I feel like I should get this list printed on an index card and pass it out to people I meet – blind them with my magical side first. “LOOK HOW COOL I AM? SEE? I REALLY AM COOL! PAY NO ATTENTION TO THAT CRAZY LADY BEHIND THE CURTAIN!” ~ST
Entertain your friends with witty one-liners and sharp come backs.
Insomnia makes for more time to stay up and surf the net!
The drive of Hyper-Focus
Drop names like Edison, Einstein, Walt Disney and Beethoven in conversations.
Can see all of your worldly possessions at one time…because they are all over the floor.
A strong sense of what is FAIR
Willing to take a Risk
Eager, creative, provides original ideas or isn’t afraid to steal them.
Make far reaching analogies that no one else understands. Write them off as “Deep Thoughts”.
Keeps meetings lively
The Mind of a Pentium – with only 2Mgs of RAM
Pleasantly and constantly surprised by finding clothing you had forgotten about.
Able to tie seemingly unrelated ideas together.
Able to see The Big Picture while others stumble around in the dark.
Demands to know WHY?
Last of the ROMANTICS
Has a wide variety of interests
Qualify for bulk rate mail on tax returns because you have at least 24 W-2′s attached.
At IQs of 160 and above, virtually all people have AD(H)D symptoms.
An innately better understanding of intuitive technologies such as computers.
In class popularity contests, always voted “Most Entertaining” or “Most Energetic”.
Honestly believes that anything is possible.
Great at Extemporaneous Speaking.
Quickly assimilates new information.
Usually a little smarter than the average bear .
Willing to “step out in faith”.
Rarely satisfied with the status quo.
Can easily replace missing childhood photos with panels from “Calvin & Hobbes”.
Pleasantly and constantly surprised by finding money you had forgotten about.
Blows up, but then usually recovers quickly.
An unstoppable dynamo of human energy.
Doesn’t know when to quit.
Closely attuned to the moods of those around them.
AD(H)D is especially common among artists, musicians, and other creative people.
Can always be depended upon to provide a different perspective.
Many successful entrepreneurs exhibit ADD behaviors.
Will fight for what they believe in.
Excellent motivators of others.