We all want positive change and we all want to live a life full of meaning. Yet the ADHD experience can inhibit the change process disrupting the ability to create new awareness and develop new habits. Positive change can only happen when what needs to change is identified and effectively engaged. To do so we need a way to illuminate the ADHD awareness gap and get curious about the breakdowns we experience and build bridges to close the gap. ADHD is, in part, a mechanical challenge affecting regulation, control and management. Viewing ADHD challenges through a process-rich lens can help individuals understand the mechanical nature of the disorder. Articulating ADHD is an important early step in the change process to explore and identify how ADHD manifests itself for the ADHD individual. ADHD coach, trainer and blogger Cameron Gott weaves personal story, humor and proven coaching techniques to illustrate this process of building awareness to better effective engagement.
- Learn how ADHD is mechanical in nature
- Understand the nature of the ADHD awareness gap
- Learn ways to bridge the awareness gap to better engagement
When: April 19, 2017 at 9 PM Eastern (6 PM Pacific, 7 PM Mountain, 8 PM Central, 10 PM Atlantic, 10:30 PM Newfoundland)
Where: In the comfort of your own home, listening on your computer speakers.
Who: Cameron Gott, PCC
Cameron is an ADHD coach, trainer and blogger. Cameron has helped hundreds of ADHD entrepreneurs and professionals get clear on their priorities, complete tasks and delegate more effectively by understanding how their brains function best. He trains ADHD coaches through Coach Approach for Organizers, an ICF accredited coach training program. Cameron speaks on a variety of topics including coaching, leadership, ADHD and accountability. He is a thought leader and author on the topic of positive accountability. His Global Creative blog addresses the challenges and opportunities facing creative entrepreneurs and leaders and how mastering one’s life starts with understanding one’s brain.