The Motive-aider is a programmable behavior modification conditioning device for making new habits and breaking old ones. It is worn on a belt or in a pocket. Periodically, at preset intervals, it emits a silent pulsing signal. Since you only feel the signal and no one can hear it, you can think of it as your personal, private reminder.
It would seem that this device would be perfect to help those that struggle with ADD to keep on track. Often ADD clients lose track of time, forget what they were doing, etc. With the Motive-aider’s preset signals, they would receive a reminder to get back to the original task, to switch tasks, to leave for an appointment in a few minutes, etc.
Doesn’t this seem like the perfect product to keep you on track?