ADD & Mastering It! – 36 Strategies That Work! (Download)

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(8 customer reviews)

$19.99 USD

ADD & Mastering It!  provides you with proven strategies for dealing with your Adult Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.

As seen on PBS, this popular “user’s manual” for ADHD was created by the makers of the award-winning ADD & Loving It?!  And who would know how to deal with this disorder better than the no-longer-suffering poster boys of ADHD, comedians Patrick McKenna and Rick Green! (Okay, and the 20 ADHD experts they interviewed.)

  • Learn in a style created by and for those with an ADHD mindset, as Patrick and Rick present a playful approach to taking on new and productive habits.
  • Pick and choose from 36 tools and strategies that will not only help you manage your ADHD, but actually allow you to thrive!
  • Turn ADHD traits into advantages as you explore for yourself the proven strategies that others have used successfully in their own lives.

If you’re thinking, “36 strategies?! I can’t keep my attention on 2 things,” don’t worry!  ADD & Mastering It!  gives you a range of tools to try out–if something doesn’t work, ditch it and move on! This video puts choice into your hands—there’s something for everyone!

Put these approaches to the test and find out why people are saying, “I used to suffer from ADHD. Now I just have it.

Video Length: 56 Minutes

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ADD & Mastering It!

ADD & Mastering It! provides you with proven strategies for dealing with your Adult Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.

As seen on PBS, this popular “user’s manual” for ADHD was created by the makers of the award-winning ADD & Loving It?! And who would know how to deal with this disorder better than the no-longer-suffering poster boys of ADHD, comedians Patrick McKenna and Rick Green! (Okay, and the 20 ADHD experts they interviewed.)

  • Learn in a style created by and for those with an ADHD mindset, as Patrick and Rick present a playful approach to taking on new and productive habits.
  • Pick and choose from 36 tools and strategies that will not only help you manage your ADHD, but actually allow you to thrive!
  • Turn ADHD traits into advantages as you explore for yourself the proven strategies that others have used successfully in their own lives.

If you’re thinking, “36 strategies?! I can’t keep my attention on 2 things,” don’t worry! ADD & Mastering It! gives you a range of tools to try out–if something doesn’t work, ditch it and move on! This video puts choice into your hands—there’s something for everyone!

Put these approaches to the test and find out why people are saying, “I used to suffer from ADHD. Now I just have it.

Testimonials

“An awesome compilation of tips presented in an absolutely wonderful delivery mode for someone with ADD/ADHD! Addresses our most troublesome deficits. I highly recommend it to ADD/ADHD folks and their partners. Thank you so much!!! -S

“I sat there and watched my whole life explained. I got teary, which is huge because I don’t cry, that was abused out of me long ago. Now I’m ready for what can be. I’m working on understand who I am. Thank you, for giving me a life.” -JA

“Like looking in a mirror and seeing myself and the difficulties that I struggle with most days… like finding the hidden passage to a lost treasure.” -BB

Download the free Cheat Sheet on this page

 

8 reviews for ADD & Mastering It! – 36 Strategies That Work! (Download)

  1. Bonnie Ihme

    I ordered ADD & loving it along with ADD & Mastering it.
    What I’m finding is that much of the general population doesn’t know the real scoop about ADHD. They learn what they hear many times from people with a wide range of myths. When people learn the facts about what this diagnosis is, it helps dispel the fear and negativity that goes along with it. ADHD is a very serious condition, though it has it’s perks. I can’t imagine educating anyone better about the facts than information given with honesty and hilarity by those associated with Totally A.D.D. Their books and DVD’s are ones I’ll absolutely share with friends and family because they’re truly enlightening and entertaining. Thank you all for reaching out and presenting such an important topic to others in such a fun way.

  2. Bonnie W Johnson

    ADD & Mastering It.

    You can read all 36 strategies discussed in this video in a free Cheat Sheet on totallyadd.com. Who doesn’ t like free?

    As I read the Cheat Sheat, some tips were familar, others were described in a new way, and some were new.

    Like a serious student, I worked hard to memorize the list. Repeat it aloud, write it down, put the ideas on my own words, … but how was I to go from learning to doing?

    I found my answer by purchasing the downloadable copy of the video. These 36 ideas are presented visually, verbally and augmented with humorous, unforgettable skits

    The next day I found myself recalling these strategies and putting them into use.

    Seeing is remembering, and remembering is half the battle.

  3. A.G.

    Practical suggestions for mastering ADHD. Hoping teen daughter will use some of these suggestions and also be inspired re: career choices. This website is also so helpful!

  4. clp

    I like to define myself by something I read years ago: I have full sixpack without the plastic thingie to hold it all together. This DVD is a great help in learning how to keep it all together.

  5. Alice

    Loved the Video. It’s a video I can’ easily follow. It took my a while though to watch it, and I’m going to have to watch it again. I can’t remember lots of what they said. It was really good though. Best one though was Chunk it Down. Chunk IT. (hahahha my review completely sounds ADD)

  6. cloudyncool

    It’s so heartening to watch this video. If you could, you’d want each one of these experts personally in your corner. But how to find the time to work with all of them? Easy, just watch this and you’ll be well on your way to helping yourself. And when you’re ready to get “outside” help, like a coach, you’ll have an idea what to look for in one. The bonus videos are like a highlighter pen. They’re the perfect desert at the end of a great meal. Very inspiring and hope generating! I’m off to look for a coach… Thanks, TotallyADD!

  7. Rated 5 out of 5

    fyjimojo (verified owner)

    … was surprised how many things I recognized.

    Now age 66, I have learned to exploit my form of ADHD by finding things I enjoyed and was good at.

    “ADD & Mastering It!” prompted me to comment on the ‘white noise’ part. Although not good in sports and school being a struggle, via serendipity, I began racing karts at age 6. I instantly had a knack for it and continued on until retiring in 1984 after winning (2) Grandnational Championships (thank you very much!)

    I pondered why I sucked at sports yet was good at racing. The engine roar inside my helmet (I could scream yet hear nothing), I believe the engine roar drowned out the noise of life, allowing me to focus on the job at hand (racing) without the distraction of incidental noises.

    Over the years I figured out many coping mechanisms offered in the video. Since a kid, depression was ever-present. No antidepressants worked. After a bout with depression lasting until 2001, I saw another psychiatrist who, after 15 minutes of observation, had me take a multiple choice test. He said “I got something for you to try. You will either be bouncing off the wall in 15 minutes or will feel better.” I said “What?” He said ‘Ritalin”. I said “I thought that was for ADD.” He said, “Yeah, I think that is the root of your depression.” So I tried it and BINGO!

    The doctor remarked that I seemed to have my life together so asked how I coped. I showed my Palm Pilot (these days smartphone) which had evolved from carrying a PDA since the early 90s. Before that, I updated and printed an agenda daily and attached it to a clipboard. As the day progressed, I scratched through completed stuff and penciled in new/edited stuff.

    To re-emphasize, for everyone struggling with coping, the video is great!

    BEaLe

  8. Rated 5 out of 5

    That Guy with ADHD (verified owner)

    I did get the video and agree with the previous posters that the skills presented in “ADD and Mastering It” are well worth the price. The quirky humour put me at ease right away and the material presented made sence and were incredibly practicle. Because I have yet to find a medication that works it will be one that I will have to review again and again to reinforce those skills. I especially liked number 21. Patrick might call that one a “Smoker”!

    Thanks to Rick and the gang at “Totally ADD” for putting it together.

    Richard
    AKA That Guy with ADHD

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