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Black Friday Sale + ADHD Course Bonus
I’m super excited to announce that for Black Friday and Cyber Monday, the paperback edition of Extra Focus: The Quick Start Guide to Adult ADHD is going on sale for the first time! (the ebook is on sale too!)
You can get copies for nearly half price, a great way to stock up on gifts to give to your friends and family. 🎁
Also, I’m bringing back the ADHD course bonus!
If you buy any copies of the book during this sale, forward your receipt to email@example.com to get access to recordings from the live ADHD cohort course I ran earlier this year.
This ADHD course is over four hours of video content spread over six recordings which include a deeper dive into a lot of the content covered in the book as well as additional strategies and some live Q&As about living with ADHD.
Links to buy Extra Focus
I wrote Extra Focus to be an ADHD starting guide that people with ADHD can actually read. The book is full of beautiful illustrations and has over 40 strategies specifically tailored for the ADHD brain.
It’s for anyone that wants to better understand how and why the ADHD brain works differently, and what you can do about it to embrace those brain differences and stop trying to force toxic productivity strategies that don’t work.
Here are a few things some people have said about Extra Focus:
Extra Focus is an entertaining and incredibly easy read, with no unnecessary repetition for the sake of extra pages. Just concise information and practical tips, sprinkled with tons of relatable ‘ohhhh, it’s not just me!’ moments.
— Dani Donovan (The Anti-Planner)
“Jesse’s quick start guide is a fantastic place to start for anyone looking to better understand their—or a loved one’s—ADHD.”
— Jessica McCabe (How to ADHD)
I’ve been waiting for Jesse Anderson to get all his ideas down in a book. His newsletter and tweets have improved my life so much. He gets the ADHD brain better than anyone I’ve seen and offers usable, smart tools and the context to make me interested in them.
— Adam Davidson (NPR’s Planet Money podcast, The Passion Economy)
Extra Focus is a compelling read for those who have wondered why they just can’t focus the way other people can. Packed with strategies, anecdotes and revelations, it’s a must-read on the topic.
— Anna David (New York Times bestselling author)
Critical insights on ADHD and actionable strategies to deal with it. Wonderfully describes and simplifies the concept.
— Derek Sivers (How to Live, Hell Yeah or No, Anything You Want)
Many parents, partners, and friends of people with ADHD say the book has been a great way to better understand their loved ones.
If you enjoy this newsletter and haven’t read the book yet, pick up a copy!
I think you’ll love it.
Jesse J. Anderson
I had a wonderful conversation with my friend Michele on her podcast Software Social about living with ADHD, how I was able to finish writing my book despite falling into the “trough of despair”, and lots of other thoughts about entrepreneurship with ADHD.
It was such a fun conversation, you should definitely check it out!
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