Millions of adults are diagnosed with ADHD but few find the solutions needed to thrive…
An ADD or ADHD diagnosis—simply a label for the underlying cause of behaviours—doesn’t mean surrendering to the challenges. Understanding how your ADHD brain works will change your perspective and help you become the best version of yourself.
ADHD ADDults: The Ultimate Success Manual serves as a guide—helping you navigate this daunting, uncharted territory in your life. Author Jim Livingstone—diagnosed with ADHD at age 45—gives a first-hand account of his journey and shares everything he wished someone had explained to him when feeling discouraged and overwhelmed.
Jim hopes to erase the stigma around ADD and ADHD and help others learn to manage and succeed. In this book, he explains ways to set goals, how to get a support system in place and the seven key elements for action. He includes all the tips and tools needed to build daily structure, self-improvement, and personal success.
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If you have ADHD you’re in great company!
Your ADHD presents a powerful tool that can be leveraged to transform your life into success and personal development. Many adults who have dealt with ADHD/ADD symptoms and even those brand new to the lifestyle feel overwhelmed and struggle with management. This often leads to risky behavior or dangerous self-medication to keep getting those dopamine hits that offer some relief.
There are more than 366 million adults around the world experiencing the symptoms of ADHD. Instead of focusing on the challenges and unique chaos a diagnosis often means, I want to flip the switch and ignite your unused potential.
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Your success is personal, and to be successful you are going to have to become a different person, so capitalise on your strengths and embrace what makes you different.
Define the influence you want to have on the world. Develop and clarify your purpose for being here. Your ADHD traits have given you some unique skills and talents that you are meant to share. To reach your maximum potential and make this world better for yourself and the generations that follow
It’s time to dump your ADHD baggage. Living with ADHD is real but isn’t fatal. Redefine your beliefs about ADHD and yourself, see the positive aspects and acknowledge the areas that don’t interest you, never will.
Learn to delegate and compensate for these. Let go of your self-doubt, shame, and fear of not being good enough. They are only made-up stories to support false and bullsh*t limiting beliefs.
Step out of the past and create a new life.
You have to create a new identity; the way you want it to be. Choose your new identity, then start developing the beliefs, character traits, skills, and values necessary to build that identity; link your new identity to your values and the primary goals you want to achieve.
The tighter you cling to your old identity, the harder it is to build a new one. Your identity needs to be flexible like water, flowing around changing circumstances. Make it an intention to consciously alter your identity by changing your false and limiting beliefs and habits.
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Our lifework is to inspire, educate and empower people with ADHD to discover and use their unique skills and abilities to create a better world for themselves, this generation, and those that follow. It is our duty to help educate the world that ADHD is not a disorder or something to be feared, but an untapped resource that’s waiting to be unlocked.
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