Weekly Adult ADHD Tip – Motivation Factors Quiz

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Weekly Tip for Coping with Adult ADHD
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Scenario:
You’ve set goals for a project that’s important to you. You start off strong. Very quickly you abandon your plan due to a lack of motivation.
Tip:
Most of us have one feeling or factor that’s powerful enough to keep us motivated. We often have no clue what that one thing is. Do you know the single factor or feeling that will keep you motivated?
This is an important fact to learn about yourself. You can use it to stay motivated to stay in action to reach your goals. Take this short and fun quiz to find out the one feeling that motivates you more than anything else. You can also get tips for how you can use that knowledge to keep going toward your goal. Here’s the link to the free quiz: Motivation Factors Quiz
Sincerely,
Bruce Brown
Adult ADHD Unplugged
Bruce@AdultADHDUnplugged.com
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Weekly Adult ADHD Tip – Focus on Proper Nutrition

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Weekly Tip for Living Well with Adult ADHD
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Scenario:
As part of your overall plan to live well with Adult ADHD, you want to improve your nutrition so you not only look better but you feel better, too!
Tip:
Take baby steps. Start by learning about and implementing just one diet change that can improve your health. While there are a lot of studies and reports available about the effect of diet on ADHD, don’t follow diet fads or ignore your doctor’s advice on diet and medication. Part of a strong self-care program needs to include proper nutrition, which can be beneficial to how you look, feel, and sleep.
In my case, I studied the potential benefits of Coconut Oil in this ebook, The Coconut Oil Secret. Now I use coconut oil as my primary cooking oil.
Disclaimer: I may receive commissions on books purchased with my affiliate code.
Sincerely,
Bruce Brown
Adult ADHD Unplugged
Bruce@AdultADHDUnplugged.com

Weekly Adult ADHD Tip – Find a Restorative Environment

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Weekly Tip for Living Well with Adult ADHD – May 11, 2017
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Scenario:
After several hours of working nonstop at your computer, you’re feeling mentally and physically fatigued. Your attention is flagging, and you know you’re not being productive. You need more than just a coffee break to regain your focus.
Tip:
It’s time to take a break and move to a more restorative environment for a recharge. A restorative environment is one where you can mentally relax in your surroundings, such as a park, museum, nature trail, or beach. Take at least 30 minutes in such an environment to allow your mind to relax and reset for your next work session. Even if you just sit or walk outside, a physical break from your workstation and workroom can make a huge difference in your productivity. And no, using the break time to check email, catch up on social media, or read the news online doesn’t count as a restorative break!

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Weekly Adult ADHD Tip – Use My Name!

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Weekly Tip for Living Well with Adult ADHD – May 4, 2017
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Scenario:
The people you live and work with tell you it’s difficult to get your attention at times. They start a conversation and soon realize that you haven’t heard a word they’ve said.
Tip:
Ask them to use your name when they start a conversation to call your attention to the fact that you need to start listening. For example, “Bruce, can we please have a quick chat?”
You can then confirm you’re engaged before they start the conversation. This will help you focus on what they are about to say and make them feel heard.