“Was Your Christmas Tree Still Up in July?” Download
Overview of Adult ADD – Teleclass Link
This page contains links to the audio recording and pre-class handouts of Thrive with ADD’s “Christmas Tree in July” telephone class. The material presented was an overview of Adult Attention Deficit Disorder.
To download and listen to the Audio Link:
- To play the recording, click on the left side arrow.
- To download the recording, right-click the Download MP3 link, and then click “SAVE AS” to direct where to save it.
Click below to hear the audio recording of the “Christmas Tree in July” teleclass.
This is a recording of the “Christmas Tree in July” teleclass given on January 18, 2005 7:00PM.
To listen to the downloaded recording:
Most computers already have the audio equipment you need to listen to this recording. If yours does not, you can download a RealPlayer at no charge at www.real.com. (You only need the free basic player — not the Premium!)
Make sure the volume is turned up on your speakers.
If you have the right equipment and know-how, you may be able to burn this recording to a CD, but we cannot advise you how to do so. Since the class was 90 minutes long, it is too long to be contained on one CD.
Click here to download a list of typical ADD traits.
You’ll get the most benefit out of the class by printing this out before you listen to the class recording.
Click here to download the article, “Is Your Christmas Tree Still Up in July?”
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