“Great things happen to those who don’t stop believing, trying, learning, and being grateful.” ― Roy T. Bennet
Using your personal power, you can contribute to the betterment of society.
It involves taking the initiative to make a positive impact on your community, environment or causes that you believe in.
We all have a responsibility to contribute in a positive manner.
Everyone benefits from positive support and encouragement.
Why not start with yourself?
This week’s ADHD Advantage
Your ADHD Difference
Capitalise on your different thinking abilities. The challenges that come with ADHD carry within them the solutions.
David Neelemam the founder of JetBlue Airlines and five commercial airlines: Morris Air, WestJet, JetBlue Airways, Azul Brazilian Airlines, and Breeze Airways. credits his ADHD as a big part of his success.
In 2002 he was diagnosed with ADHD. He believes talking about ADHD openly is a way to help others. I want people to understand that it’s a special gift, that it’s not something that can hold you back.
David Neeleman: When I finally figured out I had it, it was a relief.
I was just really careful to surround myself with people that could complement my ADHD. I have people around me that help implement a lot of the ideas I have.
This week’s ADHD Challenge
I think my brain is like a jigsaw puzzle with missing pieces, and I can’t seem to find them.
I seem to be missing parts of my executive functioning, impulse control, working memory, time awareness and focus to name a few.
Over time I have developed some solutions that help me deal with these challenges.
“Life is like looking for your phone. Most of the time it’s in your hand”.
- Develop morning and evening rituals (which I do 80% of the time)
- Plan my day using simple strategies, steps and time frames
- Hold myself accountable for actual results
- Just done it checklist
- Select today’s top three goals
- Stop distracting myself
- Awareness, check in to make sure I am focusing on my majors
- Focus on one thing at a time
- Celebrate the wins, even the small ones
Don’t make life harder for yourself by lacking clarity about where you are going and how you intent getting there.
- Set the next milestone towards your major life destination.
- Write down the next three steps that you can take.
- Ask for help.
Start and continue your journey
“Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can”. – Arthur Ashe
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