I never have, but there’s some appealing topics on facebook, some on ADD or ADHD. I assumed that I wouldn’t have the time or the patience for them, but decided to check it out.
Learned you don’t watch them, just listen, and not on some schedule, just whenever you want – I had wrong assumptions, again.
So the guy started introducing the speaker, slowly and at length. I got increasingly antsy, finally turned it off. Don’t have time, patience or attention span for this.
But maybe I’m missing some important information, that might help me learn how to sit and listen, or to improve my attention span. But guess I don’t have the attention span to let me learn how to improve my attention span, not this way.
1. listen while doing something else, like my accounting. But I’d miss my music, and it might distract me and cause even more mistakes.
2. learn how to put them my i phone – then listen while driving . But there might be a steep learning curve.
3. do them on vacation. But that isn’t what vacation is for, and I’m trying to not take work on vacation.
4. just forget it. I’m already flooded with information and I can’t do everything. But maybe I’m really missing something.
What do YOU think???
Bonnie Mincu has nailed it again clik here for the trap of two calendars.
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Your Life Can Be Better; strategies for adults with ADD/ADHD
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