ADHD Approach to Education

ADHD Approach to Education

David Mulford joins me today and it’s a blast from the past. You see, David and I went to Middle School together and only reconnected in adulthood through the miracle of Facebook.   David shares …

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Mythbuster

Miss ADHD Mythbuster

Brookley Wofford isn’t just brains and beauty, she’s also a buster…a buster of myths surrounding ADHD that is.   She won the crown as Miss Minnesota United States in 2015, a title that has afforded …

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Your Version of Happiness

ADHD & Your Version of Happiness

Daniel Eric Bowling. Upholsterer by trade. ADHD creative by nature. Inspiring happiness.   Daniel’s talent is building strong connections with everyday people and identifying useful tools from various industries in order to help others solve problems in …

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Feel like a Square Peg

If ADHD Makes You Feel Like a Square Peg

Alex Hofeldt is a busy Science Communicator. He’s responsible for teaching biology and astronomy to high schoolers as well as producing his own podcast, Beautiful Dust Specks, which marries podcasting with science, wonder, and motivation. …

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ADHD not a label

Think About it, ADHD Isn’t a Label

ADHD Isn’t a Label I’ve talked about this before. To clarify, it isn’t a label, it’s a diagnosis. It means you have a naturally under aroused pre-frontal cortex. Our neurotransmitters are responsible for helping us …

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time blindness

Managing Time Blindness in ADHD

Time Blindness Time blindness is common for folks with ADHD. In another article, I’ve expanded on the idea of how many with ADHD operate within the time orientation of ‘Now’ versus ‘Not Now’. Poor time …

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AFF Combo

Alternative ADHD Solutions

Alan Brown is an ADHD coach and brain-hack productivity master who uses alternative ADHD solutions. From overcoming drug addiction to mega-success in corpoarte advertising to giving a Ted Talk and creating his own brand at …

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time blindness

ADHD Time Perception / ‘Now’ and ‘Not Now’

As standard operating procedure for many with ADHD, because of their unique time perception, rather than having an internal clock, which perceives the passing of time, time is experienced from two sorts of “time zones”, Now …

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Action!

ACTION ADHD!

ACTION ADHD A few neurotypical people will understand this concept, but for most people with ADHD, preparing to focus on something that HAS to get done is not only helpful but an activity that can …

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