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Attention Deficit Trait Audioblog published!



Do you identify yourself with things like these (if not more)...

  • Managing a busy household
  • Kids need to go to the gym classes, dance classes
  • Bosses/Coworkers yelling on the voicemail
  • Frenzied meetings
  • Monitoring several scenarios at one time (multitasking)

These are just a few that I name here. But do you identify yourself with it?

I sometimes do! I have young kids. A baby at home. A busy job and I like to be busy as well in many other activities like seminars, training people on Oracle, writing professional articles, blogging, vlogging....And I do many thing simultaneously (like right now at the time of recording , I was busy installing ubuntu 5.10 on my VMware workstation which I'm busy building a Virtual Appliance for the $100,000 challenge ;))

Hang on, Yes. I DO like to be busy but exhaustion can come in waves and sometimes you are overwhelmed with it.

Many of us may also have this ADT. Nothing wrong , its just a question of priorities. So lets start talking about it and also bask in this special disorder. Bask because if you optimize your life (professional and personal), you can enhance your productivity and get out of that grey cloud called "under achiever".

Listen on...

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