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Those close to ADHD -- psychologists, psychiatrists, neurolo­gists, therap­ists, counselors, and others -- frequently reference four distinguishing characteristics that are used to differentiate between those who have ADD and those who do not. One of these traits is "distracted." In this article, Jeff Copper places distractibility into a context to illustrate how the obvious interpretation is a function of what you are paying attention to.  
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You got caught selling ADHD stimulant meds in college red-handed. You are facing 2 felony counts with at least 2 years in jail. Reflecting on the experience, if you could go back and talk some sense into yourself, do you think you would have listened to the advice? Listen and understand real world insight from someone who had the experience. 
ADHD stimulant medications are often controversial, and questions abound around their use. Awareness and education are key. That is why attention and ADHD coach Jeff Copper is releasing this multipart series dedicated to ADHD stimulant awareness. We have no doubt you will find these shows enlightening. Here are a few of the shows from the series: 
  • Could it be that the stimulant referred to as Adderal actually gets its name because it was thought to treat all people with ADD? In this episode, we interview Dr. John I. Bailey, Jr., on "ADHD Stimulant Awareness: The Basics" as Part 1. We have no doubt you will find this show enlightening. 

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ADHD is often said to be a difference in brain wiring. A neurotypical mindset might look at ADHD as being broken because it isn't set up to see the condition as just being different. In this video, ADHD coach Jeff Copper defines mindset and talks about how powerful it is to set up your mind differently to witness what others are blind to. As Jeff says, setting up the mind has the greatest impact on helping those with ADHD.
Some with ADHD can be sensitive to light. In this video, ADHD coach Jeff Copper shares his experience and insights on coaching others to manage light to help them focus.
Processing any bills can be challenging for those with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. In this video, ADHD coach Jeff Copper shares his insight and lessons learned from helping others with ADHD to process paying their bills. If you're in tune with the cost of credit card interest or paying to re-hook up utilities, watch this video.
Some with ADHD can be sensitive to movement. In this video, ADHD coach Jeff Copper shares his experience and insights on coaching others to manage focus by putting themselves in situations where there are no crowds and putting them in the middle of a crowd as a means to help them manage their attention. 
Does creating content come easy for those with ADHD? For some, yes, for others, no. In this video, ADHD coach Jeff Copper shares his insights and things to consider when you struggle with creating content..
If you have ADHD, should you focus on goals, make plans to achieve goals, or activate to implement a plan? In this video, ADHD coach Jeff Copper shares his thoughts on what and where you should direct your attention and shares a metaphor to help you understand what it looks like. If you are not making progress on your goals, watch this video. 

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