Re-Release: Productivity Tips to Get Stuff Done

Re-Release: Productivity Tips to Get Stuff Done

Kristin Seymour accomplishes more in one day than most do in a week! And she might be the only person we know that travels with a cooler and ice packs in her car… just in case! This busy ADHDer (and previous Distraction guest) joins Dr. Hallowell to share her very best ideas for getting things done. The Clinical Nurse Specialist also shares some encouraging stories about some of the kids and adults she’s worked with to help accomplish their goals. Learn about incentives, buffers, prioritizing and more through the practical ideas and solutions Kristin offers up in this episode.

To learn more about Kristin or to get a copy of her book, The Fog Lifted, click HERE.

This episode is brought to you by RxBar. For 25% off your first order, visit http://www.RxBar.com/distraction and enter the promo code “distraction” at check-out.

Learn more about Landmark College in Putney, Vermont by clicking HERE.

This episode was originally released in April 2018.

 

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S3 Mini7: What Struggles Do You Keep Coming Back To?

S3 Mini7: What Struggles Do You Keep Coming Back To?

You might have asked yourself at some point, “What do I want out of life?” But have you ever asked yourself what you’d be willing to sacrifice for your goals? Ned talks about drive and determination, and how to figure out what you really want. He thinks the secret to uncovering your greatness might lie in recognizing the recurring struggles in your life!

Mark Manson’s article mentioned in this episode: https://qz.com/584874/you-probably-know-to-ask-yourself-what-do-i-want-heres-a-way-better-question/

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S3 Ep7: Answering Your Qs About Genetic Testing, Family Issues, Self-Medicating & More

S3 Ep7: Answering Your Qs About Genetic Testing, Family Issues, Self-Medicating & More

Dr. Hallowell answers questions about a variety of issues in this week’s episode. A listener named Tracy inquires about genetic testing for ADHD medication, another asks about his “hyper response to stress,” and Cooper called with a question about self-medicating with cannabis. Listen to Ned’s thoughts on these questions and others that we received from our listeners in the Distraction community.

If you have a question that you’d like Dr. Hallowell to address in a future episode please call 844-55-CONNECT and leave us a message. Or, you can email your question to [email protected].

This episode is sponsored by Landmark College in Putney, Vermont. Learn more at http://www.lcdistraction.org.

 

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S3 Ep6: Use Your Conative Style To Find The Right Job

S3 Ep6: Use Your Conative Style To Find The Right Job

Kathy Kolbe is the world’s leading authority on human instincts. She solved the riddle of how all people can be both equal and different in their creative efforts by identifying the nature of universal instincts that constitute individual modus operandi. Her groundbreaking work has enabled thousands to find careers that they not only love, but excel at as well.

Kolbe has been called Maslow’s successor because of her work in showing how the three parts of the mind (cognitive, affective and conative) impact the creative problem solving process. She is a prolific writer and bestselling author, and is currently the CEO and Chief Creative Officer of Kolbe Corp, a publishing and consulting company she started over 35 years ago.

Discover where you’re apt to succeed: http://www.OPgig.com

Learn more about the Kolbe Index and the Instinct Test: http://www.Kolbe.com/AT

Join Dr. Hallowell and Kathy Kolbe in Arizona for their co-led retreat next year!

  • How to Thrive with ADHD
  • Scottsdale, AZ
  • Thursday, February 7th 1-9pm
  • Friday, February 8th 8:30am-2pm
  • Visit http://www.Dynamynd.com for more information!

This episode is sponsored by Landmark College in Putney, Vermont. It’s the college of choice for students who learn differently. Learn more at http://www.lcdistraction.org.

 

 

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Why College Can Be Daunting For ADHDers with How to ADHD & Landmark College

Why College Can Be Daunting For ADHDers with How to ADHD & Landmark College

Jessica McCabe from How to ADHD joins Dr. Hallowell to share her unique perspective and insights with college-bound students in this special episode sponsored by Landmark College. As Dr. H and Jessica both know college can present some unique challenges for those with ADHD!

Learn more about Jessica and watch her amazing videos at How To ADHD.

To schedule a campus visit, or simply to learn more about our sponsor, Landmark College in Putney, Vermont, visit  http://www.lcdistraction.org.

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S3 Mini5: The 7 Habits of Highly Effective ADHD Adults

S3 Mini5: The 7 Habits of Highly Effective ADHD Adults

Dr. Hallowell gives his spin on Stephen Covey’s book, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, with a similar list for those with ADHD. From doing what you’re good at, to asking for advice, you’re bound to find a few nuggets of applicable wisdom for your own life. But as Ned advises, this is his list, so if these habits don’t resonate with you, add your own to the list!

This episode is sponsored by Landmark College in Putney, Vermont. To learn more, CLICK HERE.

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S3 Ep5: ADHD, Lying and the Fib Response

S3 Ep5: ADHD, Lying and the Fib Response

Fight, Flight, Freeze… or Fib? Monica Hassall, RN, and Barbara Hunter, M.ED., join Dr. Hallowell for a discussion about the correlation between ADHD and lying (or fibbing as these women prefer to call it), and what’s really going on inside your child’s head when they don’t tell the truth.

Additude Magazine Article

See Monica and Barbara speak at the 2018 Annual International Conference on ADHD in St. Louis in November!

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S3 Mini4: ADHDer Creates A DropZone For Veterans

S3 Mini4: ADHDer Creates A DropZone For Veterans

Courtney Wilson didn’t follow a typical path to the military. After completing her undergrad studies as a creative writing major at Wellesley College, she joined the army and became an engineer. After serving for seven years, she left as a Captain and soon began working on her foundation, DropZone For Veterans, while going to school to get her MBA. Wilson’s organization connects veterans and their families with curated resources so they can thrive, not just survive, after the military. Through a lot of hard work, she and her team have created a database of over 116,000 benefits, resources and opportunities; and have served over 10,000 veterans so far.

DropZone for Veterans

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S3 Ep4: What Do ADHD & the AFFL Have In Common? Jeff Lewis

S3 Ep4: What Do ADHD & the AFFL Have In Common? Jeff Lewis

American Flag Football League (AFFL) founder Jeff Lewis never knew he had ADHD until he went to see a psychiatrist for another reason and was diagnosed with the condition in his early 50s. Although having undiagnosed ADHD never held him back (He graduated from Cornell and was a successful hedge fund manager.) Jeff’s life and outlook went on an upswing after being diagnosed, as he details in this conversation with Ned.

American Flag Football League

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S3 Mini3: Gender Neutral Dining Gets a Seat at the Table

S3 Mini3: Gender Neutral Dining Gets a Seat at the Table

Traditionally, when having a meal at a restaurant the waitstaff will serve women seated at the table first. That custom might be changing however, as the concept of gender neutral dining is gaining traction in eateries across the country. Hear Dr. Hallowell talk about embracing change, and how to deal when you don’t like the changes taking place.

If you have an episode idea or a question for Dr. Hallowell email it to [email protected] or leave a message by calling 844-55-CONNECT.

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S3 Ep3: ADHD’s Practical Problem Solver

S3 Ep3: ADHD’s Practical Problem Solver

Much has changed in the world of ADHD since Dr. William Dodson began his career in the field 35 years ago. He spoke with Dr. Hallowell about the pioneering work he’s done in the treatment of ADHD, the omnipotential of those with ADHD, and what he wishes your doctor knew about ADHD.

Dr. William Dodson specializes in the evaluation, treatment and support of adults and teens with attention deficits, learning problems, and related behavioral difficulties at his ADHD Center in Colorado.

For more information:

Dodson ADHD Center

Additude Magazine

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