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012 Success with Co-Workers When You Have ADHD

The final episode of our series on working talks about ensuring success with your co-workers and colleagues. Covered will be communicating with co-workers and colleagues, what to think before you speak, managing your space at work, asking for help or asking questions, dealing with due dates and more.

There is a cheatsheet for this episode:

www.abigailwurf.com/cheatsheet012

The podcast is weekly and I welcome comments, questions and topic suggestions. You can leave a message 24/7 at 1-844-ADD-ADHD or use the contact form on the website www.abigailwurf.com/contact.

Abigail Wurf

011 How to Manage Your Work

Continuing our series on working, this episode talks about ways to manage your work. It covers whether to divulge your ADHD in the workplace, working on estimating how long tasks will take, knowing when the task is truly completed, staying on long-term tasks, and being careful about TMI (Too Much Information) in the workplace.

There is a cheatsheet for this episode:

www.abigailwurf.com/cheatsheet011

The podcast is weekly and I welcome comments, questions and topic suggestions. You can leave a message 24/7 at 1-844-ADD-ADHD or use the contact form on the website www.abigailwurf.com/contact.

Abigail Wurf

010 How to Help Your Boss Help You

Continuing our series on working, this episode talks about ways to help your boss help you. It covers prioritizing “urgent” projects, breaking down projects into multiple due dates, accountability, how to receive directions, the value of check ins, the sandwich model for feedback, and modeling how you like to be treated.

There is a cheatsheet for this episode:

www.abigailwurf.com/cheatsheet010

The podcast is weekly and I welcome comments, questions and topic suggestions. You can leave a message 24/7 at 1-844-ADD-ADHD or use the contact form on the website www.abigailwurf.com/contact.

Abigail Wurf

009 Dealing with the Boss and Higher Ups

This episode deals with how to handle your boss and higher ups. I cover resistance, what questions to ask yourself before you speak, being aware of other points of view, dealing with hierarchy and building up credibility.

There is a cheatsheet for this episode that reviews the six tips plus a bonus one:

www.abigailwurf.com/cheatsheet009

The podcast is weekly and I welcome comments, questions and topic suggestions. You can leave a message 24/7 at 1-844-ADD-ADHD or use the contact form on the website www.abigailwurf.com/contact.

Abigail Wurf

008 A Calling Versus a Job

In this episode I discuss the difference between having a job and having a calling. Why it is important to have intrinsic interest in what we do in order for us to be successful.

Also why many of those affected by ADHD choose to become entrepreneurs.

There is no cheatsheet for this episode.

The podcast is weekly and I welcome comments, questions and topic suggestions. You can leave a message 24/7 at 1-844-ADD-ADHD or use the contact form on the website www.abigailwurf.com/contact.

Abigail Wurf

007 Time Management is a Lie

In this podcast episode I discuss:

How time management is a lie because you can’t manage time. It is immutable. You can, though, manage your actions.

To manage your actions you need to become clear on a few things – your roles in life, your big WHYs, global goals, values plus your wants and needs. Once clear on those things you can create your schedule in a manner that moves you towards what you wish to achieve and away from things that are just sucking up your time. The cheatsheet for this episode provides space to do the exercises recommended in the podcast episode. So listen first then use the cheatsheet to work through the information and make it your own.

www.abigailwurf.com/cheatsheet007

The podcast is weekly and I welcome comments, questions and topic suggestions. You can leave a message 24/7 at 1-844-ADD-ADHD or use the contact form on the website www.abigailwurf.com/contact.

Abigail Wurf