Also, if I am in a meeting, and I am not presenting, or at least being asked to contribuite meaningfully, I literally go to sleep. A few years ago, the second in charge of my Agency sent an e-mail to my BlackBerry with a subject of "WAKE UP! " during a meeting. I was out cold. My Blackberry buzzed, I read that, looked right up at her, and she was staring me in the eye barely able to suppress the laughter rising from within her. It was a funny moment. We were cool so she never razzed me about it.
Finally, if I am expected to do low-level non-creative work, it totally bores me and slows me down.
I have a prescription for Ritalin, as Adderall is name brand and really expensive. I didn't get any meds for ADHD until I was about 30. Many people I've known have said that I am the ADHD poster child. Always happy, creative, talks fast, walks fast, uses much hand movement when talking, fidgets when trying to sit still, blurted out things during grade school I shouldn't have, etc.
BUT - I do not consider this a disorder. At this point to me, it is a gift. I know how to use it. I seek out environments where I am able to supervise myself and be OK. If I do need meds for a particular day or short duration of time, I have them. Rock on. Let's live.