It’s that time of year when many of us are prone to making those New Years Resolutions for something new or different. But do resolutions really work?
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Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, ADHD Coach has written an interesting blog article exploring the difference between Activation vs. Motivation. See what you think. ~CoachRudy Procrastination — Activation vs. Motivation YOU HEARD IT HERE: Glitches in the activation arena are more likely to be behind what is often mistakenly assumed to be “procrastination” in the EFD/ADD community than […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Procrastination — Activation vs. Motivation
Children and adults with ADD/ADHD tend to be BUSY-BEES but unfortunately, are much less likely to very effective, time-efficient nor productive. As a result we may spend more time working at tasks or chores than those who are organized and efficient with their time. Then, of course, we have a tendency toward procrastination which may […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Here is a nice television news discussion about adult ADHD. Phoenix Arizona News reporter, Kaley O’Kelley, interviews local physician, Dr. Art Mollen about adult ADHD. See the video: Adult ADHD – 10 signs you might have it Please follow and like us:Continue Reading... No Comments.
*Resource: Russell Barkley, PhD Russell Barkley, PhD, one of the foremost researchers of ADHD suggests that ADHD is not an attention disorder. He suggests that “ADHD is a blindness to the future… so that the child and adult with ADHD are going to wait until the future is eminent (in your face)… and then they […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
There are many possible reasons for putting off until tomorrow what you intended to do today. It is only once you know why you are doing it that you can figure out what to do about it. Reason Solution You need more information to do the job right. Replace what’s currently on […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Health Central – ADHD Central.com hosted an ADHD Chat with CoachRudy Rodriguez on Sept 28. The topic of the chat was: “Managing ADHD Symptoms”. View the transcript of the interview/chat with CoachRudy HERE. **Scroll to start of transcript by clicking on the time “7:01” (at top of transcript) Please follow and like us:Continue Reading... No Comments.
Adults with ADHD Lose Over 3 Weeks of Work Annually Free Seminar Helps Improve Workplace Performance ASHEVILLE, N.C. – Can ADD and ADHD in adults affect workplace wellness, attendance and overall job performance? Absolutely. According to a recent report in HealthDay News, adults with ADD/ADHD lose more than 3 weeks of work annually. The report […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The symptoms could describe any busy, distracted multi-tasker: difficulty concentrating, chronic lateness, impatience, procrastination. Or they could point to a diagnosis of adult attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, which some 10 million U.S. grownups have. Yet fewer than 25 percent of the adults walking around with the syndrome even know they have it, according to a report […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Mother nature had her way AGAIN canceling the March 2 seminar “ADHD At Work: Maximizing Your Effectiveness” due to snow. 40 people had pre-registered for this highly anticipated seminar so the seminar was rescheduled. **Seminar Rescheduled – Tues, March 30 To register: http://www.abtech.edu/sbc/class_schedule.asp. Coach Rudy Rodriguez, of the ADHD Center for Success will present a […]Continue Reading... No Comments.