Get help for the challenges of
adult ADHD

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 Parking Lot for Pop-up Thoughts

End the random sticky notes!   If you have traits of ADD or ADHD, you’re likely to get ideas and thoughts popping into your head at all kinds of odd times.  Those thoughts may have nothing to do with whatever you’re working on at the moment. You could be writing a detailed email report for Read post.

Evernote: The best digital organizing solution for ADHD

Store everything digital in an Evernote account   I’ve long been singing the praises of the Evernote app as the best place to store anything online if you’re ADD, ADHD, or simply organization-challenged. With a free Evernote account, you can enter any kind of file, photo, email or document into Evernote on any of your Read post.

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.