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Attention Deficit Disorder. ADD. ADHD.
Call it what you want, you know what it feels like:
To have great ideas and the drive to start them, but no time to finish them.
To know important things and then forget them.
To have colleagues who love you but can’t rely on you.
To have so much potential, and just as much frustration.
ADD/ADHD at work is mostly bad news.
You lose money. You lose respect. You lose peace of mind. It isn’t fair.
But you can make it better, so the bad parts shrink and your good work shines.
Three things make the difference: effort, education, and some outside help.
If you’re reading this, you’re already making the effort.
If you want education, you’ll find lots of it here. All free.
If you’re ready for outside help, you’ll find your personal coach here, too. Not cheap, but worth it.