I want to share a quote I read this morning; it is a powerful and thought-provoking quote by Victor C. Frankl, the Nazi concentration camp survivor who wrote: “Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.” …
Success with ADHD
Coaching for adults with ADHD provides help with being more productive in your life to have time and energy to enjoy the important things in life. Two bonus ADHD conferences are available for early birds.
I’ve long remarked that most adults with ADHD are “forest”, or “big picture” thinkers. You are visionary, with an ability to clearly see your dreams and what they’ll look like and what it’ll be like when you experience your dreams realized.
Research shows that anyone can create routines. Even if you believe you don’t have the self-control required to stick to routines, studies show that creating a small routine, builds the muscle for more routines in your life.
Your ADHD son or daughter has had to lean on you to make decisions, get organized and manage life’s complications. As a result, when your child has ADHD, you continue to exercise a lot of influence in her life much longer than most parents, often far beyond her teen years.
Adults with ADHD often admit to feeling shame because they struggle with keeping their commitments. When you’ve done your best and still failed, I propose instead…
European adults with ADHD will finally be able to enjoy the benefits of The Maximum Productivity Makeover for Creative Geniuses, a program tailor-made for adults with ADHD.
There’s a new book out for adults with ADHD, and it’s been getting rave reviews! Linda Anderson, a Master Certified ADHD Coach and the Past-President of ADDA (Attention Deficit Disorder Association) loved it! David Giwerc, President of ADDCA (ADD Coach Academy), an ADHDer himself, and a leader in the field of adults with ADHD and one of the founders of ADHD Awareness Week in the U.S. raves about it! Why, even Canadians like it! 😉
Adults with ADHD are three to six times more likely to burnout at work than their non-ADHD counterparts. Find out what you can do to prevent it.
Fear of failure has you resigned to playing small, very small! Here is one of the strategies you’ll find in The Maximum Productivity Makeover to overcome fear.