Never thought of it quite this way, but fits me to a T.
“Zig-zagging your way through life to the top!”
I heard this phrase from one of the speakers at the San Francisco CHADD conference. I thought it perfectly describes some of the people I know with Attention Deficit Hyper-Activity Disorder (ADHD). I liked how it sounded, since the person’s trajectory of goals was still pointing North for success. It took into account the zig-zagging that a person’s points of performance can take during the day, week, month or year in the life of ADHD. I thought it was very descriptive and “un”shaming. It gives hope that in spite of zig-zagging, you can still be moving forward in a positive direction!
I am still chewing on the informative and inspiring talks at the conference. I left for the conference tired from many hours at work, wondering how I was going to rise to the energy needed to sit for that many hours…
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