Getting Back on Track Free Teleseminar

Tomorrow night I will be leading a Free ADHD Teleseminar through ADDClasses.com called Tips for Getting Back on Track. When I came up with the idea for this teleseminar a few weeks ago I figured a lot of people would be able to relate to it because summer time brings a lot of transitions. I…

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Consequences of Not Taking Action

I think adults with ADHD understand that there are consequences for taking different types of actions. If you get caught speeding you get a ticket. If get caught breaking a law you go to jail. Sometimes people with ADHD still take the actions and have to deal with consequences. Though we don’t usually like then…

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Yes, I am a Celebrity Now…

My mother just sent me an email this afternoon that put a smile on my face! Mom: Does this mean you are a celebrity now?  That is my old tennis partner… Tennis Partner: Haven’t seen you in ages, hope everything is going well.  I was reading a blurb on an ADD Conference and saw the name…

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No Money Back Guarantee

Last night I sent out an email to ADDClasses.com members letting them know that there is a Free ADHD Teleseminar this Wednesday. I also added a reminder at the bottom that Adult ADD Boot Camp – Organized in In Control begins this Thursday. I got a reply back from an ADDClasses.com member saying that the…

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Michael Phelps, ADHD, and a Loss for Words

So Michael Phelps has just done an amazing thing by breaking a record and winning 8 Gold Medals. Yes, Michael Phelps has ADHD! Do you really think it’s just because he has Attention Deficit Disorder that he is at a loss for words? He’s in shock and is still trying to process what he’s just…

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400th Blog Post

This my 400th blog post! When I started My ADD Blog I really had no idea that I would ever have this many blog posts. I’m rather proud of myself for blogging consistently over the past 3 years too! I thought about posting links to some of my favorite or most popular entries in this…

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Watching the Olympics

I was just laughing out loud at the Blog post that Jennifer Koretsky wrote about the Olympics. Boy I can really related to being bored by most of the Olympics. I had no intention of watching the Olympics at all this year. Part of it was because I do find most of the stuff boring!…

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ADHD, Exercise and Michael Phelps

I’m sure you have heard by now that Michael Phelps has ADHD. I know that a lot of his success has to do with the fact that at a young age he found something he was good at and really enjoyed. He’s also had some very positive and supportive people in his life like his…

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What do you Enjoy?

I think it’s very important for people with ADHD to understand their challenges and find way to manage them. However I think it’s just as important and sometime even more important to focus on the positives. Not only do we need to understand our strengths and what we are good at. We also need to…

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Ready to Get Organized?

Are you ready to get yourself organized? Think about that question! I’m not asking if you want to be organized. Being ready to do something and wanting an end result are not the same thing. There’s a reason the ADD Coaching program Adult ADD Boot Camp: Organized and in Control is named "Boot Camp". It’s…

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