In the four and a half years since finding out I had ADHD, I’ve learned so much about how ADHD brains work and how to best overcome the weakness and rely on the strengths.
It’s been amazing to help others discover these same things!
I know all too well the pain that can come with ADHD, which is why I want to provide you with hope and help.
Learning you have ADHD truly is a “good news diagnosis”—life can improve drastically once you know what has been holding you back, why your willpower always seems to betray you.
I want to hear from you - what can I help you with? I know many of your struggles, because I share them, but I want to know what really is affecting you and what you really need help with.
You can shoot me an email at email@example.com or just reply to this email. I promise I’ll reply.
I’d also love to schedule a short chat with anyone that is interested. I’m not a certified coach, I just want to hear your story and have a friendly conversation.
Jesse J. Anderson
I am building a community for ADHD Creatives.
You can sign up to be the first to know more at: adhdcreative.io
🎙🏦 ADHD Creative: Nanci Murdock (9m) Listen to this quick chat with Nanci where we cover picking yourself back up after failure and burnout, finding success with the #ship30for30 writing challenge, and learning to manage finances through hyperfocus.
🎙🧠 ADHD Creative: Jon Surratt (9m) In this talk with Jon we discuss how productivity hacks can often be ADHD coping strategies in disguise, and how Roam Research is a tool perfectly suited for ADHD. Specifically we talk about Roam replacing other tools that fell short and how it broke my brain.
Quote of the week
We must overcome the notion that we must be regular. It robs you of the chance to be extraordinary and leads you to the mediocre.
— Uta Hagen