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Self-Coaching “Workshop in a Box”

Workbook and CD’s
Created by an ADHD Coach

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Get all the Thrive with ADD strategies, tools and solutions in one place. This program guides you, step by step, to create the kinds of solutions you’ll need to reach success in everyday life, and in long-term goals.

The “Workshop in a Box” is designed to be done at your own pace, in whatever way is most comfortable for you.   It is not overwhelming, the solutions are quick and down-to-earth, and it provides a coaching approach from someone who “gets it!”

In essence, you will be coaching yourself in the same way that a professional ADHD Coach would work with you.

PRACTICAL BLUEPRINT TO SELF-COACHING

  • Real-life examples
  • Step-by-step guidance
  • Immediate solutions
  • ADD-friendly design

Package includes bonus training to download and use right away.

CLICK HERE for details

“The Attention Movie”

5-minute on-line video of Adult ADD / ADHD

See a touching 5-minute film about the the triumphs and challenges of Adult Attention Deficit Disorder. “The Attention Movie” was produced by Thrive with ADD to help spread awareness of ADD / ADHD in adults. Within days of its debut, it quickly was sent by email to thousands of people around the world.

View it now on YouTube.


In the Blog

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.

adhd and shame: fear of looking stupid

Shame, ADHD and the Fear of Looking Stupid

Are you sabotaging yourself because you’re ashamed to ask a question?   Many people with ADD / ADHD are afflicted with a toxic shame response that is far more self-sabotaging than simply having ADD.  If you’re one of them, and you avoid taking a necessary step to follow through, shame is likely the culprit. Sometimes Read post.

ADHD personal life distracts from work

Is it ADHD distraction when your personal life affects work?

In a personal crisis, how much spillover into work is “normal”? At what point does an inability to shut out your problems become an ADD-type focus issue? This question was on the mind of my ADHD coaching client, Daniel, who was in the process of launching a new business.  At a critical time in the Read post.