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Driven to Distraction at Work Introduction. Learn about ADT (Attention Deficit Trait), its traits, how it effects your focus and productivity, and what are the six most common distractions at work and how to overcome them.

How to Focus and Be More Productive by Dr. Hallowell

Dr. Hallowell, world-renowned for his 30+ years of work as “the Focus Doctor”, now identifies the underlying reasons why people really lose their ability to focus at work—where many of today’s adults feel distracted and unproductive. He explains why commonly offered solutions like “learn to manage your time better” or “make a to-do list” just don’t work because they don’t address the deeper, underlying issues of mental distraction at play.

The following 10 tips, each 3 words long, are part of the book. Please let me know if you find them helpful! – Edward Hallowell, M.D.

Achieve Focus 3 Words at a Time (each 3 words long)

1.    Do The Impossible.
2.    Trust Your Way.
3.    Take A Break.
4.    T.I.O. Turn It Off.
5.    Ask For Help. 
6.    Take Your Time. 
7.    Close Your Eyes.
8.    Draw A Picture.
9.    Talk To Yourself.
10.   Do What Works. 

You can purchase Driven to Distraction at Work at: AmazonBarnes & Noble,  Books-a-million, iBooks and Indiebound.

Do you have Attention Deficit Trait (ADT)? Take this quiz to find out.


Attention Deficit Trait (ADT) – Overloaded Circuits: Why Smart People Under Perform

Driven to Distraction At Work recommended in article “8 books to Read When You’re Stuck in a Rut at Work.

Driven to Distraction at Work book reviews:

Dr. Hallowell in Time Article – Dr. Hallowell was quoted in the ‘what brain science says about ADHD’ section and his book, Driven to Distraction, is listed in additional reading resources in this TIME article “Growing Up With ADHD”.

What Are the Most Common Distractions at Work? Dr. Hallowell details the six most common distractions at work, and how to overcome them: Screen Sucking, Multitasking, Idea Hopping, Worrying, Playing the Hero and Dropping the Ball in this Business Insider article.

Manage Brain Overload in the Workplace – Staying focused at work is difficult. Take a quiz to see how your fare in ADT, and learn tips to keep you focused. Read more and take the quiz at Wealthmanagement.com.

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