Working in the IT world with tools like Microsoft Project, I recently had a thought about a possible medical advancement that just might offer us a workable solution for ADD/ADHD. Imagine that, no more challenges with ADD/ADHD!

I wonder if there is a way to have Microsoft Project 2010 installed into the brain of a person with ADD? For those of you not familiar with this software, Microsoft Project is a project management software designed to assist project managers in developing plans, assigning resources to tasks, tracking progress, managing budgets and analyzing workloads. It allows users to create schedules, customize calendars and much more.

Now think about the types of challenges that many ADD'ers face; staying focused, remembering tasks, budget issues, understanding when we are doing too much, planning and more. Seems like the latest version of this software just might be the fix if we can find a way to integrate it into the human brain.........that may take a few years yet ;)

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Jeff Hamilton

Jeff Hamilton writes about the challenges of living with Adult Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD).

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