Webinar Recording: “You’ll be late to your own funeral!” The Tricky Art of Arriving On Time

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You try so hard to get to your class/job/appointment/dinner date/wedding on time. You have clocks everywhere, but they only serve to remind you that you’re late again, sending you into panic mode. Now everyone will glare/be angry/think you’re a loser or other self-loathing insult. It’s all part of owning that infernal ADHD brain, right? And it’s all part of the fine line between ADHD excuse and explanation.

But with help from this webinar, you’ll be able to thwart that ADHD brain and surprise your friends when you show up ON TIME. EVERY TIME (well, almost every time). It all boils down to a simple formula that you can use again and again to get you out the door and into that comfortable, if not cocky, position of arriving on time.

Who: Linda Roggli, PCC

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You try so hard to get to your class/job/appointment/dinner date/wedding on time. You have clocks everywhere, but they only serve to remind you that you’re late again, sending you into panic mode. Now everyone will glare/be angry/think you’re a loser or other self-loathing insult. It’s all part of owning that infernal ADHD brain, right? And it’s all part of the fine line between ADHD excuse and explanation.

But with help from this webinar, you’ll be able to thwart that ADHD brain and surprise your friends when you show up ON TIME. EVERY TIME (well, almost every time). It all boils down to a simple formula that you can use again and again to get you out the door and into that comfortable, if not cocky, position of arriving on time.

Join Linda Roggli (who lost 13 minutes back in 1975 and never found them again) as she shares this life-changing formula that will amaze your friends and dazzle you with its “oh yeah, I could have done that,” simplicity. By the way, try to show up…um…on time for the webinar. Please?

Who: Linda Roggli, PCC

Biography

Linda Roggli, PCC, is an award-winning author and founder of the ADDiva Network which supports women with ADHD who are 40-and-better. Her book, Confessions of an ADDiva-midlife in the non-linear lane (2011) won first prize in the Next Generation Indy Book awards. She is a contributing author to The Distracted Couple: The Impact of ADHD on Relationships (2013). Linda is a Professional Certified Coach and retreat facilitator for women and ADHD couples. She serves as immediate-past vice-president of the Board of Directors for ADDA and moderates its weekly webinar series. She is a sought-after speaker at conferences and blogs for ADDitude magazine. She and her husband live in Durham, NC.

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