It’s that time of year when many of us are prone to making those New Years Resolutions for something new or different. But do resolutions really work?
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I find that many people with ADHD have a tendency toward a ‘default’ perspective of failure and negative thinking. I am posting a blog article “Reframing Failure When You Have ADHD” written by Mark Jones. Check out and Like his Facebook page at ‘Anchored Awareness’ . In his article, Mark references a blog post by Zoë Kessler “Defining Success […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Most children and adults with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADHD) know the feeling of overwhelm. It’s that place we go to when we’ve overextended ourselves, when we’re multi-tasking to our max yet having trouble keeping up. This is when stress gets the better of us, and more. Maybe you recall that old expression, “Stop the world, […]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.
Eliminate Time-Draining E-mail Habits If you are feeling overburdened and stressed at work, your online habits may be partly to blame. Poor e-mail management often is a sign—or the cause—of other time management woes. A top culprit: mismanaging incoming messages. Marsha Egan, president of The Egan Group, a success-coaching firm, offers a self-management program that […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Can you believe it, the first quarter of 2009 is nearly history. As your ADHD Coach I want to check in to see how well have you done with creating the results you really want in 2009? In Part-1 of this article series I discussed how the end of any year (2008) was a great time to […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I’ve had the privilege of coaching a very special adult with ADHD (we’ll call him Joe) who has far exceeded the expectations of himself and others. But, if you ask Joe, his path to success is not complete. Today he finds himself in a constant process of self discovery. His coaching began about four […]Continue Reading... No Comments.