I appeared on ADHD Support Talk Radio, discussing the agile way of dealing with and preventing emotional overwhelm.
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- The role of emotions in cultivating performance and productivity
- Cultivating emotional resilience and intelligence is a high impact productivity strategy for everyone and particularly for creatives, HSP (Highly Sensitive People), ADHD, Gifted Adults, and other neurodiverse individuals.
- How your personal metaphors affect your emotional life and how you handle conflict.
- Common metaphors that affect what you perceive is normal, acceptable, or disordered.
- The car and plane metaphors for different personality and productivity styles.
- Why some people are natural prioritizers and some are natural agilizers.
- Why having special talents makes a lot of things in life easier and also makes a lot of things harder.
- Comparing self-control and need-responsive as diverse styles – the agile way values both styles
- Recognizing the biases that affect our ability to accept ourselves, value our differences with each other, and ultimately make it more difficult to cultivate emotional resilience
- The potential value of conflict (opposites attract)
- Alternatives to the “Time is Money” metaphor that leads to overwhelm and high stress
- The concepts of “relative best” and “template automation” as flexible, agile optimization strategies
- How we learn to become “control freaks” even though it’s not our innate nature
- The agile way of using your calendar
- How we can easily strengthen multiple abilities such as: mindsight, mindfulness, and ability to pay attention and mediate inner conflict using just one or two of the activities you are already doing.
Learn more about AgiliZen and and the 8 Habits of Personal Agility for Optimizing Performance and Productivity here.