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What are good career choices for a technically savvy middle-aged woman with ADD?

I'm having a career crisis. I have add - the kind that makes organizing and getting strarted extremely difficult and also involves careless/sloppy mistakes. I've been a project manager for 15 year, PMI certified - but I don't enjoy it much - esp the planning and detail tracking. I'm intelligent, I like technology - not exactly a nerd - but not far from it. I love helping people and working with children - I'm good at detecting patterns and solving problems. In addition to the ADD related issues I'm a conflict avoided. I did the 'discover your strengths' thing - but it doesn't offer much in the way of practical advice on how to leverage my talents.

Asked By: Fanny B - 1/12/2007
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Gosh, I can relate to you very much. I have not formally been diagnosed with ADD but I believe I either have it or something similar. I'm also middle aged, in a career crisis, in a job that I hate. I can be an excellent employee, but I can't figure out why I've totally lost interest lately.... could it have... More
Answered By: Pablo - 1/12/2007
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a porn site maybe
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Answered By: kurticus1024 - 1/12/2007
 
Stop using the cliched office speak, put in lots of hard work and you too could reach the dizzy heights of village idiot.
Answered By: chizza - 1/12/2007
 
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Answered By: Michael - 1/12/2007
 
I think I have the perfect business for you. It's a home business in the health and wellness industry with a product that is both medically and scientifically proven. I would love for you to read up on what it does to help people with ADD... More
Answered By: Mexico4me - 1/12/2007
 
As a school psychologist who has worked with adults and children, I suggest you speak with a medical professional you like. Over the last five years, there have been phenomenal advances in medications which make a big difference. In addition, check out programs for eye-tracking which train the brain to operate... More
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