Inspiration, Intention, Action 6/22 - The ADHD Project Newsletter


Mick Ebeling is an entrepreneur with ADHD who has overcome many obstacles in order to make a profound impact on the world. Despite facing the challenges that come with ADHD, Mick's relentless drive and unwavering determination have allowed him to push beyond limitations and create innovative solutions. His visionary mindset led him to found Not Impossible, an organization dedicated to using technology to solve seemingly impossible problems. Through his work, Mick has pioneered groundbreaking initiatives, such as developing affordable 3D-printed prosthetic limbs for individuals in underprivileged communities. By harnessing his creativity, resilience, and entrepreneurial spirit, Mick has not only transformed the lives of countless individuals but has also become a beacon of inspiration for those with ADHD, proving that with passion and tenacity, anything is possible. Click here to listen to an interview with Mick where he talks about his mission and mindset.


Daily intention statements don't have to be complex, they're more about anchoring yourself in the present moment and setting a positive tone for the day ahead. Rather than overwhelming yourself with a long list of tasks, focus on simple and meaningful intentions that align with your values and aspirations. It could be as straightforward as embracing self-care, practicing gratitude, or seeking moments of joy. By grounding yourself in these intentions, you create a gentle roadmap that guides your actions and helps you navigate the unique challenges of ADHD with greater clarity and purpose. Remember, small intentions can lead to significant transformations, and each day is an opportunity for growth and progress. If you're not sure where to start, check out our 31 Daily Intentions book!


Cultivating a mindset of growth and self-forgiveness is crucial to managing the emotions that come along with your ADHD journey. It's important to recognize that having ADHD does not define your worth or capabilities. Instead of dwelling on perceived shortcomings or setbacks, embrace a compassionate and understanding approach towards yourself. Understand that you are navigating a unique path, and it's natural to face challenges along the way. Celebrate your strengths and achievements, no matter how small they may seem, and give yourself permission to learn from mistakes without judgment. By adopting a mindset of growth and self-forgiveness, you empower yourself to persevere, learn, and grow beyond the limitations that ADHD may present. Remember, you are resilient, capable, and deserving of kindness and understanding, both from others and from yourself.

  1. Practice self-compassion: Start by consciously acknowledging your self-talk and replacing negative thoughts with kinder, more supportive ones. Treat yourself with the same understanding and empathy you would extend to a close friend. When faced with challenges or setbacks, remind yourself that it's an opportunity to learn and grow, rather than a reflection of your worth.

  2. Set realistic goals and celebrate progress: Break down larger tasks or goals into smaller, manageable steps. This allows you to track your progress and experience a sense of accomplishment along the way. Celebrate even the smallest victories and acknowledge the effort you put into each task. By focusing on your achievements, you reinforce a positive mindset and build momentum towards reaching your goals.

  3. Seek support and build a network: Surround yourself with understanding and supportive individuals who can offer guidance, encouragement, and empathy. Connect with support groups, online communities, or seek professional help if needed. Sharing experiences and learning from others who have gone through similar challenges can provide valuable insights and strategies for managing emotions and cultivating a growth mindset.

Remember, building a mindset of growth and self-forgiveness takes time and practice. Be patient with yourself, embrace the journey, and celebrate the progress you make along the way.

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