Inspiration, Intention, Action 7/10 - The ADHD Project Newsletter

Inspiration, Intention, Action 7/10 - The ADHD Project Newsletter

With ADHD, we often crave immediate results, we want to jump right to being good at something. Connecting the small steps that it takes to get from Point A (being bad at something) to Point B (being good at something) is extremely difficult for us. But here's the truth: whether it's managing ADHD symptoms or any other aspect of life, real improvement takes time and incremental progress.

I want to share a fantastic video from one of my favorite authors, James Clear, who dives into the concept of getting 1% better every day. In his book, Atomic Habits, James Clear outlines the transformative power of small habits and how they can lead to remarkable personal growth and success. It's a game-changer, and I highly recommend giving it a read if you haven't already. (Click this link if you want to check it out!)

In the video, James explains how focusing on making small improvements consistently can lead to extraordinary results over time. By embracing the process and understanding that success is built upon these incremental steps, we can shift our mindset and approach towards our goals. It's a powerful reminder that progress is not about instant perfection, but about making consistent efforts towards improvement.

I encourage you to watch the video and reflect on how it resonates with your own journey. You'll find inspiration and practical insights that can be applied to various aspects of your life. It's a reminder that we are all works in progress, and by embracing the small steps, we can unlock our full potential.

Here's the link to the video:

I hope you find it as enlightening as I did!

Thanks as always for reading,
Aaron Frank
Founder, The ADHD Project
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