ADHD PodcastOur guest on the latest Podcast is Dr. Ari Tuckman, who talks to us about ADHD and Executive Functions. Take a listen to:

  • Find out what executive functions are
  • Discover the specific executive functions weaknesses that adults with ADHD deal with
  • Pick up some helpful tips and strategies for managing adult ADHD that take these executive functions weaknesses into account

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And if you find this podcast helpful, then be sure to join us next week on February 21 & 22 for the ADHD & Executive Functions Forum. This 2-evening, online class with Dr. Ari Tuckman will help you to understand your brain so you can better manage your life.



Jennifer Koretsky About Jennifer Koretsky

Jennifer Koretsky, SCAC is the Managing Partner of the ADD Management Group, LLC and Chief Executive Officer of She is a Senior Certified ADHD Coach, and the author of Odd One Out: The Maverick's Guide to Adult ADD.


  1. Can I blame a weakness in executive functions for IGNORING a timer? or when a timer goes off, thinking “No, I want to continue doing what I’m doing right now” or “What I’m doing right now is more important than whatever I set the timer for”? It’s like my priorities are constantly shifting in my head. For instance, the timer goes off to tell me it’s time to get ready for bed. But instead of stopping what I’m doing (even when what I’m doing is NOT a priority and is NOT important), I think, “I’ll stop in a few minutes.” But “a few minutes” turns into an hour. Is this just IRRESPONSIBILITY, or a more severe weakness in executive functions? It’s like sometimes when I think of something I need to do, I just blow myself off (ignore myself)! I feel like a disobedient child who needs a nanny to MAKE me do things I should do.

    • Jennifer Koretsky Jennifer Koretsky says:

      Hi Canny – yes, to some degree you can blame executive functions weaknesses! And the problems you describe are actually quite common. :) Have you explored ADHD treatment options, like medication, coaching, etc?


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