Skyrocketing your Production as an ADHD-Entrepreneur
If you’re like me, you probably love the flexibility and freedom that comes with working remotely. But if you’re also like me, you sometimes struggle to stay productive when there are so many distractions around. Here are five ways to optimize your remote workspace for peak productivity!
1) Invest in a comfortable chair and desk for your home office
An ADHD-entrepreneur is a unique breed. We’re creative, passionate, and always looking for the next big thing. But there’s one downside to our ADHD brains: we have trouble sitting still. That’s why a comfortable chair and desk are essential for any ADHD-entrepreneur who wants to be productive at home. We need a chair that lets us move around, and a desk that gives us plenty of space to spread out.
Otherwise, we’ll just get up and pace around the room or fidget with whatever is within reach. So if you’re ADHD and you work from home, make sure your office is set up for success by investing in a comfortable chair and desk. Your productivity will thank you for it.
2) Make sure you have a good internet connection and enough bandwidth to support your needs
An ADHD-entrepreneur is often the life of the party – but only because they’re always the ones starting the party. They’re also the ones who stay up all night long working on their latest project and then wake up at 4 am to do it all over again. So it’s no surprise that an ADHD-entrepreneur needs a strong internet connection to keep up with their fast-paced lifestyle. And not just any old internet connection – they need one with enough bandwidth to support their needs.
Otherwise, they’ll quickly become frustrated and their productivity will suffer. So if you’re an ADHD-entrepreneur, make sure you have a good internet connection and enough bandwidth to support your needs. Otherwise, you’ll be quickly left in the dust.
3) Create a designated workspace that is free from distractions
An ADHD-entrepreneur tends to be creative, easily distracted, and always on the go. This can make it difficult to find a workspace that suits our unique needs. One solution is to create a designated workspace that is free from distractions. This might mean working at a coffee shop, at the library, or even in your car. The important thing is to find a place where you can focus on your work and tune out the rest of the world. Once you’ve found your perfect ADHD-friendly workspace, you’ll be able to work more efficiently and get more done.
4) Establish routine work hours and stick to them as closely as possible
The ADHD-entrepreneur is known for his or her ADHD tendencies, such as having a hard time focusing, being easily distracted, and being impulsive. But there’s one ADHD trait that can actually be helpful in business: the tendency to be a “workaholic.” An ADHD-entrepreneur is often passionate and driven, and they may have trouble shuttering their business thoughts at the end of the day. While this can lead toburnout, it can also be an asset if channeled correctly. One way to do this is by establish routine work hours and sticking to them as closely as possible.
This will help the ADHD-entrepreneur stay focused and prevent them from working around the clock. Additionally, schedule breaks throughout the day to give yourself time to move around and re-energize. And lastly, make sure to set aside time for family and friends; don’t let your business consume your entire life. By following these tips, you can learn to harness your ADHD tendencies and use them to your advantage.
5) Take breaks throughout the day to stay energized and focused
As any entrepreneur with ADHD knows, it can be tough to stay focused and energized throughout the day. The key is to take breaks frequently and give yourself time to move around and clear your head. For me, that means taking a few minutes every hour or so to get up and walk around, do some stretches, or just take a few deep breaths.
Sometimes I even set a timer to remind myself to take a break. It may sound silly, but it really does make a difference. Not only does it help me stay fresh and alert, but it also gives me the chance to clear my head and come back to my work with fresh eyes. So if you’re struggling to maintain your focus, don’t be afraid to take a break. It could be just what you need to stay productive and successful.
So there you have it – five ways to optimize your remote workspace for productivity. I hope these tips help you as much as they’ve helped me. But if you want even more helpful hints and hacks, be sure to check out my Get in Focus and Skyrocket Productivity Workshop. https://getinfocusworkshop.drgetinfocus.com/! I’ll show you tips and hacks you can use for yourself and your workspace to skyrocket your productivity.
Dr Jeff Levine has been working with entrepreneurs to skyrocket production for decades. He is not however a licensed therapist. For resorces on ADHD and therapy, please check here: https://adhdonline.com/get-help/?msclkid=929b135866da187a01fe7122f8fe0765