Although the concepts of professional and personal coaching have been around for several decades, the concept of ADHD coaching was first addressed in the 1994 book, Driven to Distraction,1 by Edward M. Hallowell, M.D., and John J. Ratey, M.D.
ADHD coaching seeks to address the daily challenges of living with ADHD. A coach helps people with ADHD carry out the practical activities of daily life in an organized, goal-oriented, and timely fashion. Through a close partnership, an ADHD coach helps the client learn practical skills and initiate change in his or her daily life. A coach may help an adult with ADHD: Continue reading
What do the world’s top tennis players, golfers and athletes all have in common? Apart from being very successful and often exceptionally rich, they will also have a personal coach. The success of using personal coaches is not restricted to the sporting world, many CEOs, entrepreneurs and people from all aspects of business benefit from personal coaching. Continue reading
You Will Accomplish More, More Easily If You Take the Time to First Strengthen Your Personal Foundation.
WHO doesn’t want to accomplish more in life? Don’t most of us want more time? More money? More love? More satisfaction? Yet, isn’t our tendency to go for it rather than simply having it all come to us?
A strong personal foundation includes 10 distinct stepping stones which, when linked together, provide a solid yet personalized base on which to build one’s life. And, in a world which sometimes appears to be built on quicksand, we all need a personal foundation on which to depend. Continue reading