Overall Products & Programs
Overall Products & Programs for ADD / ADHD Adults
Overview on Adult ADD / ADHD
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Adult ADD traits run the gamut, from intractable procrastination to chronic disorganization. Traditional coaching methods and self-help books usually don’t work for you. You genuinely want to change, but can’t understand why you aren’t able to follow through. For people with ADD, this has been a lifelong struggle that – for many — has resulted in lost jobs, relationships and self-esteem. Click here to read more…
Workbook, CD’s and download bonus classes
A roadmap for ADD / ADHD Adults, this self-paced learning package is the next best thing to having your own ADHD Coach. Create workable solutions for work, tasks, projects and study. Click here for details.
Shame & Avoidance
Special teleclass with Nancy Snell
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Do you suffer from a feeling of shame and unworthiness, fear that others will “find out” about you, driven by a constant need for perfection? If these feelings have caused you to avoid and procrastinate, you’ll want to listen to this class and understand the deep connection between SHAME and ADD / ADHD. Click here to read more…
Useful Products and Tools for ADD / ADHD
Click here for ADD-friendly recommended products, and tools developed by Senior Certified ADHD Coach Bonnie Mincu.
Click here for humorous illustrated T-shirts and mousepads depicting Hyper-Active and Inattentive Types of ADD / ADHD Adults.
In the Blog
Forget about your memory! Have you been embarrassed at not remembering what you’re told at work? Have you had to admit that you “mis-remembered” an appointment? Your problem isn’t your memory. It’s the belief that you should be relying on memory in the first place. Many with ADD / ADHD don’t take notes in meetings, Read post.
Sometimes changing course quickly is the best decision We’ve always heard that we should stick to what we start, follow through, and strive to meet our goals. With ADD / ADHD traits, we may have heard that advice more often than most. Because, honestly, “staying the course” is usually not what we tend to do. Read post.
You’ve probably noticed that the word “should” isn’t especially motivating. No surprise – Our ADD / ADHD brain-wiring doesn’t respond to what we ‘should’ do. Unless we’re really interested in a task, we have a pretty hard time staying focused on it for any great length of time. Sometimes, we require the stimulus of a Read post.