Split Personality

All too often ADHDers look at ourselves as being two different people, one with ADHD and one without. The reality is we always have the ADHD but our symptoms manifest at different levels. Rather than trying to asses our behavior as ADHD or not what if we instead catered to the three productivity gurus we have living inside? 

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Intentionally Intentional Intent

Intentionally Intentional Intent

Rather than starting off the New Year with a bunch of goals, what if we instead started off with doing less? In this episode I unpack my rather "unproductive" January, discuss how everyone seems to be freaking out about US politics and begin a discussion about the things we let into our lives. 

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Panicked and Anxious in a Hammock

This week week I begin to explore limiting beliefs. What sort of beliefs do we have that limit our ability to be our best selves and do our best work? Conversely what beliefs do we have that might need limiting? 

You may have noticed some odd wordplay in this episode and might be wondering whether I was sober when I dreamed it up. I mentioned that I had been talking to a friend prior to recording. She asked how I was doing and I replied "Panicked and Anxious" but she heard "Hammocked and Anxious". We had a good chuckle thinking about what that would look like and I decided I had to include a reference to that misunderstanding in the title. Originally I thought "Hammocked and Panicked" would be the title but realized that'd not have made any sense. 

Links

  • During the show I mentioned the folks over at TotallyADD. I love the videos Rick and his team put out and have found them very valuable as I learned about my own ADHD challenges.