I am really struggling 20+ years into my career and feel I need professional help to get on track. I'm underemployed at a doomed startup and getting passed after every interview I go on.
If I can't find someone who specializes in ADHD, I'd like to at least find someone who specializes in tech career counseling.
Edit: I just found this . I'm looking for tech-specific coaches now.
It feels like everything I do is a half-assed, anxious effort at getting something done. Has anyone else felt this way and overcome this feeling or gotten solid work done?
外围体育投注I was working on troubleshooting a problem most of the day yesterday, but once it was done I was able to start working on a new project. It was probably about 4:00 or so when I did that.
This new project involves getting CSV exports of a database from someone else, and doing an ETL (extract, transform, load) process on them. I haven't gotten a sample of the files yet, but we currently外围体育投注 have access directly to their database (trying to get rid of that server though), so I was still able to make headway on the project.
外围体育投注I was getting a lot done, and figured it must be getting close to the end of work (I usually get done about 5:00-5:15). I figured it was maybe 4:50-ish.
I look up at the clock and it's 5:59 ...
外围体育投注I was really disoriented for a minute, unsure if "5" was "17" and whether that was really the time I was supposed to get off, stuff like that.
Once I figured myself out lol, I realized this was perfect and I could make up all the time for taking off early on Monday! So I worked till 6:30.
TL;DR: I got really into work and thought it was not even 5:00 yet when it really was 6:00, doubted everything, then kept working.
外围体育投注I have an interview tomorrow and I was going to try to review some stuff for it. I was wondering if it is better to just go to bed and then try to get up workout and then review a couple things. Or stay up late. I think I already answered my question by typing this out lol.