It’s hard to believe that 2008 is almost over. It’s been quite an eventful year and definitely full of changes.
Some of the changes of 2008 were welcomed changes and some were not.
Changes in the world and in our own lives give us the opportunity to re-evaluate our lives.
People with ADHD
constantly need to re-evaluate the systems and strategies they are using. The end of 2008 is a great time to begin or continue to re-evaluate before planning and implementing changes in 2009.
  A few question to are yourself are:                        

  • What DID work for me in 2008?
  • What did not work for me in 2008?
  • What do I want for myself in 2009?
  • What can I add in 2009?
  • What can I change in 2009                     

Some people can ask these questions to themselves, figure out the answers, and implement them on their own. For others the help of a professional like an ADHD Coach or an ADD Coaching Program might be helpful. Either way, now is a good time to begin thinking about a plan for 2009.

    1 Response to "Re-evaluate and Change"

    • Kathleen Christensen

      Great questions!

      For a few years, I made two lists at the beginning of each new year. One was goals for the upcoming year. The other was a list of accomplishments from the past year. It’s so easy for me to see all I want to do and all I want to do better and all I haven’t done, and to ignore what I actually have accomplished, no matter how trivial it may seem to the non-ADD world. The list of accomplishments helped me counteract that tendency.

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