Last week I was at a local eatery visiting with some friends. One of the friends, a 3rd grade teacher, was discussing her student’s recent project researching the advantages and disadvantages of entrepreneurship. Her students listed the typical advantages of freedom of working for one self, doing what they wanted to do. They also listed […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
A Holiday Rescue Recipe Many of you have taken advantage of my coaching have likely worked hard to establish effective routines & structure. You’ve defined various recipes for success. Now, everything is in place. Right??? The Holiday Season can be a joyous season in several ways but it can also be associated with stress and […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on A Holiday Rescue Recipe
Sleep….. URG! It is a common fact that most people with ADHD struggle with sleep issues. Many find themselves busy at bedtime, often on the internet and simply procrastinate getting to bed. Others get to bed at a reasonable time but are challenged with the non-stop chatter and thoughts in their head. Further research is […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
ADHD is a given in our lives. You probably didn’t ask for your ADHD but you’ve got it anyway. Nonetheless, it’s helpful to learn to accept our own unique ADHD as it shows up in your life. During most marriage ceremonies the Bride and Groom generally recite the following words that capture their commitment to […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on ADHD: The Choice is Yours
Children and adults with ADD/ADHD tend to be BUSY-BEES but unfortunately, are much less likely to very effective, time-efficient nor productive. As a result we may spend more time working at tasks or chores than those who are organized and efficient with their time. Then, of course, we have a tendency toward procrastination which may […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I want to introduce my readers to Peter Shankman. I enjoy his thinking so I try to follow his blog. Peter is a real ‘out-of-the box’ kind of guy, non-stop energy, creative and generates boundless ideas. Since it is now officially the New Year 2012, I thought I’d share this posting from Peter regarding ‘annual […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
There is a great deal of recent press about the tendency for many to view ADHD negatively. As an ADHD adult myself I am well aware of my personal challenges related to my ADHD traits. However, let me be clear that there is another side to ADHD, the UP SIDE of ADHD. Some of the negativity […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
What results will you create in 2008 ? It’s now official, we are in the year 2008 and I am reminded of the most common question that arises with every New Year. “Have you made your New Years Resolutions yet?” Now doesn’t that question conjure up positive and successful memories? Of course not! Research shows […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Tis’ the season. Depending on your religious or spiritual beliefs, December for many is the Holiday Season. It’s supposed to be joyous and festive.. Yet, for some people (ADHD or not) the holiday season is one often associated with STRESS, rushing around, crowds and traffic, and a time crunch with overwhelming deadlines. Yes, as if […]Continue Reading... No Comments.