If you identified with one or more of these feelings, thoughts or behaviors, chances are you are feeling a little hopeful. After all, that means you aren't alone, right? There are other people who share the same challenges, relate to the same struggles. Let's face it, we all want to be understood. In fact, we wouldn't mind being accepted even celebrated.
Unfortunately, we often get too caught up in our limitations and feel discouraged and stuck. This is especially true of those of us with ADHD traits, who often feel isolated and have labeled ourselves as lazy, irresponsible or undisciplined.
How Can Coaching Help?
First and foremost, coaching is about helping you recognize how ADHD is affecting your life. Once you understand how your mind works, you will be in a better position to get creative (using an ADHD strength), so you can figure out what you want and how to get there.
The ADHD Challenge
The challenge of ADHD is to figure out how to best arrange your life to take advantage of your strengths (ADHD and otherwise) and reduce the impact of some of the traits you identified above. Believe it or not, you are already an expert regarding your ADHD. You've had a lifetime of trial and error that you can draw on to find your way.
What Does a Coach Do?
A coach is someone who will listen, always be on your side, and be a trusted resource. In short, a coach is someone who will share the fox hole with you as you work through life's transitions and toward your goals, whether they be losing weight, starting a business, or going back to school.
If any of this sounds intriguing, sign up for a time we can meet by phone. You can use the complimentary appointment to ask questions about coaching and/or tryout a mini session.
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