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10 Advantages of ADD in a High Tech Career

10 Advantages of ADD in a High Tech Career

Don’t be discourage if you have ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder), you will be suprise how much advantages you will get in some areas – such as in a high technology career. Pete Quily has identified ten ADD advantages in hi-tech job. They are:

  1. The Ability to Hyperfocus.
  2. Rapid Fire Mind.
  3. Multitasking at Will.
  4. High Energy Level.
  5. Highly Creative.
  6. Quick Learner.
  7. Stimulus Seeking Brain.
  8. Constantly Scanning your Environment.
  9. Great in a Crisis.
  10. Risk Taker.

The article does not talk in detail how one with ADD can be hyperfocus and engage in a task. Does anyone have a pointer or reference on this point?

Top 10 Advantages of ADD in a High Tech Career – [Adult ADD Strengths]

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Last Updated on November 3, 2019

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