Inspiration, Intention, Action 5/11


Simone Biles: The Olympic gold medalist and widely regarded as one of the greatest gymnasts of all time, Simone Biles, was diagnosed with ADHD as a child. She has spoken publicly about her struggles with focusing and staying still. In an interview with ADDitude Magazine, Biles said, "I have ADHD and I have taken medicine for it since I was a kid. It helps me stay calm and focus." Check out the full interview here!


Setting daily intentions can have a powerful impact on our lives, helping us to stay focused, reduce stress, and achieve our goals. But the benefits go beyond just these practical outcomes. Intention setting can help us to cultivate a sense of purpose and meaning in our lives. By choosing intentions that align with our deepest values and aspirations, we can create a sense of direction and purpose that guides our daily actions. So don't just set intentions to get things done - use them to create a more meaningful and fulfilling life. Check out our 31 Daily Intentions That Will Change the Way You Think About Your ADHD!


Stop trying to do everything on your own: As someone with ADHD, it can be tempting to try to do everything on your own, but that can be a recipe for burnout and overwhelm. Instead, try to build a support system of friends, family, and professionals who can help you manage your symptoms and achieve your goals. Whether it's a therapist, a coach, or just a trusted friend, having someone to talk to and rely on can make all the difference. 

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