13 Ways to Defeat Analysis Paralysis
Are you frozen somewhere between, “There’s too much information to consider” and “I can’t make up my mind?” People with ADHD excel at making split-second decisions under high-pressure circumstances. What's much tougher: weighing complex information to make an informed choice. These strategies can help.
Some Like It Hot
Those with ADHD are often great at making “hot decisions” at urgent moments—a sudden household crisis or getting a friend to the emergency room. Fast-moving events light up the neurotransmitters of the ADHD brain and focus attention. We are not as good at making “cold decisions,” which are information-driven and require us to make up our minds after a lot of thought.