About Paul Scrivens


Let’s break this page down into two parts.

The first part will be for you. The second part will be for me.

Sound like a good deal?

Why You Want to Be Here

You’re a talented underachiever.

That’s the best way to describe it. You can do things well, but you aren’t where you want to be.

You wake up each day with a game plan of how to make it happen and go to bed wondering if it will ever happen.

It doesn’t matter how many fortune cookie tweets you read or books you consume by the gurus, you just aren’t where you want to be.

This site is an exploration of how to get where you want to be by becoming who you should be.

Why I am Here

“You’re so smart.”

I didn’t realize how much of a curse this phrase would be until I turned 30. My whole life I was told how smart I was and that was easy to handle through school.

Then I got to college and coasted through some classes, but hit some major roadblocks in others. Basically, in college, I had to pay attention and study which I was never taught to do.

What made it worse is that even when I wanted to pay attention I couldn’t. I physically couldn’t.

So it got to the point where I just wouldn’t go to classes because I knew I’d be wasting my time. I’d keep up with the syllabus and learn on my own.

That got me through just fine.

When I entered the real world I figured it would be a breeze, but I never knew what I wanted to be. I couldn’t choose a career path because there was nothing I could say I wanted to devote my life to.

There is nothing wrong with that except that even though I was capable of things (web development, design, copywriting, etc), I always felt like a fraud because they weren’t my things.

So I started my own business. It succeeded and failed at the same time.

I continued to make money online through different journeys until I got to the point where I wasn’t making any money. Not because I didn’t know how, but because I continued to jump into different interests and never built up anything sustainable.

When I was close to done with a project I would get bored and jump to the next one.

I continued to read books because I felt the answer was always out there. I watched others succeed while I stumbled along.

Somehow I was able to make over $1,000,000 through my online ventures, but it didn’t feel like I had done anything.

If people asked me what I did the best answer I could give was “exist”.

Then right before my 42nd birthday, I came across a video on Adult ADHD. I fell into the ADHD rabbit hole and didn’t come out until days later.

After being diagnosed with ADHD and learning all about it, it was like I was trying to watch a 3D movie my whole life without the glasses. Everyone around me was laughing and enjoying the flick, while I was gathering bits and pieces but still very confused.

However, now I knew how to tackle my brain, but the problem was that I had over 20 years of knowledge and learnings that weren’t anywhere.

Nobody knew who I was or what I did.

I didn’t like that. I didn’t like that I couldn’t look back and feel that I left something behind.

So this had to change and I decided to work on what I call The Infinite Framework.

Now I’m dedicating my life to helping other creatives create an Infinite Life where they can leave a legacy and see what they did with their lives.