ADHD folks often have a hard time deciding when to call it quits. Is the project/article/task really finished? Is it the best is can be? Could I edit it one more time? Each time we dig in again, the project/article/task starts all over again – albeit from a new starting point. Truth be told, if given enough time, we might never get to the end.
But this is literally The End. The end of a year. The end of a month. The end of a season. For some of us, perhaps the end of a job, a marriage, an attitude.
Tonight, we’ll take a look at the small picture: how and when ADHD permits us (or forces us) to declare “Done!” And then we’ll back up to the mid-view picture – how our ADHD brains hold the events of the past five-hundred-twenty-five-thousand-six-hundred minutes and to what we anticipate for the next 525,600. And finally, we’ll take the 10,000-foot view of the real honest-to-goodness end: our own mortality, and how our life values set the stage for all the decisions that flow from them.
Not a light and breezy webinar, but a thought provoking journey into how not only our ADHD accents our uniqueness, but so do our choices, our approach to life (and ADHD) and our declarations of intent for 2022.
- Lectures 3
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 50 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 37
- Assessments Yes