ADHD Positives you need to love about yourself.

Embrace your ADHD and the creativity, humour, drive, and energy it brings!

ADHD’s trademark hyperfocus is a serious advantage — if you can effectively channel all that attention and energy into work, that makes a difference. Many entrepreneurs, writers, and artists with ADHD have had very successful careers, in large part because of their ability to focus on what they’re doing for hours on end

ADHD isn’t always a walk in the park, and we’ve all faced our share of disappointments and embarrassments. But people with ADHD excel at pushing past setbacks, adopting new strategies, and moving forward better than ever. As Linda Roggli said, “We see the light at the end of the darkest tunnel. We pick ourselves up off the sidewalk when we fall. We smile through our tears.”

Individuals with ADHD are bright, creative, and funny. They’ve faced challenges, learned novel ways to manage their symptoms, and developed a sense of humility and self-respect.

Many adults with ADHD, such as Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps; British celebrity chef Jamie Oliver; Virgin Airlines founder Sir Richard Branson; lead singer of Maroon 5 and vocal coach on the popular TV show, The Voice, Adam Levine; and Grammy award-winning artist, have found meaningful ways to manage their traits, take advantage of their talents, and lead productive and satisfying lives.

You can learn to harness your ADHD abilities in new and productive ways to live the life you design.