How To Be More Disciplined (From an ENFP with ADHD)

by Dan Johnston

How To Be More Disciplined (From an ENFP with ADHD)

For some people being disciplined is as easy as eating breakfast. Man do I hate those people. For me, being disciplined, productive, and following through on what I say I will do has not always been easy.

Heck, it isn’t even easy now.

As an ENFP, who has ADHD, this is always an area of struggle for me BUT the studies, ideas, and strategies in this video have helped me write (and finish) books, succeed in my own business, and even, from time to time, get in decent physical shape.

It is my hope that they can help you too have more discipline and use that discipline to pursue your dreams and do more of the things you love.

The Wheel Of Life: A Self-Assessment Tool

by Dan Johnston

The Wheel Of Life: A Self-Assessment Tool

The Wheel of Life is a great tool for assessing your life and finding out what areas you need to work on. It also works as a fantastic coaching tool for quickly getting to know your clients.

Have As Much Fun As Possible, and Be Able To Pay For It (In Cash)

by Dan Johnston

“Have As Much Fun As Possible, and Be Able To Pay For It (In Cash)” That’s how this whole crazy journey got started back in 2012. The most fun year of my life to date, all started with this simple intention (aka goal) for the year. I didn’t have an action plan, flow charts, or even a single “smart” goal. …

5 Ways To Be More Confident and Make Things Happen

by Dan Johnston

What makes the difference between those who pull it off and seem to be living the dream, and those who delay or flat out fail to pull the trigger? The more I explored this question, the clearer the answer became…

How To Quit Your Job Now and Keep Getting Paid

by Dan Johnston

In this article you’ll learn a unique strategy for overcoming our instinctual fear of change. This strategy will allow you to effectively make a big change today without it being official for weeks or months to come. The example in the article involves quitting your job without stopping your paycheques, yet this same strategy could be applied to shutting down a business, dissolving a partnership or ending a bad relationship.