How to Focus and Be More Productive with Dr.Hallowell

The Real Deal with Jason Silverman featuring Dr. Hallowell (How to Focus and Be More Productive)

Welcome to this edition of THE REAL DEAL with Jason Silverman!
700x700Jason Silverman got a chance to catch up with NY Times best selling author Dr. Hallowell for a fun and truly eye opening conversation on how to be more focused and productive. If you’re looking to take your business (and your life) to the next level, this podcast is a must!

What are you waiting for??  You’re going to get a ton of value from this one!

Strap yourself in and get ready!  This is going to be great!

A little about Dr. Hallowell…


Edward (Ned) Hallowell, M.D., is a child and adult psychiatrist, a NY Times bestselling author, a world-renowned speaker and a leading authority in the field of ADHD. He is a graduate of Harvard College and Tulane Medical School, and the founder of The Hallowell Centers in Boston MetroWest, MA, New York City, San Francisco, CA and Seattle, WA. He was a Harvard Medical School faculty member for 21 years and now devotes his full professional attention to his clinical practice, lectures, and the writing of books.  He has authored 20 books on various psychological topics, including attention deficit disorder, the power of human connection, the childhood roots of happiness in life, methods of forgiving others, dealing with worry and managing excessive busyness.


Listen to today’s podcast and discover…

  1. In your 20th and latest book, Driven to Distraction at Work: How to Focus and Be More Productive, you detail the underlying reasons why people lose their ability to focus at work. Can you share some of those reasons with us now?


  1. Magazines and self-help books offer solutions such as “learn to manage your time better” or “make a to-do list”, but why do you feel these recommendations don’t address the deeper, underlying issues of mental distraction?


  1. You are the host of the Distraction Podcast. Can this new podcast series help folks in the business world?


  1. Your four Hallowell Centers, in Boston, New York City, Seattle and San Francisco, focus on your strength-based approach. Can you describe what “strength-based” means how it benefits people?


  1. Do you think you will author any more books in the future?


  1. Can you suggest the single most important attribute that a person in the business world should possess, and why?