Tag Archives: adhd

Travel Your Individual Path to Success

Acceptance of who you are is the biggest obstacle. We’ve been told all our lives that we’re doing things the wrong or we can’t achieve anything if we continue to do things the wrong way. But if you keep saying this to yourself, you’ll start believing it and you really won’t go anywhere. I was […]

More Than Just Thanksgiving

Thoughts on Giving Thanks As the Thanksgiving holiday approaches, our thoughts shift to what and how much we are thankful. But is Thanksgiving more than that? I would say yes. It is more than a moment of reflection. Thanksgiving has deep roots. It involves multiple generations, who endured, sacrificed, and persevered so that we might […]

Self-Care is Love. Self-Care is Life.

Self-care can be a hard concept to wrap one’s head around. Particularly for folks who are living with ADHD, chronic illness, and/or other cognitive or mental health challenges. We’re often focused on living a life that doesn’t “disappoint” those we love, keeping up with our friends, or trying to mask or hide what we’re dealing […]

Focus on What You Can Change!

People living with ADHD are some of the most amazing humans on the planet. They are energetic, highly creative and inventive, and exceptionally sensitive and supportive, and hyperfocused. However, just like with any trait, good traits can become bad if we’re not careful as to how we use them. Sensitivity can help us be attentive […]

Thrive! (Even if you Fail)

We are our very best champion and yet, we have the capacity to be our worst enemy. Our ability to succeed, often constrained by our own limiting beliefs. .. Ever said: “I can’t pursue my dreams because I may fail”? I certainly have, a time or 2 (or 100). Before I really dug in and […]

Accessing the Power of Gratitude

“Happiness cannot be traveled to, owned, earned, worn or consumed. Happiness is the spiritual experience of living every minute with love, grace, and gratitude.” – Denis Waitley     The practice of gratitude as a tool for happiness has been often and widely talked about. Long-term studies show that gratitude is an effective tool. This […]

One Gas Burner at a Time

To people living with ADHD, doing ‘just one thing at a time’ may not seem like a luxury or wasteful, it may simply seem like an impossibility. Focusing and working on many tasks at once may seem like it’s the way it should/must be– a characteristic that’s intrinsic to your being. But it’s not.   […]

Grow yourself using the LEVERAGE ADHD™ System

Grow your business by growing yourself. By working through the previous stages, you will have an idea of your personal strengths and interests.

Validate and Express of Leverage ADHD System™

Validate yourself every day. How are you already successful? In what areas do you shine? People often get bogged down by the negative side of ADHD, feeling ashamed or inadequate because of it. So much energy is wasted by these negative emotions. Instead, embrace your attributes. See how valuable you really are. Practice daily affirmations […]

"Learn" & "Evaluate" of the Leverage ADHD System™

With spring in the air and flowers blossoming on the ground, I was inspired to share with you my Leverage ADHD System™ to help yourself flourish. The LEVERAGE system includes: Learn, Evaluate, Validate, Express, Reframe, Act, Grow, Explore. This month I will go over the first two components of the system—how to learn about your traits and […]