Inspiration, Intention, Action 10/30 - The ADHD Project Newsletter

Inspiration, Intention, Action 10/30 - The ADHD Project Newsletter

Life has a way of sweeping us up in its current, and our high momentum can be a fantastic driving force. But occasionally, we need to hit the pause button and reflect on where our intentions are taking us.

Caught in the ADHD Current: The Pitfalls of Overcommitting

When you have ADHD, it's like constantly riding a wave of intense energy. This can be a tremendous asset, pushing you toward success and progress. But, like any force, it needs balance. The flip side is getting caught in a never-ending whirlwind, unintentionally staying with something that derails you. That's the tricky part – ADHD can make it challenging to redirect your focus, stay present, or even notice the passage of time. It's easy to overcommit to a project, a goal, or a path that's no longer the right fit.

The Power of Intention

So, what's the solution? The power of intention. It's crucial to pause, take a step back, and evaluate your course intentionally. These moments of reflection help you ensure you're still on the right path.

Here are some questions to consider:

-Is this in line with my long-term goals and values?
-Has the situation changed since I started this journey?
-Have my priorities shifted in a different direction?
-Is it time to stay the course or explore a new path?

Remember, these questions are highly personal and unique to your journey. They're not meant to provide clear-cut answers, but rather, to help you realign your focus.

Reclaiming Control: A Continuous Journey

By pausing and reflecting on your intentions, you regain control over your ADHD journey. However, just as we learn to redirect our focus in meditation, remember that this process of assessing and realigning your intentions is ongoing. It's like tuning an instrument, always adjusting to create harmony in your life.

So, I encourage you to take time to reflect, realign, and move forward with intention. It's your journey, and it's within your power to navigate it.

Thanks as always for reading,

Aaron Frank
Founder, The ADHD Project

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