As a person with Adult ADHD I can relate to having a problem keeping things simple. My mind often skips or misses the simple ways of doing things. Because of this I often make things a lot harder than they really need to be. I often jump to the conclusion that I need a new way of doing things or a shiny new tool to help me get it done.

Something that often helps me and many others with Adult ADHD is to have somebody else provide them with Structure, Support and Accountability. This is what led me to develop my new Keep it Simple E-Coaching Program. I was going in circles trying to come up with a new and exciting Coaching Program. I was making myself crazy and not moving forward with a program to help with people.

I finally was able to remind myself to KEEP IT SIMPLE! I knew what worked for Adults with ADHD and I knew a simple, effecive, convenient and affordable way to offer it too. If you are looking for an effective way to be more productive check out my Keep it Simple E-Coaching Program! I am curenlty offering both a 30 day and a 90 day program.


    1 Response to "Keeping Things Simple"

    • Collin Smith


      I just created a petition: Director NIMH: Meaningful NIMH recognition of ADHD as a lifelong disorder, because I care deeply about this very important issue.

      I’m trying to collect 100 signatures, and I could really use your help.

      To read more about what I’m trying to do and to sign my petition, click here:

      It’ll just take a minute!

      Once you’re done, please ask your friends to sign the petition as well. Grassroots movements succeed because people like you are willing to spread the word!


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