Coach Sue West,
Organizing Coach & ADHD Specialist

Organizing & ADHD Coach

Sue West Organizing Coach

Sue West, Organizing & ADHD Coach

Your mind is always busy.

Your life feels chaotic. At home. At work.  You have ADHD or you think you might because you’re forgetful, distracted, feel less efficient than other people seem, procrastinate and can’t get away from your cluttered mind.

You’re not getting stuff done. Your home or office is disorganized and cluttered. You’re tired of moving from crisis to crisis, often using deadlines to force you to get things done.

Life is changing and it’s stressful. You can’t figure out how to manage it. You’ve reached a point where you just want it to be easier. You want a roadmap, some new ways to “organize life” and get unstuck so that you can move on.

 

What if you could have:

  • practical strategies to organize and simplify your days, at home and at work, strategies that fit your life;
  • new systems and new habits, to make changes really happen [and last !];
  • new and different ways to manage your attention, ADHD, or memory issues;
  • oversight or accountability … with compassion and patience, in a learning-focused, “no judgment” zone;
  • someone who appreciates and knows many different ways to organize your Things, Thoughts and Time.
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What’s Possible? (c) Sue West photo

You can have this when you work with me. I am Sue West, an experienced, Certified Organizer and Coach. I specialize in time and attention management, and am a specialist in ADHD and chronic disorganization. If your home or office are feeling cluttered, it’s often because your mind feels cluttered and you don’t have an effective way to manage your days (time, tasks, attention). My 20 years in a corporate setting, including management roles, plus my MBA have been helpful to my self-employed clients and those in office settings.

From a Client: “Sue understands adult ADHD! Recently diagnosed at age 51 and urgently wanting accountability and strategies, I could not have wished for a better coach. Sue’s breadth of knowledge really helped to sort out what does work – and much to my great relief – what does not work.  She is fun, meets you right where you are at and her questions and suggestions are elegantly simple. Understanding how to create motivation, what saps it, and the conditions that I work best in is freeing and has been a real confidence-builder! “

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Perspectives. Photo: (C) Sue West

Organizing. Coaching. How does it work?

My approach is to mix education, accountability, consulting and coaching in a practical way. As clients say, our time together is a “no judgment” zone. This is about figuring out the solution to your goal as well as learning best practices you can use in other situations.

Together, we first figure out goals or results you want, so that you (a) see and feel progress  and (b) know when you are ready to stop and go it on your own.

Examples of client goals:

Get out of the house on time for work. Figure out how to be more productive during the day as a self-employed person. Be able to focus more. Understand my ADHD better so I can manage it and live up to my potential. Organize my space so the clutter doesn’t scramble my thoughts all the time and I can do more. Turn in my work on time; meet deadlines to clients and supervisor. Implement the systems my business boot camp discussed. Figure out a time management system that works for me.  Downsizing and simplifying roadmap. Declutter and put systems in place.

We meet in person, by phone or a combination. Virtual consulting for organization (things, thoughts and/or time). Coaching services, i.e., deeper discussions. In person meetings as a regular approach, or for one meeting, followed by phone support or coaching. Packages available.

At each meeting, we talk about accomplishments and how you made those happen; this reflection time helps identify repeatable best practices you can use going forward. We discuss what didn’t happen as expected, and what got in the way, so you learn from that, too.

Timeframes: Changes in habits and organizational strategies happen over time and with practice. Think about 2-3 months to start with. {Packages available.}

Seeing a therapist? Wonderful. We can bring in the relevant work or I can collaborate directly if you choose.

[Clients say it best. Click to read.]

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Sound good so far?

Your first step: Please call and we will answer questions, solve a problem or two, and see if there’s a fit. Usually 15-20 minutes.  Call 603.554.1948 or email: Sue@OrganizeNH.com

Or, stay in touch through my newsletter. Sign up and receive the free “4 Strategies to Do Your Personal Best with ADHD.” Or, click here to read a sample to see if it’s what you need. 

 

Organizer Coach Sue West

Sue West. Organizing & ADHD Coach. Certified in both professions.

 

Packages available: *By Phone * In Person * Or A Mix*

Organizing  life. At home. At work. 

 

 

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