DIG Coaching Practice Presents "Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) as Impacted by Filters on One’s Beliefs, Expectations, Interpretations, Judgments, and Perspectives"
In this episode host Jeff Copper looks at filters, things that impact what we pay attention to such as assumptions, beliefs, expectations, ideas, interpretations, judgments, opinions, perspectives, thoughts, or views. Jeff will look at what is common to all filters, discusses how they impact what is obvious, and the role they play in how those with or impacted with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) go about finding solutions. Listen to the show for this insightful discussion.
In this episode, Copper also discusses the challenges of attention deficit disorder. He shares his experience as one of the world’s few attention coaches where he has discovered that nothing works at its highest level, whether in life, business, or career, if one pays attention to the wrong thing. All the training, education, consulting, or counseling is only as good as the accuracy or quality of where one’s attention is focused.
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