If you’re living with ADHD, you have a special relationship with overwhelm. You know what it’s like to sit deep under the mountain of commitments and promises and clutter and shame, holding out hope for the magic solution that will make it all better. There is no magic solution. But there is hope. To get organized with ADHD, you first have to put on your miner’s helmet and turn on the light! You have to learn to dig, to sift out the gold, and discard the rest, all in an effort to simplify your lifestyle, and organize your most important spaces free of shame, judgement, and doubt. Have you run into some of these roadblocks yourself?
* Not sure how to sort your things clearly and easily?
* Not sure what to keep, but feeling guilty around letting things go?
* Overwhelmed by the prospect of all the change ahead, so you avoid the work all together?
You’re not alone.
In this webinar, Nikki Kinzer will help you see the connection between your ADHD and the natural challenges you face when making decisions and getting organized. She’ll introduce her organizing process, trusted by so many with ADHD, and help you better identify where organizing can be most challenging for you. And with Nikki’s key strategies for sorting success, you’ll be able to relieve the pressure you feel as you get started yourself!
- The connection between ADHD, Organizing, and Decision Making
- Overcoming some of the more common roadblocks around sorting and making decisions
- What to avoid to make sorting easier and not so overwhelming
Who: Nikki Kinzer, PCC
Nikki Kinzer is a Professional Certified ADHD Coach who works with adults and college students living with ADHD. Her passion is to partner with individuals to help them build positive life habits, reduce stress, and inspire them to take back control in their lives.
Nikki is a co-host of the award-winning show, Taking Control: The ADHD Podcast where she has been taking questions and supporting her listeners since 2010. She writes regularly at Taking Control: The ADHD Blog, where she shares strategies for living your best life with ADHD.
She is the author of Taking Control of Your Space: Your guide to beating stress and learning to organize any space, available on Amazon and iBooks and the creator of Organizing Your Space Your Way, a step by step ADHD organizing course to take back control of your space.
There are no reviews yet.