In this episode, Thanh is joined by Alan P. Brown, author of “Zen and the Art of Productivity” and host of CrusherTV.com. Thanh and Alan talk about ADHD, productivity, and tactics and strategies that work.
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- Alan’s top productivity resources [1:42]
- Why many people suffer from ADHD and don’t know that they are affected by it [5:03]
- What you can do if you feel you’re unable to prioritize tasks or focus for long periods of time [10:32]
- The different brain hacks that Alan recommends to help people coping with ADHD stay productive [19:59]
- Alan’s complicated relationship with medication that treats symptoms of ADHD [28:41]
- The medication and tools that Alan has tried that didn’t work for him and why [32:31]
- What productivity systems Alan recommends [34:27]
- Why Alan warns against research without implementation [39:35]
- Succeed: How We Can Reach Our Goals
- Take the Online Adult ADHD Test from ADDA
- The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success: A Pocketbook Guide to Fulfilling Your Dreams
- Zen and the Art of Productivity: 27 Easy Ways to Have More Time, Earn More Money and Live Happier
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