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I trust you will find the strategies and information helpful. I hope to get to meet you in one of my live online Thrive with ADD training programs.

Enjoy your Self-Coaching Workshop!
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Bonnie Mincu, MA, MBA
Senior Certified ADHD Coach
Thrive with ADD

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