The Virtues of Lowering your Standards
Tuesday, June 28, 2016 12 Comments
Consider this a “Track-back Tuesday” post
Late last night (or early this morning, depending on where you are and how you track time), I received a comment from an extremely frustrated ADDer struggling with cellphone and I-pad impulsivity. Most of us can relate, huh?
You can read her comment HERE (my coaching response follows).
Double-checking one of my older articles that I suggested she read, I notice that it received fewer “likes” or comments than I thought it would when I wrote it. It struck me that MANY of you who read ADDandSoMuchMore.com only occasionally probably missed it, and it’s a goodie. It contains more than a couple foundational concepts that create issues that most people find problematic, and those of us in Alphabet City frequently find debilitating.
SO . . . I am reblogging my own post,
hoping it will provide a few keys to turn a few of YOUR locked doors.
If you want to add velocity to your self-coaching efforts, take the time to read the articles linked within that post as well. They will open in new tabs/windows, so you can click them as you come to them and keep on reading.
When “Good enough” is Good ENOUGH!
©Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, CTP, CMC, ACT, MCC, SCAC
Let’s delve deeper into a couple of foundational problems,
particularly for those of us with Executive Functioning dysregulations:
Hand in hand, each exacerbates the other,
until it’s truly a miracle we ever get anything done at all!
To the neurodiverse AND the neurotypical
On a very different kind of blog, post-production supervisor and self-professed Edit Geekshared his thoughts on the very topic I planned to write about today (the image above is his). He began and ended his relatively brief article with a wonderful synopsis of exactly what I am about to tackle in this article.
In Defense Of ‘Good Enough’
“For many people . . . ‘good enough’ is a dirty word…
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