Adult ADHD - How to Succeed as a Hunter in a Farmer's World (BOK)

Thom Hartmann

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Most people do not "grow out" of Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). For many, their ADHD traits have led to difficulties in school, relationships, and work. But for our hunter-gatherer ancestors these characteristics were necessary for survival.

Hunters must be easily distractible, constantly scanning their environment, and unafraid of taking risks. When humanity experienced the agricultural revolution 10,000 years ago, a vastly different type of personality-the methodical "Farmer"-became dominant. Most of our modern world is tailored to this Farmer personality, from 9-to-5 jobs to the structure of public schools, leaving ADHD Hunters feeling like unsuccessful outcasts.

However, the Hunter skill set offers many opportunities for success in today's Farmer society-if you learn how to embrace your ADHD traits instead of fighting against them.In this step-by-step guide, Thom Hartmann explains the positive side of Hunter behavior. Drawing on solid scientific and psychological principles, he provides easy-to-follow organizational strategies, tips to maintain focus and create a distraction-free workspace, and tools to set goals, build a business plan, and discover the right business project to keep you motivated. Hartmann also includes tips on navigating family relationships and parenting-for most Hunter parents are also raising Hunter children.
Produktfakta
Språk Engelsk Engelsk Innbinding Heftet
Utgitt 2016 Forfatter Thom Hartmann
Forlag
Inner Traditions Bear and Company
ISBN 9781620555750
Antall sider 144 Dimensjoner 15,2cm x 22,8cm x 1cm
Vekt 248 gram Originaltittel Adult ADHD - How to Succeed as a Hunter in a Farmer's World
Emner og form Takle sykdom og diagnoser, Clinical psychology