Tracy reads non-fiction exclusively and hasn’t been an avid fiction reader since she was 12. She’s often wondered if those with ADHD read more non-fiction than fiction so she asked her Facebook Group of smart ADHD women.
Here’s what Tracy covers:
- Do those with ADHD really have a preference for non-fiction?
- What are the reasons that might be so?
- If you struggle with reading non-fiction books you might be interested in this hack to actually finish them
- This feeling that many of us have that there’s never enough time to learn about everything we’re interested in
- The character strengths that so many of us share which is apparent in our love of non-fiction books.
- How non-fiction books help us to make connections and generate new ideas
- How audiobooks can help us when we lack focus
- What to do when you’re afraid you’ll hyperfocus on a book and can’t stop reading until you’ve finished reading the book
- Do you read non-fiction for knowledge or recreation?
- What about the women who only read fiction, how do they feel about reading non-fiction.
What’s Katy’s hack for reading non-fiction, learning and remembering what you learn?
Host Tracy Otsuka is a lawyer, not a doctor, a life-long student, not a coach. She’s also the creator of Coretography a patent pending system that helps smart, driven women understand their own unique ADHD brain and use it to their advantage.
Tracy will be talking about ADHD. Your super powers, your symptoms, your solutions and work-arounds and how you proudly stand out. Tracy credits ADHD for some of her superpowers and much of her success in life.