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Kids with ADHD become adults with ADHD

Entrepreneurs & Career Professionals

Entrepreneurs, business executives, career professionals, and creative professionals who have ADHD / ADHDish may experience reduced quality in their work productivity and overall work performance because of:

  • Difficulty with planning, prioritizing, organizing, and/or completing tasks.

  • Ease of distractibility making it hard to maintain long-term focus during meetings or while working on projects.

  • Issues with time management cause a habit of being late to work, meetings, or completing required tasks.

  • Impulsiveness leading to costly to making decisions or not thinking through choices.

These ADHD / ADHDish problems at work can make a person unreliable and therefore they may not be considered for promotions, receive negative client reviews, or have difficulty maintaining a job or getting good references.

Athletes & Performing Artists

Athletes, actors/actresses, singers, and musicians who have ADHD / ADHDish may have a decline in their performance because of:


  • Difficulty with sustaining focus during training sessions or games.

  • Difficulty with impulsiveness leading to poor decision-making and mistakes in their performance and off the court (field or stage).

  • Difficulty with organization and time management, therefore, making it challenging to show up to places on time or losing or forgetting important things.

  • Difficulty with stress or anger management and coping strategies.

These issues often have significant financial consequences that stem from a decline in ticket sales, fines, legal issues, and losing potential contracts.


Whether it's a parent-child relationship, friendship, dating or married couple being ADHD / ADHDish can lead to conflicts that stem from:

  • Ineffective and miscommunications that can present as distracted, not listening, unknowledgeable or unintelligent, omission of information, disregarding of others, or dishonesty.

  • Impulsive decisions that negatively affect the other person in the relationship.

  • Difficulty self-regulating emotions therefore leading to impulsive behavior resulting in relationship conflicts.

  • Disorganization and lack of time management that leads to forgetfulness, losing things, missing appointments, lack of work-life balance, feeling overwhelmed, being unreliable, and stress.

  • Restlessness making it difficult to concentrate, be still, or relax.

ADHD / ADHDish problems have the potential to strain or even break relationships.

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