In this guide you'll learn:
What your strengths are AND why they matter!
Your strengths are things you are naturally good at and feel so easy for you, you presume everyone is good at them (they aren't!)
Many things that are considered 'easy' like doing a load of laundry or unpacking a suitcase, are hard for people with ADHD.
In this guide you learn how to recognize your strengths and have a balanced (and more accurate) view of yourself. Which in turn helps...everything!
How to increase producitivy by working with your body clock
Have you noticed how sometimes a task can take forever, and sometimes you can finish exactly the same task in minutes?
That's (in part) due to your body clock.
Learn how to work with your natural daily rhymes and increase your productivity +++
The three things to include in your day to help your ADHD brain.
These three lifestyle activities will help your brain to focus and feel happy every day :)
You + 5 Ways to Master Your ADHD Strengths like a Pro = everything you need to get started!
Maybe you've thought :: you don't have any strengths.
Or maybe that spending time thinking about things like ADHD strengths was a luxury 'nice to do thing' after you had completed your real work.
Either way, this '5 Ways to Master Your ADHD Strengths Like a Pro' will help you +++
Ready to feel like you just discovered the operator's manual to yourself?
- Life won't feel like a big long to-do list anymore.
- You will feel motivated to take action.
- You'll feel happier in your own skin and less critical of yourself.
- It will feel much easier to get out of bed when your alarm clock rings
- And much more
A Note From Jacqueline
I help talented adults with ADHD (like you) manage their symptoms so they can succeed in all areas of life, including careers, studies, homelife, and relationships.
I am a former registered nurse, have a degree in psychology, and for the last 16 years, have coached clients all over the world.
My blog Untapped Brilliance has won multiple awards, and my book Untapped Brilliance. How to reach your full potential as an adult with ADHD has been endorsed by Dr. Hallowell and Dr. Gabour Mate