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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Low Cost Long Distance Options

Last fall ADDClasses.com started offering the option to listen to our live Free Teleseminars over the Internet in addition to the telephone. ADDClasses.com members have been really happy with this option and our international membership has dramatically increased too. Because our ADD Coaching Programs are small and interactive we don’t offer the webcast option. Participants…

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Featured Instructor Sheri Hall

Over the past few years we have had some excellent instructors leading Teleseminars at ADDClasses.com. Sheri Hall has led several Teleseminars and I’m always amazed at how creative and helpful her classes are. Right now Sheri Hall has over a dozen classes in the ADD Audio Library! The Biology of ADD Introduction to ADD /…

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I love my GPS

On Sunday I volunteered to represent ADDA at the ADHD Road Trip booth at the Boston Health and Fitness Expo. When I first agreed it sounded like a fun idea then it began to hit me how much I hated the city of Boston. I hate driving in Boston because I usually take the wrong…

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Wonderful Wednesday

Yesterday was a great and busy day for me. We had the Free ADDing F.O.C.U.S. Teleseminar yesterday at ADDClasses.com. If you missed it you can listen to it and download for free by registering here. I think it’s an excellent class and several participants contacted me already to let me know they really liked it…

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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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In Case You Missed It…

Wow, I was quite busy this past week! On Wednesday’s Living with Adult ADD/ ADHD Radio Show I interviewed Bryan Hutchinson author of the book One Boy’s Struggle. If you missed the live show you can listen to it here. On Tuesday night Nancy Ratey gave the free Teleseminar The Disorganized Mind at ADDClasses.com. Even…

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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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April Planning Pages

Last year I really began using my personal organizer and I ordered planning pages from Franklin Covey. One of the reasons I ordered from Franklin Covey was because I could order the pages to start in April instead of January. When I ordered the pages last year I ordered way too many things that that…

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Vocational Rehabilitation for ADHD

For many Adults with ADHD Work and Career issues can be a huge challenge. Some Adults with ADHD have the resources to work with an ADHD Coach or a Career Counselor. However there are many adults with ADHD who either do not have the resources or aren’t able to use the resources they do have.…

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