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Finding Your Focus

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"Filled with tools, strategies, and checklists and written with a fine understanding of the problems adults with ADD face daily. This book is a gift to all who read it." --Edward Hollowell, M.D., bestselling author of "Driven to Distraction"

Written by two expert ADD coaches with more than 30 years experience, this practical handbook offers adults with ADD practical techniq
ebook, 256 pages
Published September 6th 2005 by McGraw-Hill
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A.C. Bauch
some might find a lot of the info in this book pedantic, but for people like me, who thrive on simple lists and steps to follow to accomplish certain tasks that others find easy to do (e.g., paying bills on time or making sure there's actually food in the house and clean clothes to wear), i know that this book will prove helpful. i also appreciated that this book is more of a how-to than a how-come. at this point in reading my way through my ever-growing adult add library, i am saturated with in ...more
Alison Whittington
Useful tips. I wouldn't suggest buying it until you've finished the ADD books you already have, though.
Colleen Wainwright
I've never been diagnosed as having ADD or ADHD, but I struggle mightily with focus. There were some good techniques in the book for improving and streamlining focus, but ironically (or perhaps not), I found that the style of writing itself—which seemed to extra-simple and straightforward on purpose—made focusing more difficult. I got ants in my pants, what can I say?
Con Robinson
Very well put together book. It has concise info and little questionnaires to help you figure things out.
Did not really provide much helping in organizing interal thoughts, just physical space.
Excellent practical strategies that can be put into use RIGHT AWAY!
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