ADHD Secrets of Success

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An Updated Version of the Classic "Focus Your Energy"

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It's the book for adults with ADHD who are looking for success in the business world. Starting from the premise that nearly all good entrepeneurs are "born Hunters," Hartmann shows how to select an industry in which to start a business, how to grow the business.

ADHD Secrets of Success is one of the best how-to business books around, as well as an excellent source of information on ADD. Starting from the premise that nearly all good entrepreneurs are "born Hunters," Hartmann shows how to select an industry in which to start a business, how to grow the business, discusses partnerships and relationships in business, corporate structures, and how to avoid the disasters and pitfalls that so often plague ADD entrepreneurs.

"This pithy and inspired book fills a great need in the ADD world: A concise, practical guide Focus Your Energy is a gem!"

-- Edward Hallowell, MD, co-author of "Driven to Distraction"

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