s how it feels
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Celebrate Your ADHD Life

“Your ADHD life is to be celebrated, not lamented. You should feel free to laugh at your silly self, but never to have disdain for yourself. And if your parent or sibling or spouse is an ADDer, look to the things in their ADHD life you can both celebrate.”  -
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One Weird Trick to Stop Procrastinating

This Simple Brain Hack Frees You to Stop Procrastinating and Get Stuff DONE.   You’ve seen those online ads: “One weird trick to lose 20lbs!” “Try this weird trick for 6-pack abs!” Total BS, no doubt. But there is a no-doubt, no-BS trick for busting out of procrastination prison. And it works for even
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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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