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October 14, 2021 30 mins

“But people with ADHD, the fact that everybody around us says they have ADHD, it's, it's, it makes this condition a cheap condition. Now everybody can have it just got to have a mobile phone doesn't mean you have ADHD. It just means you're rude, impolite, or just not concentrating at this moment doesn't mean you have a problem to disconnect from one thing and go to another thing, it doesn't mean all the things that ADHD means.”


“And that's what I think that's why I think passion is the most important thing to say to a 20-year-old. Don't chase money, don't chase, ego position, whatever it is. Chase passion. And if you don't know what your passion is, then say to yourself, I don't know what my passion is play around with it for a few years and figure it out. And don't be afraid.”

“My golden rule is not to decide anything on spot. That's, that's my golden rule”


01:45 Understanding my ADHD diagnosis 

04:01 The reality of living with ADHD

09:42 Making it work, working with ADHD 

15:16 Being realistic about having and working with ADHD

20:05 Making things work

23:42 Chase passion 

25:30 The golden rule 

Where to find Hadar Swersky


Who is Hadar Swersky?

I have been involved in business since I can remember myself. Buying, selling, starting new ventures, you name it.

Only after several years in business did I realise that I have severe ADHD that not only affects my “life choices” (risk takers???), but also my day-to-day performance. I set out to establish some ground rules to help me along and found that these rules really helped me succeed.

Over the years I discussed these rules with colleagues and friends and came to the understanding that they were insightful, yet simple to follow, and due to popular demand, I sat down to write down these rules.

This is a book for people with ADHD, it takes just a few minutes to read, yet should have a long-lasting effect on you.

Enjoy your reading and most importantly please write to me and share your experiences after reading this book.


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