7 HIGHLY EFFECTIVE HABITS OF ‘SUCCESSFUL’ PEOPLE WITH ADHD
A great article published in collective-evolution.com under the name 7 HIGHLY EFFECTIVE HABITS OF ‘SUCCESSFUL’ PEOPLE WITH ADHD highlighted 7 habits which makes ADHD actually a blessing to successful people.
These habits are as follows;
1. Master Time
Many entrepreneurs who have ADHD have learned to become masters of time management apps to stay on the course — and many have even invented new variations of time management apps themselves. This is something that you can use to your advantage.
2. Avoid Adderall and Other Stimulants
Although stimulants may help in short term however they lack long term benefits Please read the 21 Startling Facts That Everyone Should Know About Adderall. An interesting article Published in Forbes- ADHD: The Entrepreneur’s Superpower mentioned a reference to What do business mogul Sir Richard Branson, Ikea founder Ingvar Kamprad, and JetBlue founder David Neeleman, have in common? Well, besides being monumentally successful, they all have ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), and, like other entrepreneurs and CEOs, some will even tell you that they are successful largely because of the “diagnosis”, not in spite of it.
3. Show Your Creative Value
wait for a right moment to present your creative skills which are common in people with ADHD.
5. Adopt a Mindfulness Practice
There is some good insight on mindfulness in 9 Mindfulness Rituals to Make Your Day Better.
6. Create a Must-Haves Basket by Your Door
Keep your life simple keep a “backup” box in your car that has duplicates of the things you are prone to losing —such as keys, a wallet with cash, sunglasses, and an extra phone charger.
7. Focus on one idea at a time
As the ADHD mind is full of creative ideas, write down these in a notebook and refer to these later while keep your laser focus on project you are working.
Lastly, Keep physical exercise in your routine as lot of mainstream research has proved that physical exercise triggers brain chemicals which enhance focus and overall health.