What could possibly go wrong, with ADHD?
I was recently honored to be a guest, one of many, on Jennifer Friedman’s podcast. I must confess that I don’t listen to podcasts, don’t have the patience, probably missing out on a lot, but already have way too much demand on my time and am not currently looking to add anything.
I was challenged to get things linked up to be part of the program. But Jennie was a competent patient helper, and we did get connected.
But I had failed to check the sound set up.
My whole piece sounded like I was speaking from the bottom of a deep well.
When I listened to a previous podcast I had been on, I was horrified to hear that I had filled it with “ums”. I thought I didn’t do that. But this time I was careful, and don’t think I had any “ums.”
Then I couldn’t remember the right address for this blog, so the website address got into the podcast instead, which would’ve been OK, except when I checked the website, the link to the blog didn’t work. I tried to fix it but couldn’t get the password right and now I’m locked out of the website for too many wrong password tries.
After we finished, I’ve had a hard time finding the show on the net. Somehow the link gets tied up with i tunes and I don’t get it. But I found a button on the lower left that lets me hear the show, though I can’t see it. That may be a blessing.
Do you think I may be technologically challenged? Possibly?
My topic was on to-do lists, and how to use them effectively. Many people don’t like them, or say they don’t work, because they don’t know how to use them.
If you want to check out this podcast it has a lot of good people on it, and we each to give our favorite ADHD tips, so there is good stuff there.
Strategy: Check everything out in advance.
Quote O the Day:
“When you are in a bad situation, it helps to realize that there are other people in the same boat. But not much.”
unknown wise source