So many people ask me how ADHD coaching works that I have decided to offer a free teleclass on the topic. I hope you can join me as I share 6 strategies that you can use to apply ADHD coaching techniques.
The call will be held on Wednesday, April 14th at 9:00 p.m. Eastern. Register today with the form to the left. I will cover how the ADHD coaching process works and how you can apply the techniques in your everyday life. Are you someone who
* struggles with time management?
* could use a new approach to getting organized?
* has ADHD and wants a new resource?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, please sign up on the form to the left and join us April 14th! I’ll see you on the call!
As I work with clients with ADHD, many express concerns about social media because they fear it will take up too much of their time, it will be too distracting or it is too disorganized to be useful. I came across a great article today by Stan Schroeder on Mashable.com today. His article is titled How To: Clean up your Facebook Profile and provides some great tips to reduce your Facebook clutter. If this is a challenge that you face, take a few minutes to read his article and implement some of his tips.
Remember, social media can be valuable in any profession as long as you control it, rather than it controlling you! See you on Facebook or Twitter soon!
PS – let us know your favorite tips and how they work for you!
Over the last couple of days I have talked about identifying the barriers to your success and brainstorming solutions. Those are great first steps. Today, we talk about implementation. How are you going to move forward? I would like to share a few ideas to help you implement your solutions more effectively.
- Just start! Don’t wait for your solution to feel perfect – you just might wait forever.
- Commit to work the solution you select for at least 21 days.
- Take a small step each day if you are concerned about being overwhelmed.
- Remind yourself each day why it is important to overcome this barrier.
- Find an accountability partner – a coach or friend can help you stay on track!
When are you going to implement your solution? Leave a comment with your solutions, questions and inspirations!
Yesterday we talked about identifying the barriers to your success. Take a moment and review that list again today. What would you add, delete or change?
Your next step is to brainstorm solutions to your barriers. Take 10 minutes to brainstorm solutions – right now! Don’t evaluate how hard they will be or how well they will work. Just write down all of the solutions that enter your mind.
Next, you might need to do some research. Pick one barrier and spend another 10 minutes searching for solutions on the internet. Set the timer before you get started and limit your time to just 10 minutes. If you have ADHD, you know it will be easy to get lost on the internet.
Let us know what solutions you identify and if you need some extra help getting started! Check back tomorrow for ideas regarding implementation.