Overcoming Distractions-Thriving with ADHD, ADD
Overcoming Distractions is a book written by David A Greenwood on thriving with Adult ADHD. The Podcast is a show dedicated to telling the stories of those who have thrived with ADHD. From small business owners, inventors, entrepreneurs and many more, you will hear how they have used ADHD in their favor and tools to make ADHD work for you. There is no complaining here, just street smart advice on how to crush ADHD. Even if you don’t have ADHD, you’ll hear how these entrepreneurs and coaches define success and get action items that you can implement in your life.
Do NOT “schedule” procrastination when you have ADHD
There are huge misconceptions and misunderstandings about procrastination. And Dave tackles this because of a recent social media post he saw telling people that they should schedule procrastination to manage their time. That's bad advice to say the least and to a greater extent reckless, especially for adults with ADH
My two favorite words-clarity and control with Adult ADHD
Dave talks again about his two favorite words when it comes to adult ADHD. Clarity and control. Because you can't talk about these two enough. They are mission critical to surviving as a busy adult with ADHD. Dave discusses briefly why clarity and being in control is such an important part of your ADHD life and gives s
If you are an adult with ADHD, this conversation is built just for you. Whether you are a CEO, busy executive, business owner with ADHD or are juggling life and professional responsibilities, you'll learn a lot about being an adult with ADHD in this conversation. Kathleen Nadeau, PhD is the Founder the Chesapeake Cente
What can burnout teach us about ourselves?
In this short episode, Dave runs through some of the lessons learned from people who have experienced burnout. While it is a harsh way to learn lessons about life and gain some self-awareness, many people who have experience burnout have learned how to understand thier capacity, manage time more effectively, learn to c
Part 2-Relating to the Four Tendencies as an adult with ADHD
This is Part 2 of Dave's conversation with coach Diann Wingert about how adults with ADHD can understand the Four Tendencies, authored by Gretchen Rubin. Diann makes it clear, as she did in part one of this discussion, that understanding the four tendencies, whether in ourselves or others, is all about expectations. Sh
Build a solid foundation for managing ADHD this coming year
If you're looking to thrive in the coming year then you're going to have to build a solid foundation for managing your adult ADHD. Dave gets street smart here and discusses briefly a number of areas that he believes make up that solid foundation for thriving with adult ADHD. Managing ADHD does not have to be complicate