As states continue to reopen gradually, millions of employees continue to work remotely.
The transition has presented adults with adult attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) with unique challenges impeding their productivity.
While there is no known cure for ADHD, treatment and proactive decision-making can mitigate its effects. CNN recommends following these simple tips for adults who find themselves struggling now that they’re not in a traditional workplace.
Plan your day the evening before to be successful in managing performance and behavior at work, Nordmeyer suggested.
When planning, note what your top few priorities are. What do you need to focus on and when? How do those priorities map out the flow of your day?
Since dopamine declines from the morning to evening, split up your day to focus on undesirable, complex tasks earlier in the day and easy, fun assignments toward the end of the day.
Just as you may have shown up to work early enough in time to start at 9 a.m., keep up that same morning routine at home.