When you take ownership of your life, you decide what you want life to be like in the future (your vision) and you choose the route you’ll take (the projects you’ll take on), and then you take action.
We often think of a “hidden agenda” as negative, a sneaky underlying objective that one person is perpetrating on another unsuspecting person. However, there are cases where you are both the perpetrator and the victim of your own hidden agenda.
Successful people tend to do the same things repeatedly (AKA habits and routines). Here are steps to break habits or create new habits.
Short video for families with ADHD discusses how to best divide household and family chores when one spouse has ADHD.
As an entrepreneur, adult with ADHD or other creative genius, your creativity is one of your most important assets. However, your creativity can actually hold you back
We often don’t believe we can do something as a result we don’t achieve it. Attitude determines whether you get the results you are striving for, not the other way around.
Either you’re creating a life you’re excited about (the victor), or you’re complacent, letting things happen and just hoping to survive (the victim of adult ADHD).
As an adult with ADHD, reinventing yourself as a creative genius allows you redefine yourself, which leads you to think and act with a very different perspective.
I’m excited to announce a new group coaching program of The Maximum Productivity Makeover for Inattentive and for Overwhelmed Adults with ADHD Group Coaching Program will be starting on Thursday, September 30, 2010 at 7 pm.
You’re so busy making a living, keeping your job, saving your marriage, staying out of trouble, the list goes on… that you just don’t have the time and energy required to realize your creative projects.