Virtual ADHD Conference

October 7-10, 2013

SAVE $100 – Early Bird pricing through Sunday, August 11.

Don’t miss this special 4-day event of Master Classes with top ADHD speakers…  8 in-depth workshops, all taking place online!

I’ll be speaking on “Overcoming Obstacles to Time Management.”  Other speakers include top doctors, therapists, organizers and thinkers in the field of ADHD.   You’ll get the chance to interact, build community, and gain in-depth knowledge from the experts — all without having to leave home.

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Full Day Workshop at New York University

“Workplace Strategies for Those with ADD / ADHD”

Sunday, October 27, 2013

New York University in Greenwich Village

No grades, no pressure!

Bonnie Mincu, ADHD Coach and founder of Thrive with ADD, gives her full day workshop on how to thrive with ADD / ADHD at work.  This small, interactive seminar sells out every year…

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The Secrets to Getting Started

4-week program of Solutions, Structure and Support

Have you suffered a lifetime of difficulty getting started on tasks and projects? Although you and others may have labeled it “procrastination,” much of what people with ADD / ADHD experience is more like “mental paralysis.”

It’s not as simple as just not feeling like starting, but could include being blockedstucknot sure what to do or how to start, difficulty breaking things down, or overwhelmed. Each of these distinct problems require a different solution. This program goes in-depth to help you truly identify the problem, and gives you the roadmap to develop the RIGHT strategy to really solve it.

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Coming - Fall 2013

Virtual Program:  “ADHD Productivity Engine”

Watch for announcements of an in-depth training program of strategies, solutions and support to gain control in your job and career.

In the Blog

ADHD, can't plan, overwhelmed

ADHD and Don’t Know How to Plan?

ADD-friendly planning for the overwhelmed   Does the word “planning” make you shudder, or feel instantly inadequate?  If so, you probably feel slammed with overwhelm pretty often. That makes sense, because if you have a number of projects to do – and those projects have multiple steps to perform – you’d need to be able Read post.

In ADHD Survey, Overwhelm Wins Again

What the results really say about ADHD roadblocks   Every few years, I survey my adult ADD / ADHD readers to ask them what their biggest challenges are in getting started.  I find it very interesting to see how the results have changed over time. I ran my first survey in 2012.  At that time, the Read post.

ADHD and Shame: How to Ask Anything with Confidence

Shame and ADHD: How to Ask with Confidence

If you have to ask an intimidating person…   My last post addressed the common shame-based assumption that many people with ADD / ADHD have:  that everyone else knows something they don’t. If you avoid asking questions for fear of looking stupid, apply the strategy “Take It to Court” to quickly prove to yourself that Read post.