It's not just you. More and more clients come to me proclaiming themselves ‘self-diagnosed ADHD’.
But do we really have a ‘disorder’ because we can’t focus?
As creatives, we need seclusion and sustained focus above everything to produce quality work. But even we are not immune to having our attention hijacked.
I'm taking a summer break, friends.
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If not, now might be the time!
It’s tempting isn’t it?
To believe we can achieve all the connections we need for our creative business by staying at home plugged into social media.
But, in fact, when we create space for face-to-face connection to occur, we we massively improve the chances for developing a meaningful and fulfilling career or business.
I admit it. I’m a bit of a productivity nerd.
I try to configure every day to get the ‘important’ stuff done. Not surprisingly then, I love early mornings. But not for the reasons you might think. Not because they allow me to get a head-start on my to do list. Precisely the opposite in fact.
I’m a visual artist yet I coach a lot of writers.
I think it’s because I make art the way some writers write.
Each artwork I make is a story. I don’t know exactly where the ‘plot’ will take me or what the moral of the story will be.