“People never know what they are capable of until all
other options run out”.
Develop your personal power by acknowledging your achievements.
Learning from your setbacks will help build resilience.
Personal power enables you to believe in your abilities and make difficult decisions.
Consider your skills, knowledge, experiences, and personal qualities that set you apart from others and capitalise on them.
Invest in expanding your knowledge and skills. Stay curious, seek new experiences, and embrace lifelong learning. Your ADHD brain will thank you for it.
Take care of your physical, mental, and emotional well-being. Nurturing yourself allows you to sustain and channel your personal power effectively.
Develop resilience to bounce back from setbacks and learn from adversity.
Use your personal power to make a positive impact on others and the world around you.
This week’s ADHD Advantage
Create Your Ideal ADHD Environment
Your environment plays a massive part in your life.
Armed with an understanding of your ADHD challenges, you can make real changes in your life.
To get the best from your life, develop your ideal environment for your life, home, office, desk, and car.
Remove the clutter from inside your head and your environment.
You have to put your talents and skills to work in the right environment where you can thrive.
Figure out your strengths and set up your environment in a way that supports them.
This week’s ADHD Challenge
Decision-making is a process of reaching a conclusion after careful consideration; it is a judgment, a choice between alternatives when all the facts can’t be fully known.
People with ADHD tend towards indecision. Telling someone with ADHD to just do it would be like saying cheer up to a clinically depressed person.
Decision-making is a key skill you must develop to succeed in life. It is a major task of executive function that you can learn and put structure and templates in place to help you through the process.
“The decision is not the problem. The problem is your attitude about the decision. Got it?” — Jim Livingstone
- Remember that no decision is guaranteed to be perfect.
- Focus on one important decision at a time.
- Consider the potential impact on various areas of your life.
- Consider both short-term and long-term effects on yourself and significant others.
- Make choices that produce the outcomes you want.
- Design a simple decision-making process or guidelines.
- Don’t get stuck in a never-ending cycle of analysis.
- Choose the simplest solution.
- Take the first step towards your decision.
Allow yourself regular mini rewards throughout the day.
Short breaks can help you recharge and maintain focus.
Use these breaks to engage in activities you enjoy that help you relax and clear your mind, such as going for a walk, deep breathing exercises, or listening to calming music.
Establish a daily schedule that includes specific time blocks for different activities, such as work, study, exercise, and leisure.
Having a structured schedule can help you stay on track and reduce the chances of getting distracted or overwhelmed.
“Allow yourself to be imperfect. It’s okay if all you did was survive today”
Take care, enjoy
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DISCLAIMER :This newsletter is not intended to provide and does not constitute medical, legal or other professional advice. The content is designed to support, not replace, medical or psychiatric treatment. Please seek professional help if you believe you may have Mental Health Issues.