7 Tips for Women with ADHD from ADHD Women Entrepreneurs
At markets the fidget rings would become one of my most popular items and curious me, I would ask what they liked and why? Most would stay they liked the look and feel but sometimes I would get the answer 'it helps with my ADHD'.
I had no idea.
I was very interested in how a fidget ring could help women with ADHD. This led me down a rabbit hole of the world of ADHD and some very crazy statistics popped out at me like only 6% of girls are less likely to be diagnosed with ADHD compared to the 13% of boys (CDC).
Continuing on this adventure of research, I discovered that women often are undiagnosed for various reasons like symptom types, medical bias, lack of research, and stereotypes. (Cleveland Clinic - ADHD in Women) I mean, that's ridiculous and has to change, right?
All this led me to thinking, why not go straight to the source and ask ADHD women entrepreneurs for their top-notch tips on improving focus and limiting distractions for a woman newly diagnosed with ADHD? Here's what they had to say.
Tip 1 - Know What Makes You Feel SuccessfulPatricia Sung
Tip 2 - Start your Day with Cash Generating Tasks
Tip 3 - Use DeadlinesAmanda Keener
Tip 4 - Turn off Notifications
Tip 5 - Take BreaksShannon Smith
Tip 6 - Set a Timer
I am not diagnosed with ADHD but recognized that everyone can easily become distracted from their work tasks. Setting a timer of 20 to 30 minutes really helps me to feel like I'm getting the work done and surprise, surprise, it gets done.
Tip 7 - Get a Fidget Ring
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