You are a traveler on a journey. ADHD can make that journey more challenging.
As an ADHD coach, I am a travel companion pointing out paths that utilize your natural assets and side-stepping traps and mis-steps. You can get where you are going on your own but when you coach with me, you will have a willing, supportive and enthusiastic partner who understands your unique brain wiring.
When you work with me you work with an ADHD coach who draws upon thousands of hours of client experience and training. I am a tele-class leader for an ICF ACTP accredited coaching program. I am a thought leader on the concept of positive accountability – the topic of my first book. The collective knowledge I draw on when training coaching students is the same when coaching my clients.
I work with creative and resourceful professionals, entrepreneurs and business owners or “Global Creatives” all over the country and help them match action with intention.
Who I Coach
You are a small business owner, professional or entrepreneur wanting more focus and follow-through.
You are someone curious about living a better life with ADHD.
You have something very important – a job, an opportunity, a life shifting intention – that is not getting enough time, attention, action or completion. You are my clients, my students, and my peers – we are Global Creatives.
Who I Coach: You
Together, we identify what really matters in your life and build a framework to get you there. You can get there on your own but when you coach with me, you will have a willing, supportive and enthusiastic partner who understands your unique brain wiring.
What Is Coaching?
To understand what I do, it’s helpful to understand more about coaching, and why coaching might be a good choice for you.
With origins in business, education and psychology, coaching has been around for about 20 years.
When I first looked into coach training there were basically three choices. Now there are over 150 accredited training programs world-wide, including graduate programs in leading universities like Georgetown and Robert H Smith School of Business at University of Maryland.
To say that coaching has exploded in popularity would be an understatement.