ADHD Secrets of Success: Coaching Yourself to Fulfillment in the Business World

SelectBooks, Inc., 2002 - 127 ページ
Discover a successful you! An estimated 20 million Americans have ADHD (Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder), many of whom are intelligent, creative, and intuitive - with exceptional leadership potential. This new book, ADHD Secrets of Success will help ADHDers understand and overcome the symptoms of their condition that may hold them back, and take advantage of the traits marking them for success. This is an updated version of Hartmann's 1994 book "Focus Your Energy: Hunting for success in business with ADD, " a revolutionary book that helped thousands of adults world-wide discover how to find success in their business ventures and personal world.Thom Hartmann shows ADHDers how to: Choose an appropriate profession and a rewarding work situation. Use practical techniques for overcoming forgetfulness, reaching goals, and countering procrastination. Harness ADHD symptoms to inspire new ways of problem solving.

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How This Book Will Help You
The Nature of ADHD
Understanding Why Some People with ADHD
The Challenges of an ADHD Business Hunter
Finding the Right Job and Being a Hunter within
Succeeding with ADHD in the Workplace


著者について (2002)

Thom Hartmann is an award-winning best-selling author, international lecturer, teacher, and psychotherapist. His books have been written about in Time magazine and The New York Times and he has appeared on the front page of The Wall Street Journal, as well as on numerous radio and TV shows including NPR, CNN, and BBC. A former journalist, international relief worker, and the executive director of a residential treatment facility for abused children, he now lives in Vermont where he is a psychotherapist, guest faculty member at Goddard College, and fulltime writer. Hartmann's previous books have sold hundreds of thousands of copies; one was inducted for permanent exhibition at The Smithsonian. A world-traveled "wise elder" and teacher for us all, Hartmann's message is healing for the souls of those with ADHD while at the same time empowering.