ADHD in the Workplace

A study was recently conducted showing that Adults with ADHD miss 3 weeks of work per year. The results really didn’t come as much of a surprise to me since I work with many of my ADHD Coaching clients on work related issues. There’s also quite a bit of discussion over at ADD Forums about…

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Technical Difficulties

This afternoon ADDClasses.com was scheduled to host the Free Teleseminar ADDing Focus with Diane Ladd. I logged on a little bit early to make sure everything this was working okay and got some weird message that the phone number had been changed and the webcast just kept repeating it over and over again! I’ve been…

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Focus on Getting a Clue

Once again Eli Lilly is offering scholarships for Adults with ADHD called Focus on Your Possibilities.  The Focus on Your Possibilities Scholarship is only open to Adults with ADHD who are over 25 and are in school or planning to be in school full time. I’m really disappointed that they are not giving out any…

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ADHD Home Run Contest

As many of you know I am a Boston Red Sox fan! One my favorite players is Manny Ramirez and many people have speculated that Manny has ADHD. Right now Manny has currently hit 498 home runs! I can’t wait for him too hit his 500th home run! In celebration of Manny Ramirez hitting his…

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ADHD Community Updates

Over the next few months I am scheduled to be speaking about ADHD and the Internet which is something I’ve grown to know a lot about. In the next couple of weeks I will be interviewed about ADHD and the internet as part of the ADHD Parenting Strategies Series. In July I’m speaking at the…

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Men with ADHD – Jim’s Story

I never fit in as a child in school. I was constantly beaten bullied and picked on. I asked for help over and over but nothing. My parents did not care that I was in the highest 1% in aptitude tests(verbal skills lagging behind, the only exception) and my grades were terrible all the way…

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Parenting Strategies Series

I am excited to announce that I am going to be speaking in The ADHD Strategies Series that starts on this coming Monday at 8:30 pm EDT. It’s a free series of calls to help parents who have children with ADHD. I will be speaking about ADHD resources and the Internet! I’m excited because this…

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How not to Get Lost

I have a tendency to either get lost or miss turns when I’m driving. Because of this I usually give myself a lot of extra time when going to some place new or that I haven’t been to very often. Printing out directions and bringing them with me helped me somewhat but I usually needed…

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Sometimes Reality Does Bite

This past weekend I attended and spoke at the ADD Coaches Conference. It was a great experience. I connected with people I hadn’t seen in a while and made some great new connections. I left the conference both exhausted and energized at the same time. Yesterday I was talking to my mother on the phone…

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Multitasking and Focusing

Right now I’m writing this blog post from a session at the ACO Conference. Part of the reason I’m writing is because later today I’m giving a presentation about Internet Marketing. Part of what I am going to talk about is the how important it is to make blog posts at least once per week.…

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