HEY, JOIN THE MOVEMENT!
THE GLOBAL ASSOCIATION FOR DISTRACTED PEOPLE
We who sometimes forget
MAKE YOURSELF, OR A FRIEND, A MEMBER AND GET:
1. A multi-year membership and a diploma that raises tolerance and impresses friends, work colleagues and family.
2. A newsletter (2–4/year) with distracted stories (good laughs), research (hope), and tips about devices, apps, and other stuff that makes life easier (such as less time spent searching for things).
For only 6 dollars!
Immediate delivery of PDF and welcome letter
A PERFECT GIFT – FULL OF FUNNY STORIES
AN UNFORGETTABLE BOOK
A must read for distracted people
In this book, you have distracted stories from around the world. In some (perhaps many) cases, you may recognize yourself or a distracted friend.
Most stories are from people who have applied or been recommended for membership and others, who wanted to share distracted observations. For instance, the woman who told us that her sister took the bus to the car inspection service…
You’ll also find reports, tips and research that will make your life as a distracted easier. It is a great read and a perfect gift.
We were a group of distracted friends who felt people around us were increasingly annoyed by our distractedness. It came to a point where we said there ought to be an assocation advocating the right to be distracted. We, of course, forgot to start the association. But years later, Johan Rapp recalled this wonderful idea. It was founded in Sweden where it has tens of thousands of followers and is now spreading around the world.
If you wish to contact us, send a mail:
CHAIRMAN AND FOUNDER: Johan Rapp, lives in Stockholm, Sweden. He saw the need for an association early in his life as relatives and friends kept reminding him of how distracted he was. But, for many many years, he forgot to start one, until one day …
BOARD MEMBER: Julia Marshall, runs a children’s book company Gecko Press from New Zealand (geckopress.com). She is daily involved in distracted situations. For instance, when she visited Pisa to see the leaning tower, she was so distracted that she missed it.
BOARD MEMBER: Åke Malm, Bangkok. A freelance writer and a tall man who speaks in few words. He can appear very orderly, almost pedantic. But those who know him, soon realize that behind the facade is a truly distracted person.
BOARD MEMBER: Art Max, humoristic former head of the Associated Press in Holland and India, who runs a boutique hotel in Sri Lanka with his wife Ruth. When asked about being a member of the board of this association he may (again) say: “Am I?”
BOARD MEMBER: Aubrey Edwards, a New Orleans-based portrait photographer and educator. Regular pastimes include forgetting what day it is, staring at clouds moving in the sky, leaving her purse in taxi cabs and not finding the keys at home.
STRATEGIC ADVISOR: Henrik Ahlen, always equipped with the latest technical gear and on the lookout for future trends, helps the association navigate in the 21st century. Not distracted enough to be a board member, but developing in that direction