It’s not the Flu…It’s my ADHD

Those of you who have been following my blog know that it can be challenging for me to exercise regularly. I am proud to report that for the past 2 weeks I’ve done well exercising. Last week I was also motivated enough to get out my Ab Lounge and use it too. It had been…

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Men with ADHD : Mike’s Story

I just finished reading the cover story on this site and he was quite a bit more well off than I was. I’m a 56 year young male who was diagnosed with Adult ADD only four years ago. So you can imagine the coping techniques I developed coming up in my childhood years, which were…

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I don’t want to sit!

Over the next few months I’m going to be busy both professionally and personally. I’m going to be speaking at the ACO Conference and the ADDA Conference. I’m also going exhibiting ADDClasses.com at the Learning and the Brain Conference. Personally I have jury duty, a Christening, and a wedding. Out of all these things the…

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Social Skills Support

Next to Organization and Time Management, challenges with Social Situations is the most common topic that comes up with my ADHD Coaching clients. Discussion about Adult ADHD and Social Issues is also very popular over at ADD Forums. That is why I am really excited that ADDClasses.com is offering the Free ADHD Teleseminar Adult ADHD…

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P.M.S., Email, and Phone Calls

I am really starting to think that when I have PMS that I need to have an email responder and voice mail message set up. When I have PMS I intentionally do not reply to emails or return phone calls right away. Like many women I am more emotional when I have PMS! My ADHD…

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iPod, Socks, and George W. Bush

I really didn’t set an actual goal of exercising a certain amount of times this week but I really wanted to get back on track with exercising. Usually if I can find a reason or excuse not to exercise, I don’t exercise. What surprised me is that this week I had some challenges that really…

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Share Your Goals

I was just flipping through Nancy Ratey’s Book The Disorganized Mind: Coaching Your ADHD Brain to Take Control of Your Time, Tasks, and Talents and came across one of the tips on procrastination which is Share Your Goals. As an ADHD Coach I know this works well for my clients. In the ADD Coaching Club…

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ADHD TV

I just came across this ADHD TV widget and had to share. I think it runs ADHD related TV / Video segments 24/7.

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Ready to Research

In my blog post Are You Ready? I discussed that I think there are 4 areas a person needs to be ready in before beginning ADHD Coaching. The first area is: being ready spend time and energy researching ADHD Coaching. I have noticed over the years that a lot of people have come to me…

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Adult ADHD Support 2.0

I have some exciting new to share! I am going to be presenting at the 13th National ADDA Conference this summer. The Conference is being held July 10th-13th in Minneapolis, MN. The title of my presentation is Adult ADHD Support 2.0 and it’s about Adult ADHD and the Internet. The keynote speakers are Sari Solden,…

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