I run into people who are too disorganized to get organized. They don’t have time to learn how to manage time. I hope they will read the book, but one of my fears is that people with ADD won’t get through it. They will buy it, which is good, and they will be very enthusiastic, and they will start, but then they will get distracted and it will get set aside, and some other new enthusiasm will take over. So I have tried to write in such a way that it will hold the attention, have interesting and novel and challenging things on every page. It’s a tall order, a challenge for me. Some people with ADD are good readers, and some of my reviewers with ADD have managed to get through it, so there’s hope.
A strategy for getting the book read would be to make a committment, promise a reward upon completion, break it into small chunks (it has sections and chapters), and make out a schedule for reading them.
I’ve nearly finished draft 16, and it’s a lot tighter and somewhat shorter now so that’s good.