You are not lazy, selfish, or apathetic. You have ADHD. And we know that ADHD causes structural and chemical idiosyncracies in the prefrontal cortex of the brain, which controls executive functions like planning, decision-making, prioritizing, working toward a goal, and hitting deadlines.
You aren't any less smart — your brain works differently. And so you need productivity strategies that make sense to you — not the rest of the world. This eBook provides just that: ADHD-tested time-management plans that don’t try to shove square pegs into round holes. You'll learn:
PLEASE NOTE: This ebook is a downloadable PDF; it does not ship.
Learning to manage your time will put you on the path towards fully managing your ADHD — and living a happy, productive life. This report can help you get there.
This comprehensive report includes everything from to-do lists to procrastination. Chapters include:
Learn what executive functions are thwarted by ADHD, and what you can do to break the cycle.
How to get the most important stuff done on time, and stress less about the rest.
Pair a paper planner with digital tools to get the most out of your scheduling system.
How to approach and break up daunting tasks so they get done without anguish.
How to remain engaged in what matters most and stick with even the most boring tasks.
Better estimate the time you'll need, avoid overbooking, and stop rushing.
Posted by Dayna on Apr 27th 2016
I really love the information in this book because there are tangible resources that would be helpful to use in my day to day life. I have already recommended to the students who I know would benefit from the material.
I was able to download and print a copy for personal use.
Posted by Lou L. Hanks on Mar 29th 2016
In my opinion, the content of the publication was extremely comprehensive and helpful in comparison with others I have read. My problems with it are related primarily to not being able to obtain a printed copy to have.
For my ADHD, having a printed copy available to me would be much more helpful. I was not able to download and print the ebook.
The book referred to online and other resources throughout the narrative that were not readily obtainable. Again, with me, ADHD gives me problems with using all the features of computer and printer, and I had a very frustrating experience trying to make a copy of the publication. Having a copy would make it easier for me to consult all the references made after I read the material on line.
I am willing to pay for the cost of a printed version of the material.
I think the book did a good job of covering subjects that would help ADHDers try and know about. At some points, I thought that more examples or ideas would have been very useful. For example a less detailed but useful example of some ways to plan and schedule time. The detail required in the main one was close to being a turnoff for someone with ADHD. Again, without being able to download the book, the forms were not available in a very helpful way.
Thank you for making this available. As noted, I found it to be helpful in many ways, and really want a printed copy of it.