As shown on our Thinking Style page, 80% of us possess the capacity to think about things in a creative way. Our Characteristics page and AD(H)D page show that sometimes that roaming creativity can be like a Puppy Mind.
Too often this free-range attention spread throughout the environment is deemed a negative, a dis-ability, something to be corrected. In fact, when strong nonverbal thinkers realize this distractibility is an indicator of what is right with them, not what is wrong with them, they can take pride in their 'puppy mind' and use it to their advantage.
Contact Elsie to investigate how behaviors considered Attention DEFICIT can be more accurately described as Attention SURPLUS. By learning how to take advantage of a natural way of thinking, pride and responsibility replaces shame often associated with Puppy Mind.