Get Focused with Positive Self-talk When You have ADHD

When you have ADHD, it might seem like you hear a lot of negative feedback.  Much of this feedback may even be from yourself.

There are many different names for this, but the name is not important.  It is simply that voice in your head that tends to tell you what you cannot do.  If this is the case for you, chances are that this can affect the focus you need to work on your goals and other priorities.

Take a minute today and see what you can reframe from a positive direction.  How can you make that voice give you some positive feedback?

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Breathe to Get Focused

To help you focus today, set a timer each hour as a reminder to take 5 deep breathes.

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Did it help you refocus and maybe get a little more energized.  ADHD may cause you to feel like you are always rushing.  Periodically slowing down and taking deep breathes just might be what you need to regain some calm and refocus on your priorities.

Did you try it?

Let us know how it worked for you!

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Get Focused on Your Strengths

To help you focus and manage any ADHD challenges that you may have, spend 5 minutes today focusing on your strengths.  Set a timer first so you can get back to other priorities at the assigned time!

Reflect on Strengths

Pick your favorite question below and submit an answer in the comments.

  • What went well yesterday?  How can you make it happen today?
  • What do you love to do?  How will you work it into your day?
  • What comes easy to you?
  • How can you take something that comes easy to you and apply it to your challenges?

How else do you identify your strengths?  Share your ideas!

Remember to register here for our free teleclass:  4 Keys to Getting More Done with ADHD

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Arrive On Time (Get Focused)

Set two timers to help you arrive on time when you have ADHD.

  • First one sounds when you need to prepare to leave your office/house. Timer to Help ADHD
  • Second one sounds when when you need to leave for an appointment.

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Drink Water to Get Focused

I have read that our brains are made up of 75 – 90% water.  It makes sense, but it surprised me that it ws this high.  What do you think?  Are you surprised?

Among all the other benefits of drinking water, it may also help us to be more focused.  Dehydration can also lead to headaches which definitely cause us to lose focus.  Give it a try today.  Drink water and see if you feel more focused.  Let us know how it goes!

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