Author: Richard Webster

How to Find an ADHD Coach

By Richard Webster I get asked a lot – how do you find or choose a coach? In my opinion, coaching can be effective for most people struggling with ADHD issues of executive function, but only if you believe in the coach AND adopt a “coachable” mindset. First, realize that coaching is not the same […]

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A Different Perspective

I often have a very difficult time doing crucially important things: mailing out a bill that is going to be late or calling a client who is expecting to hear from me.  Some days I can do everything pretty well, but other days I just seem paralyzed.  I find countless distractions and kick myself even […]

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Are you in Debt Denial?

You may have gotten this far and are wondering what Debt Denial is and if this describes you. Debt denial can be defined as state in which someone refusing to see the truth, or believe the truth about their debts or loans. The infographic featured here has some great starting points to help you identify […]

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More Meaningful Discussions About Money

We all face money issues to a greater or lesser degree. Rena-Fi, Inc. decided to come up with the following questions and thoughts to facilitate deeper, more meaningful discussions around the very real money issues people with ADHD encounter.

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New ADHD Friendly Course Added to Rena-Fi.com

As an official partner with Rena-Fi, Inc., we wanted to be sure and mention a new educational course complete with videos, workbooks and life applications specific to the ADHD crowd on their site. The videos in this new course feature Linda Walker of Focus Action Success teaching the material. She’s no stranger to ADDA and […]

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