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4 Effective Strategies for Getting More Done with ADHD

Updated: Mar 22, 2023




Do you feel like ADHD symptoms are holding you back from accomplishing your goals? Having ADHD can be frustrating, especially when growing up in an environment where the diagnosis is misunderstood. But it doesn't have to be like that.

In this episode, Jacob Moore shares 4 practical strategies from lived experience, and shows how ADHD can go from your greatest frustration, to your most valuable super-power.


What you'll learn in this episode:

  1. How to break down big goals into smaller, manageable tasks

  2. Utilizing timing strategies to get more done in less time

  3. The needs/benefits of accountability (even in virtual workspaces)

Growing up, many people with ADHD are made to feel like something is wrong with them, but that is simply not the case. By understanding how your brain works and showing empathy for yourself, you can create an environment where you will be able to voraciously attack any task you set your mind to.


TIMESTAMPS

[03:20] - Understanding the challenges of ADHD

[05:05] - Breaking down bigger tasks into smaller tasks

[10:30] - The Pomodoro timer

[14:50] - Breaking through perfectionism with timeboxing

[18:25] - Create a great working environment with a virtual co-working space

[23:00] - Allocate time for rest


"We don't have to fight against ADHD. It can fuel out-of-the-box thinking and enable you to thrive with deep work." - Jacob Moore

RESOURCES


About Jacob Moore: Jacob Moore is the creator of 5 Bridges to Wellness and the founder of NoStigmas mental health support community. As an empowered childhood suicide loss survivor, Jacob writes and speaks internationally about trauma, holistic wellness design and thriving despite mental illness. In addition to being an avid user of both nature and dog therapy, Jacob practices meditation, yoga and martial arts to support his mental wellness. He splits his time between Chicago and the open road.


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