If you have taken an ADHD test for adults and received a diagnosis of ADHD/ADD in adults, you know all too well about the struggle with procrastination, disorganization, lack of focus and poor follow-through that can undermine productivity.
The good news is that you’re not alone!
Dr. George Sachs understand what you’re going through – and it’s not just because of his professional training, skill and experience. Dr. George also went through adult ADD testing and received a diagnosis of adult ADD.
And he’s not the only one. There are also many books and online resources that you might find helpful if you are living with adult ADD.
Adult ADD Resources
- Dr. George is a fan of David Allen’s GTD (Getting Things Done) system. Allen also writes a blog called The GTD Times. Dr. George says that Allen’s system can be overwhelming. Don’t worry about trying to master it all. “After getting the basics of GTD, read the book Zen To Done by Leo Babauta, a much simpler and cleaner version of GTD,” he advises. “Zen To Done condenses the information down into simple goals and steps.”
- Leo Babauta also writes Zen Habits, a blog that is read by more than a million people, proving it’s not just adults with ADD who are searching for clarity. “Zen Habits is about finding simplicity and mindfulness in the daily chaos of our lives,” Babauta says on his website. “It’s about clearing the clutter so we can focus on what’s important, create something amazing, find happiness.” You can also follow Babauta’s Zen Habits Journal on Tumblr.