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AD/HD in The Era of Endless – Judith Kolberg Presentation

Judith Kolberg’s CHADD of NYC presentation slides from May 5th, 2014.

We live in the Era of Endless, confronted by endless information. This poses new organizing challenges such as: how do we make decisions based on information when there is no end to it?

When is enough, enough?

For ADDers who are avid information-seekers but soft on decision-making, the Era of Endless can be particularly overwhelming.

Interruptions and distractions endlessly distract us from our train of thought and the task at hand. Here is where ADDers have much to contribute.

Having spent your lifetime dealing with distractions, we’ll discuss these strategies freshened up for the Era of Endless.

We can work without as much regard to walls, bosses, time zones and geography. But this endless connectedness to devices and screens also pushes some impulsivity buttons. Find out how to push back using ADD strengths to your advantage.

This presentation provided powerful ADD-friendly strategies for getting the upper hand.

(View the presentation below or download the presentation as a pdf)

Ms. Kolberg’s website is  www.fileheads.net and can be reached at: judith@fileheads.net or 404-231-6172

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