Jim Livingstone

15 Novemberr 2023



“The biggest difference I’ve noticed between successful people and unsuccessful people isn’t intelligence or opportunity or resources. It’s the belief that they can make their goals happen”. – James Clear



Personal Power

Personal power can manifest in various forms, such as self-confidence, assertiveness, resilience, and the ability to inspire and motivate others. 

Your beliefs play a significant role in determining your sense of personal power.

Changing or challenging your beliefs is crucial for personal growth and increasing your personal power.

This week’s ADHD Advantage


ADHD: Unique Diversity

Finding or creating an environment that celebrates diversity can be highly beneficial for individuals with ADHD.

Certain environments or workplace setups will help you focus better.

Ask about flexible work hours, such as allowing you to start and finish your workday at different times that accommodate your energy levels and help maximize your productivity.

Keep working on finding the support and systems to help you thrive.

This week’s ADHD Challenge


Information Overload

Your ADHD brain is constantly battered with information. 

This can present several challenges, such as struggling with maintaining focus and paying attention for extended periods of time.

It affects your ability to complete tasks and stay organized.

Too much information makes it tougher to retain instructions, remember information, or recall details accurately.

This puts extra pressure on our limited working memory or short-term memory.


“Too much information, too many options makes life too complicated” – Jim Livingstone



•    The first step to sanity is FILTERING
•    Will this information help or hinder my progress? 
•    Filter the information and extract for knowledge.
•    Practise portion control – limit exposure.
•    Detox, create your daily quiet time ritual by tuning out.

Weekly Tip


Awareness allows us to question the validity of our beliefs and challenge the negative stories that often hold us back. 

This process of self-reflection and self-awareness empowers you to rewrite your own stories and adopt more positive and empowering self-talk.

When you cultivate a sense of awareness, you become attuned to your thoughts, emotions, and actions. This heightened consciousness allows you to recognize patterns, identify limiting beliefs, and respond to life’s challenges with greater clarity and intention.

Awareness without judgment is a learned skill. Daily practice is a great start.


“Awareness is the greatest agent for change”. –  Eckhart Tolle


Would you like a FREE copy of my great book?

In return, I would love an honest review so that I can share it with
other people dealing with ADHD.

It would be a great help and much appreciated.
Please send me an email jim@jimlivingstone.com.au, and I will send you back a pdf copy.
Many thanks and cheers Jim

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Take care, enjoy
Jim Livingstone

Author & Founder


Mobile : 61477888369
Email: jim@adhdaddults.com
Website: www.jimlivingstone.com.au

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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. 

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