However, he channeled that into swimming, and with “continuous praise and positive reinforcement,” Phelps found the encouragement he needed to fight on to victory.8.
It has been said that he was able to apply himself though this by smoking pot, which helped him focus and alleviate his back pain.2.
Richard Branson, Business Mogul Sir Richard Branson is the definition of a mogul.
Neeleman credits much of his success to having ADHD, saying that with the disorder comes creativity and the ability to think outside the box.4.
Will Smith, Actor/Producer/Rapper The fresh prince has done it all in his illustrious career — from creating one of the greatest sitcoms of all time to putting out bangers in the 90s, big Willy is that dude!
So he just does what any great actor does — wing it! Not only was he one of the most bad ass presidents of all time, but he changed what it meant to be an Elite gentleman.
From leading the country to banging young Marilyn, John really left his mark on America — with ADHD of course.
He has since transcended his success to movies and business. During his NBA career, he became the greatest of all time and made basketball what it is today. He has his hands in a lot of pots and is always looking for his next move — a common trait to this condition. Jim Carrey, Actor/Comedian/Poducer Jim Carrey has been making us laugh for over two decades and in case you haven’t realized it by now, the guy has a serious case of ADHD.
He remembers coping by being the class clown, and said that it’s “hard for me to come down from what I do.” That hasn’t stopped him from putting out some of the most epic comedies of all time and acting like a complete nutcase wherever he goes. David Neeleman, Aviation Entrepreneur David Neeleman is a boss.
The following is a brief questionnaire for you if you suspect that you may have ADHD.