ADHD makes it harder to direct your own intentions, actions, and thoughts. Therefore, life outcomes tend to be less rosy. Statistics support the negative effects of ADHD on life outcomes, but in my coaching practice, I work with very successful adults. You could call them high achievers.
But with what we know about life outcomes and ADHD, how can it be that so many people with ADHD are such high achievers?
In this presentation, I will discuss four characteristics that high achievers with ADHD share and can be enriched with a focus on well-being – not simply by ignoring their well-being.
- Review research-based life outcomes for adults with ADHD.
- Describe 4 characteristics that high-achievers with ADHD share.
- Provide to-dos to help adults with ADHD enrich their well-being and achievement.
- Lectures 3
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 60 minutes
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 72
- Assessments Yes
This was so helpful and gave language to what I’ve always known about my path. Thank you.