https://media.giphy.com/media/E2USislQIlsfm/source.gif Martin Sheen on the West Wing Since my last post on SPIN and SLIDE, I’ve come to learn quite a bit about myself and the work that is necessary when it comes to intentional impact. See the problem with intentions and impact when you have ADD is it takes several extra steps to get… Continue reading How Intentions do not lead to Impact When You Have ADD
My diagnosis of ADD, High Functioning Autism (Aspergers), Depression and Anxiety. I learned that these symptoms are representations of what Steven Pressfield calls Resistance in the War of Art. But really it’s all just an addiction to pain, shame, pessimism, isolation, and no creative or productive outlet. Weston and Shadow King is resistance and Great… Continue reading 19 Lessons I Learned From 2019. (Plus one for the New Year.)
Morning Pages Happy void period between Christmas and New Years! We are back on for the week in which I will talk all about what I learned this fall. The first such thing is Morning Pages. I write them in a Field Notes notebook because writing them in my main journal is too long and… Continue reading Spinning
No not this David Finch This one. Forgive me for this one because there will be a lot of comic book puns. David J. Finch is like me—a writer, a parent, and husband. At my age, he was diagnosed with Aspergers. But when he was a kid he was also diagnosed with ADD and… Continue reading The Journal of Best Practices by David J. Finch
The first symptoms of my conditions are dysthymia and extreme egotism, which—I think—if you read this website you can see that I have that. The first thing that damages one’s relationship with others as someone with ADD and Aspergers is how self-centered they are, unfocused, and inflexible. They are used to managing themselves through their… Continue reading How to Talk So Little Kids Listen By Joanna Faber and Julia King
The book and my journal--open to today's entry. What finally convinced me to read the Meditations by Marcus Aurelius was how frequently it was mentioned in the Bullet Journal Method by Ryder Carroll. The other thing that struck me was that Carroll was diagnosed with ADD when he was younger and eventually this led to… Continue reading The Method.