Inspiration, Intention, Action Archive - 3/9


The Creativity of ADHD - ADHD is typically described by the problems it presents, and indeed it may have negative consequences for academic achievement, employment performance, and social relationships. But ADHD may also bring with it an advantage: the ability to think more creatively. Previous research has established that individuals with ADHD are exceptionally good at divergent thinking tasks, such as inventing creative new uses for everyday objects, and brainstorming new product features. Check out the full article from Scientific American to learn more about how you can tap in to your hidden superpower!


Today I Intend to Press on Despite Self-Doubt - Self-doubt can be a powerful force that holds us back from achieving our goals and dreams. It can make us feel like we are not good enough or that we will never succeed, but it doesn't have to define us. We must remember that society often teaches us doubts that we must unlearn in order to move forward in our lives. We need to find inspiration and motivation from within ourselves, rather than relying on external sources for validation. By taking the time to learn about who we are and what makes us unique, we can begin to move past our self-doubt and press onwards towards success. Learn more about daily intentions through our 31 Daily Intentions book!


Do Something for a Stranger - I’m finding the more we are physically distant from others, the more we crave human connection. Our desire to help and support each other – from our immediate family to our community – is powerful and important. Not only does it enrich our lives, it also keeps us happy and filled with purpose. This week I challenge you to silently do something for someone else. It could be as simple as giving up your place in line, paying for the coffee of the person behind you, or just smiling and wishing them a great day. You'll be surprised how much making someone's day makes your day too.
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