Attack Your Clutter in 2010

Wow, I can't believe that there are just a few more days left in 2009!! I'm sitting in my office right now looking at all of my clutter trying to finish some end of the year work related to ADDClasses.com. Ironically one of the items on my list is to let people know that the…

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Coaching Helps You Slow Down

I'm still surprised at the number of people who begin ADHD Coaching with the assumption that an ADHD Coach will tell them exactly what they need to do. While some ADHD Life Skills Coaching programs like Adult ADD Bootcamp offer a step by step process, the role of an ADHD Coach is not the tell…

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Be Careful on Facebook

As many of my readers know I'm on Facebook. For the most part I think Facebook is a great tool to connect with people. As I pointed out in my post The Evils of Facebook it can also be very time consuming and has numerous way to distract people. People also need to be very…

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Gratitude and ADHD

There's no question that being affected by ADHD can bring challenges into our lives. Some of us are more negatively impacted by ADHD than others. It's only natural to focus on the negative or what we would like to improve in our lives when we are affected by ADHD. It is very important for those…

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Money Matters Teleseminar

 Tonight ADDClasses.com will be hosting the FREE Teleseminar Money Matters: Help for the Fiscally Disorganized with Stephanie Sarkis, PhD. Dr Sarkis is also the author of a new book called ADD and Your Money: A Guide to Personal Finance for Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder. It's the first book written specifically about Adult ADHD and…

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