Simple tips to help you work with your strengths, downplay your weaknesses and improve your focus and productivity.
Every business leader has trouble staying focused, but some find that distraction is a constant that gets in the way of productivity.
Symptoms like inattentiveness, hyperactivity, and impulsivity can get in the way of a productive, focused work day, and in extreme cases are linked to Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). The key to success is learning to work with those symptoms, not against them.
“It’s about figuring out how to work with your strengths and downplay your weaknesses,” says Abigail Levrini, psychologist and author of Succeeding with Adult ADHD (APA, 2012).
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