Do you have ADHD and don’t like to read? Me too! But reading is so incredibly important for both career success and personal growth. I love this quote from Jim Rohn, a personal development legend, “The difference between where you are today and where you’ll be five years from now will be found in the quality of books you’ve read.” But what are you supposed to do if you’re like me and hate reading? I asked myself this very question, and that is when I came up with these four strategies. I’ve gone from someone who hates reading to someone who reads a lot. I’m on track to read over a hundred books this year.
These four strategies have radically increased the amount I’m reading. By following my easy tips, you can go from someone who hates reading to someone who loves it too!
Did you know the divorce rate is twice as high for people with ADHD? Relationships aren’t easy but when ADHD is involved, they’re even harder.
In her award-winning book called, “The ADHD Effect on Marriage: Understand and Rebuild Your Relationship in Six Steps," Melissa Orlov highlights the common relationship issues in ADHD marriages. In this blog, I’m going to share these issues as well as her recommendations for what to do about them.
Orlov also explains that these relationship issues follow consistent and predictable patterns. So, by understanding these patterns and using specific strategies you can have a successful relationship.
You’re here because you’re probably wondering if you have ADHD. You might have come across a Youtube or Tiktok video about ADHD and recognized the symptoms. And now you’re wondering how to get diagnosed. Let me tell you straight up: Getting evaluated as an adult who possibly has ADHD poses challenges.
For instance, did you know that only a fraction of professionals who can diagnose the condition can prescribe medication as treatment? Or that the diagnostic criteria were primarily written for adolescents and children?
In this blog, I’ll share with you how to identify the symptoms of ADHD, how to select the best professional to meet with, and what to expect in that appointment.
Let me start by saying I am not a medical professional or an ADHD expert. I’m simply someone whose life was on a nosedive going through 15 years of failure. I got diagnosed unexpectedly by luck in my 30’s. Since then, I have rebuilt my entire life. I'm happily remarried and making 6 figures at a Fortune 500 company. I’ve also created a YouTube channel to share the things I’ve learned along the way.