Do you ever feel like everyone else knows something you don’t?
Like they accessed a private Pinterest board that provided all the answers to how to have a great relationship, breeze through parenting, maintain an organized house/office or arrive on time for everything?!
Well, it’s your turn to get the inside scoop!
I am excited to tell you about The Succeed with ADHD Telesummit that my colleague Laurie Dupar is hosting July 13-17. She has invited me and 20 other
speakers to share with you some of our best strategies and secrets for succeeding with ADHD…and I want you to be my guest!
Here’s the information: Succeed with ADHD Telesummit — July 13-17, 2015
Listen in from the comfort of your own home or workplace (or gym, beach,
car…wherever you can get a phone or internet signal), to the calls completely f.ree of charge! There are four segments each day packed with great information.
That’s right, there is no cost to you to join me and all the other speakers…amazing, right?!
Interested? Find out more at:
I know that summer time can be unpredictable and if you are worried that you won’t be able to listen in to all of the calls? No problem!!
Along with no cost, Laurie is recording the segments and you will have 24-hour access to the replay. Pretty cool!
Questions? No problem! Email firstname.lastname@example.org for answers. Laurie’s got a great team to answer your questions.
Here’s a sneak peak at some of the guest experts and the title of their talks that will be joining me on the Succeed with ADHD telesummit:
Dr. Billi Bittan of AttentionB – “Become the Chief Executive of Your Executive Functions”
Alan Brown of ADD Crusher – “Getting Unstuck: The Magic of Smart Self-Analysis
Jeff Copper of Attention Talk Radio – “Driven by Boredom”
Tiffany Criswell, Author – “My Journey with ADD: Denial or IGNORance Will Not Take Away a Mental Disability”
Casey Dixon of Dixon Life Coaching- “Your ADHD Road Trip –> Destination Mindfulness”
Laurie Dupar of Coaching for ADHD – “ADHD Coaches Needed! How to Help Others with ADHD and Make a Difference”
Lynne Edris, ACG – “10 Simple Rules for ADHD-Friendly Organization!”
Rick Green of TotallyADD.com – “Creative? Yes! Productive? No.”
Jared and DeAnn Jennette of Embrace Parent Coaching – “Adoption and ADHD: Three Keys to Calming the Storm”
Leslie Josel of Order Out of Chaos – “It’s 10:00PM: Have You Done Your Homework Yet? Tips, Tools and Techniques for Teaching Your Teen Time Management”
Roya Kravetz of ADHD Success Coaching – “When it’s More Than ADHD”
Randy Kulman – “Why Your Kid with ADHD Should (or Should Not) Play Video Games”
Tara McGillicuddy of ADDClasses.com and ADHD Support Talk Radio – “The Importance of Effective Self-Care when you have ADD / ADHD”
Shelley Mitchell of My Personal Business Coach – “ADHD is a GIFT! 10 Keys To Leveraging Your ADHD for Business SUCCESS (and Yes, Making More Money)”
Dana Rayburn of Effortless Living – “Taming Your Task List”
Rudy Rodriguez – “Time Management for Unmanageable People”
Jodi Sleeper-Triplett of JST Coaching and Training – “Managing the Stress of Life Transitions”
Elaine Taylor-Klaus and Diane Dempster of ImpactADHD – “What Parenting Style Works Best for ADHD Kids?”
Ari Tuckman, PsyD – “ADHD, Relationships, and Sex: Way Too Important to Ignore”
Robert Tudisco, Esq. – “NAVIGATING THE PERFECT STORM: When School Discipline and Criminal Prosecution Collide”
Be sure you don’t miss out.
Grab your spot for this one of a kind f.ree event:
Be the one with all the answers for success…this is the telesummit to help you achieve that with your ADHD.
I hope you can join me!
FACT! Only 22% of high school students with ADHD/ADD go on to college
FACT! As little as 5% of college students with ADHD/ADD actually graduate from college
FACT! I want to CHANGE these facts and need your help!
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FACT! Statistics are MEANT to be CHALLENGED and CHANGED!
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