5 Shifts to Conquer your ADHD at work

Are your ADHD symptoms making it difficult to complete the daily “duties as assigned” at work? 

You are NOT alone. There are many people out there struggling with ADHD – feeling overwhelmed and exhausted.  No matter what you do, you can’t get ahead. Sound familiar?

What if I told you it doesn’t have to be this hard?

These proven strategies (Shifts) will help you to regain control of your life from the inside out:

  • Shift #1: Own your ADHD
  • Shift #2: Pick your Target
  • Shift #3: The MVP Mindset
  • Shift #4: Minimum Mandatory
  • Shift #5: Invest in External Structure

Shift #1: Take Extreme Ownership of your ADHD

Learn to accept the hand that life has dealt you (…instead of beating yourself up for not being able to measure up to what society thinks you “SHOULD” be!)

Shift #2: Make ADHD friendly goals

You may not be hitting your goals because you haven’t actually picked any!

Shift #3: Tell your ADHD brain what to pay attention to

Did you realize that whenever you say “YES” to something, you automatically say “NO” to everything else? It’s time for you to build guardrails to keep your life on track and progress to what actually matters.

Shift #4: Stop the ADHD perfectionism

Done is better than perfect. That’s the glue that keeps this whole thing together. Just get it done… you can “improve” it later!

Shift #5: Adults with ADHD can benefit from Investing in External Structure

Willpower will NOT work. Stop kidding yourself. The ADHD brain simply will not do the hard thing unless there is structure, accountability, or consequences.

Ready to overcome your ADHD procrastination at work?

Did you actually make it to the end of this? That means at least some of these points resonated with you. Dive deeper into the 5 shifts to Conquer ADHD at Work with Ryan’s FREE on-demand webinar!

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About Ryan Mayer

Professional Life Coach Ryan Mayer is an Accountability and Mindset Coach, specializing in working with adult men and women with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
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