ADHD for Productivity
What you'll learn
- Manage ADHD symptoms that interfere with effectiveness and productivity.
- How to organize your spaces, manage your time with tools like your calendar, and make a plan in a way that reduces stress.
- Identify your strengths and desires to increase curiosity, excitement and motivation.
- Learn to make plans and stick to them at work and at home.
- No ADHD diagnosis or previous treatment experience necessary to benefit from these timeless, productivity-boosting principles.
In this course I’ll lay the groundwork to help you manage your ADHD symptoms simply and effectively, and become more productive in the process. If you are an entrepreneur, artist or student with ADHD, the information in this course will boost your effectiveness.
We’ll explore the three principles of symptom management: awareness, intention and action. I’ll walk you through the process of managing these principles in each area of your life. We’ll cover how to organize your spaces, manage your time with tools like your calendar, and make a plan in a way that reduces stress, identifying your strengths and desires to increase curiosity, excitement and motivation.
The goal of this course is to help you adapt to your symptoms with more effective behaviors to be more productive with your symptoms.
When I use the term productive, I’m not talking about producing in a manufacturing sense. In this course, productivity refers to proactively choosing and pursuing the experiences that fulfill you. Self-actualization happens when we are managing our responsibilities and making choices that demonstrate our values.
This course is not about changing you. You are already great. Instead, we’ll work with what is already there, diminishing the negative and increasing the positive.
Who this course is for:
- This course recommended for entrepreneurs, artists, and students with ADHD who are looking for a straightforward approach to productivity and self-actualization.
Hi, I’m Eric, a writer and coach helping people with ADHD to manage their condition.
I work with my clients to develop their own capacity to manage symptoms, handle responsibilities, and self-actualize. I focus on diminishing stress while reprogramming the bad habits that are holding them back.
My philosophy is simple, “You already have the answers to your problems within you. Let’s find them.”
I’ve lived with ADHD my entire life, and I understand how discouraging it is to work hard without making clear progress. Fortunately, we’re in this together now and I won’t give up on you. I want to see what you’re capable of once your symptoms are under control. Therefore, your only option is to succeed.