Those of us with ADHD are often prone to problem based thinking, believing that if we could just solve the problem then everything would fall into place. In today’s episode, Cam and Shelly offer an alternative approach of journey based thinking.
Based on their work with clients and their own experiences, Cam and Shelly discuss two major components of journey based thinking. The first is defining your big agenda as an adult with ADHD which allows you to connect the work you are doing to manage your ADHD to the positive impact you are trying to create. The second is learning to go narrow before you go wide, which allows us as adults with ADHD to take the first step without letting the potential outcomes of the bigger agenda prevent us from taking action at all.
Episode links + resources:
- Book: Why Greatness Cannot Be Planned: The Myth of the Objective
- Our Process: Understand, Own, Translate.
- About Cam and Shelly