Live online event starts January 15, 2015

ADHD Productivity Engine:  A program for Work-Life Sanity”

ADHD Productivity Engine Program

Learn in-depth solutions for getting started, writing, time management, planning, organization, follow-through and more.

9-week LIVE online program.  All live sessions are RECORDED to listen at your convenience.

By Bonnie Mincu, Senior Certified ADHD Coach.

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Learn at your own pace
Downloadable Class Recordings with Notes

“Thrive with ADD” recordings of past telephone classes are a great way to learn strategies and solutions for a particular aspect of Adult ADD / ADHD. They're just 90 minutes long, and require no preparation. With these DOWNLOADABLE RECORDINGS of interactive telephone classes, you can get the class immediately and listen at your own pace — all at once or a little at a time.

Purchasing the class will give you:

  • an audio recording of the class to download,
  • comprehensive summary notes that are colorful, well-organized, and easy to follow.

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