Achieving goals and ADHD

Do You Have All-Over-the-Place Syndrome? Are You Always in Firefighter Mode?

I was speaking with my coach yesterday and telling him how overwhelmed I was feeling – Yes, it happens to coaches too – and after I finished describing my challenges, he said, “you sound like you have all-over-the-place syndrome.” As soon as he said it, I knew he was right. Luckily, I knew what to […]

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3 Signs You’re a Victim of Poor Planning

I have seen poor planning trip up my Creative Genius clients again and again. I want to prevent you from losing precious time to our “drive to do more” as an unwitting victim of poor planning. Here are 3 signs you could be a victim of poor planning: First, you are crazy busy all day,

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3 Toxic Myths You Believe About Planning

I’ve taught hundreds of Creative Geniuses like you how to plan using the Plan to Succeed Formula. It brings together the three essential ingredients for success as a Creative Genius – the Achiever’s Mental Game, the Achiever’s Game Plan and the Achiever’s Playbook. Getting your Achiever’s Mental Game, or mindset, right is the #1 thing

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The Choices You Make for Your Time are the Choices You Make for Your Life

By Linda Walker I attended the Entrepreneur Experience conference in San Diego last week. Rachel Hollis, author of Girl, Stop Apologizing was one of the speakers. She said something that gave me pause. It might give you pause too. She said “You have the time to do what you want, but you choose to do

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Happy Quitters’ Day! Now What?

I’m curious. What are you striving for this year? Do you have a plan for how you’ll get there? New Year’s Resolutions are popular. But they aren’t very effective. If you’ve adopted a New Year’s resolution, there’s an excellent chance you’ve already abandoned it. In fact, on January 12, you can wish people “Happy Quitters

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It’s Like Déjà Vu All Over Again

by Linda Walker As another February started, I was reminded how often adults with ADHD relive the same old challenges they’ve been dealing with all their ADHD lives. It’s as if you keep replaying the actions, hoping the outcome will be different each time. But now that Groundhog Day is over, why are you continuing

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Strengths Lessons from a 4-Year-Old

. Four generations of my family spent a week together sharing a cottage in a remote corner of Quebec. My oldest daughter, her husband and our two grandsons, Evan, 4 years old, and Peter, 20 months old, live in Regina, Saskatchewan. That’s 2,850 kilometres (1740 miles) away, so we don’t get to see them nearly

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The Single Most Important Thing Creative Geniuses Can Do to Get Better Results

  Most of you don’t know this, but I suffer from chronic pain from an injury I sustained almost 20 years ago in a car accident. Since then, I live every day with pain. I manage the chronic pain through good lifestyle choices such as exercise and good sleep. Every now and then, the pain

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