Mind, Body, Soul
As the old saying goes, a picture is worth one thousand words. A photograph can evoke a myriad of emotions; in contrast, images can inspire hope and patriotism.
In right-brain thinking, most people tend to think that there is something wrong with them. They tend to put a lot of energy into thinking about what they do wrong instead of what they do right. You may not think you do anything right, but you do. What you need to do is play on your strengths. You can't become a left-brain thinker just because you want to, but you can use your own way of thinking as an asset.
You, the right brain thinker, can find a different way to put things into sequence, you can use your visual skills to balance out your life, prioritize, and add value to it. Create a picture of a sequence and this form of organization will work for you; focus on what is right about you. As a right-brain thinker, your visual mind holds its information in pictures, vivid images that you don't realize because you have lived your life with this way of thinking.
Use this ability to your advantage, for example, you may be able to see a non-existent thing in your mind's eye as if it were as real as the picture you hold in your hand. It's something that you can take for granted, or grow to understand, cultivate, and reap its benefits. The ability to create and hold vivid images in your mind is a gift that you can use to your benefit...to be continued...( 4 Weeks to an Organized Life with ADHD, Jefferey Freed M.A.T. & Joan Shapiro, M.D.).