People draw conclusions about us—about our character and our intentions when we are late. No matter how good our intentions, and how much we strive to be punctual, when we are late (especially chronically late), people really do perceive us as “flaky”, inconsiderate, disrespectful, and unreliable as well.
There can be an incredible amount of stress around our struggles with punctuality—and it can affect us at home, at work, and in every aspect of our lives–when we’re constantly on “high-alert” trying and struggling to be on time for our commitments.
In this session, you’ll learn why those of us with ADHD tend to struggle with punctuality, and I’ll give you some tools to improve your ability to be on-time, and reduce the stress in your life that comes from constantly racing the clock!
Droves of paper flood our homes and offices every day: memos and mail, bills and magazines, notices and schedules. Sometimes it feels like a never-ending battle. Our war on paper costs us time and money every day. But more than that, it costs us peace of mind and it costs us control. Learning to manage the never-ending stream of paper that flows into and out of our lives enables us to regain that control. It gives us a greater sense of peace, and calm. And that is truly priceless!
In this Session, you’ll learn why so many of us who have ADD struggle with the paper in our lives, and I’ll give you some tools to help you start to implement your own systems for dealing with paper–systems that work for you, with your own natural strengths, tendencies, and how you process information. When you’re working from your strengths, you can win the war on paper yourself, once and for all!
Often, it is the most simple and run-of-the-mill tasks that are a struggle for those of us with ADHD: paperwork, filing, reports, balancing the checkbook, de-cluttering, laundry, returning phone calls, housework, tax preparation, etc. Part of the reason we beat ourselves up mercilessly about our struggles with these mundane things is that we know we’re ABLE to do these things. We know we’re bright enough. We know we’re intelligent enough, and we know we’re capable. We have the means to do these things. We know they need to be done and that we SHOULD be doing them, but we just can’t seem to bring ourselves to get them done.
Finally, I’ll give you some practical solutions to help you overcome those obstacles, so that you can stop struggling to do what you need and want to do, and just Get Things Done
Available for a Limited Time Only!
The Holiday Season can be extremely stressful for many of us who are affected by ADHD. The added demands on our overtaxed calendars and to-do lists, along with the avalanche of details to manage, can turn anyone a bit Hum Bug!
In this session, you’ll learn why those of us affected by ADHD (Adults and parents alike) often struggle during the Holiday season. You’ll learn practical tools to make this year, and future years, different so that you can actually enjoy the Holiday season for a change!
Your purchase includes the Simple Steps to Happier Holidays audio download (MP3) so that you can listen to the session at your own pace and on-the-go, as well as a transcript (PDF) download with companion Fieldwork questions to help you work through the content. You will also receive your own “Holiday Command and Control Center Template” which you can personalize to guide you to more peaceful, stress-free Holidays, year after year!
Do more than surviving the Holidays: Enjoy Them!