Ready to find out if underdeveloped, essential Executive Function life skills are preventing you from reaching your professional goals?
Then download your copy of "13 Signs Weak Executive Functioning is Holding You Back!"
Are you a professional who’s tried everything to get your ADHD under control? Therapy, medication, books, podcasts, etc... and nothing is working?
Maybe it’s your underdeveloped Executive Function life skills.
Sign up and receive:
- A free self-test to evaluate your Executive Function weaknesses
- Information about the 13 EF life skills you need for success
- The secret to why it’s more than ADHD
Struggling to finish work tasks?
Forgetting important deadlines?
Late to every meeting?
What if I told you that you are NOT the problem and
neither is your ADHD brain?
Developing and integrating your essential Executive Function life skills is the key to success!
Imagine the feeling of finally harnessing your brain power to consciously focus when and where you need it most, like:
Keeping yourself on schedule. Check! ✓
Boosting your working memory. Check! ✓
Making better decisions more easily. Check! ✓
And increasing your chances for that promotion! Check! ✓
About Dr B
I’m the host and producer of the podcast, Living Beyond ADHD.
I’m also a transformational educator, coach, psychotherapist and founder of Get Sh*t Done (GSD) previously known as (AIA-FS) ADDventures In Achievement Foundational Skills Program.
Like you, I am a professional with ADHD who’s spent a lot of time, effort and energy looking for solutions to my own challenges. I’ve discovered quick-fixes, medication, therapy and typical coaching are only band-aids. And some are very expensive band-aids, not only costing us financially, but also physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually.
After years of putting my own ADHD experience and knowledge to work for me, I developed the Empowered Achiever Effect which consists of 5 elements that provide you with scaffolding support and strategies for developing core life skills, releasing limiting beliefs, embracing a positive sense of self or identity, and keeping what you’ve achieved.
I’ve been thrilled to walk alongside my students as they move from achievement to achievement in their lives. It brings me great joy to see them walking into a newfound freedom.