Making ADHD work – Getting Stuff Done!

This is ridiculous. About 6 weeks ago I wrote a series on making ADHD work (landing page) and the one with the title getting sh*t done ends up staying in draft till now (can’t tell you what ‘now’ will be yet). Procrastinators Unite … tomorrow! It’s the single most annoying thing about ADHD. Putting off stuff to do in five minutes – later – tomorrow. There are multiple reasons for procrastination: It’s is so hard to concentrate on something that when we have focus, it’s impossible to allow something/someone to interrupt that. Once interrupted it’s gone. This is why I

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Making ADHD Work – wait, I had to pick up the kids?

This is probably the simplest and best life-hack ANYONE out there will be able to use at their advantage. But as mentioned before; for me this is only way I can make it work. Implementing this in your daily life and it will bring the efficiency in the relationship with your partner to a whole new level, avoiding a lot of possible daily conflicts. Blabla … 3:30PM … blabla After work everyone comes home, having been in traffic for 90 minutes after a long Monday of fighting a huge backlog of work. Father throws some stuff in a pan to

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Making ADHD work – I’ll do that in a minute

So, We've had an introduction two days ago why I wanted to write some stuff on ADHD. Yesterday I shared some self-reflection tips on your career-path and feeling good about what you are doing. Today I'll start with practical life-hacks that make my life a lot easier. Short attention span You are driving in your car and a very specific idea pops up in your mind (happens on the bike as well of course). You have no way to note it down so you keep repeating it in your head because you’ll be home in just 2 minutes. At that

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Making ADHD work – the careerpath

Yesterday I shared for the first time some insights in how I got diagnosed with ADHD at age 30. It probably will not surprise you that discovering this so late in life has a huge impact of personal and professional life. In this first blogpost in a series of how I learn to deal with ADHD I’ll show my insights on how ADHD changes your career path decisions. Although it is specifically related to having ADHD, the logic kind of works for everyone! Get out while you can! I got diagnosed at a time where I was failing the majority

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Making ADHD work – the story first

It doesn't always have to be about technology. Being diagnosed with ADHD about two years now, it’s time I start sharing some of the feelings encountered and tricks to deal with it. This post is a little introduction to ADHD in general and a few behind the curtains in the story of my life. After this post I will start sharing how I learn to deal with it. The trigger I’ve always had somewhat better capabilities than what I was doing at that time. The logical result of that in our modern society is that you rise through promotion to

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