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20 Ways to Engage Your Brain and Get Started!

You’ve stared at that project on your list for days, weeks even. Looming large, the project drains energy, reminds you daily of something you “haven’t yet done – once again!”  But getting your brain engaged to get started? Not happening. Here…

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Saying No – If it’s too hard for you to say [video]

We always hear: “No” is a complete sentence. For some people, that’s easier than others. This video gives you many ways to say no, without saying “just” the word. Maybe it’s your style; maybe not.  

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ADHD Awareness Expo –All Free Education During October

The ADHD Awareness Expo for 2019 is here! October is ADHD Awareness Month and the ADD / ADHD Community will be coming together online at the 10th Annual Online ADHD Awareness Expo. I am honored and excited to be part…

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Transition from Summer to Fall: 4 Tips to Get Everyone Organized.

School transitions: We don’t want summertime to end …. and at the same time, back to school season means an easier, more predictable schedule. Even if we are not a parent; we work with parents, we babysit grandchildren for their…

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Organizing for a New Volunteer Role: Your Checklist

You’re working full time or own your business and you’ve decided to volunteer in one of your industry associations. What do you need to think about, to do your best at both, not burnout, and know you’ve made a difference…

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Saying No: 10 Ways !

Saying no: We always hear: “No” is a complete sentence. For some people, that’s easier than others. This video gives you many ways to say no, without saying no. Try them out and see what fits, comfortable, and which you can…

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