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Greetings from the Land of Oz!
Last week, I told you that I was having a problem getting motivated and asked for help. Paula from Montreal sent me a sanity saving tip! She helped me get unstuck from the wheel-spinning, unproductive place that I was in. You can read Paula's fabulous advice in the ADD Forum under "Living well with ADD-Tip 5" Thanks to Paula, I was able to accomplish a lot this week. The book is done, along with those pesky graphics. It is loaded into the BellaOnline E-book system and is pending review.
The article this week tells how to get organized to help a cause that a person feels strongly about. It is a personal call to action to help a worthy cause. I thought long and hard before asking for your to do this. However, this is such an important cause, that I thought that I would ask for your help.
Organizing for a Cause and ADD
People with Attention Deficit Disorder often have great difficulty getting organized. What if you have a cause that you feel passionately about? How can you get yourself organized to help? What can you do? This article uses an ongoing personal cause to bring these questions and their answers to life
I wrote this after I started organizing to help the Burge Bird Rescue expand their rescue operation. It struck me that others might like some guidance to working on a cause that they are passionate about. So, here is the article. Look in the forum for more information about this effort.
I hope you have a blessed week. If you have a cause that you feel passionately about, please post it in the forum. Let us know if you have any more tips for organizing.
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Connie Mistler Davidson, Attention Deficit Disorder Editor
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