12 Strengths or Positives of Having ADHD

ADHD strengths and postives: As I listened to Dr. Ed Hallowell of The Hallowell Centers at the international, virtual ADHD Expo,  I was struck by his use of the word “condition” instead of “disorder.” Dr. Hallowell [psychiatrist] is the person people…

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Work-at-Home & Self-Employed Parents: Scheduling Tips

Work-at-home and self-employed parents sometimes need scheduling tips to save the week from chaos and constantly feeling overwhelmed or alone in the battle. You balance more than the rest of us in my coaching experience, because there is more you…

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Delegation: 4 Steps to Improve [part 2]

Delegation: Steps 3 and 4. Once you’ve decided what to delegate and have used my questions to improve how you delegate, there are 2 more steps. [Miss the first blog? It’s here.] #3 After delegation  Back away ….yet watch closely….

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Trouble Responding on the Spot? Strategies to Succeed.

You’re in a meeting and someone asks for your decision, opinion or status on one of your projects.  Suddenly, your mind goes blank. It freezes. You’re not responding ! Might be nerves, anxiety, ADHD  or not wanting to be in…

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Big Goals: 3 Ways to Get to the Finish Line

When you work on your own, it’s sometimes really hard to keep at a big goal and cross the finish line. Sustaining your momentum while there is so much to be done, day-to-day, is not easy. Especially when the boss…

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Big Goals: How to Get Started When You Can’t Find the Time

You have big goals for your own business or at your job with projects. Getting started is hard. Creating time to work on them with all the day-to-day stuff  feels near impossible. You know that if you don’t work on…

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