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Does Your Rambling Make the Point? - 117

podcast May 01, 2023

I often hear from many accomplished adults that they feel like imposters.  They have been able to hold things together and advance in their career, yet the toll on them is huge.  They have created workarounds to get the job done but fear being found out.  Work takes so much time and leaves little if any time for pursuing their dreams, hobbies or even cherished time with family and friends.  Over time, their self-confidence and happiness has disappeared.  Enter… imposter syndrome. In order to feel confident, you need to be competent in those areas of life you created workarounds for.  In other words, competence  confidence. 

Many adults ramble when they speak.  I used to.  I didn’t have a target; I just started talking and hoped I would make sense to those listening if I just said enough.  To ramble on is to speak or write at length and with many digressions, such as rambling on for a couple of hours and your listeners become restless.  Rambling uses up a lot of time, effort and energy – whether talking or writing.  Rambling on is an expression of disorganization or confusion in thinking. 

Does it take you a while to get to the point in a conversation or presentation?  Do you feel the need to provide all the details you can possibly think of when you are explaining something to someone?  Have you ever thought your rambling or excessive explaining was a sign of executive function skill deficits? 

In this episode, I talk about:

  • Excessive rambling
  • Strategies to improve your communication
  • How to develop organized thinking and an organized mind
  • And more!

Developing your Executive Function Skills and shifting your limiting beliefs is the fastest and most effective way to overcome ADHD limitations, find focus, gain confidence, and a newfound freedom in your life!

My mission is to put an end to the worldwide needless suffering of adults with ADHD and those with under-developed Executive Function Skills - whether from ADHD, chronic depression or anxiety, trauma, addictions, or chronic illnesses.  And, you don't need a formal diagnosis to know you need help developing these executive function skills in order to greatly reduce your suffering.








Full Episode TranscriptHi Aspiring Achievers,   I often hear from many accomplished adults that they feel like imposters.  They have been able to hold things together and advance in their career, yet the toll on them is huge.  They have created workarounds to get the job done but fear being found out.  Work takes so much time and leaves little if any time for pursuing their dreams, hobbies or even cherished time with family and friends.  Over time, their self-confidence and happiness has disappeared.  Enter… imposter syndrome.    In order to feel confident, you need to be competent in those areas of life you created workarounds for.  In other words, competence to confidence.  Many adults ramble when they speak.  I used to.  I didn’t have a target; I just started talking and hoped I would make sense to those listening if I just said enough.  To ramble on is to speak or write at length and with many digressions, such as rambling on for a couple of hours and your listeners become restless.  Rambling uses up a lot of time, effort and energy – whether talking or writing.  Rambling on is an expression of disorganization or confusion in thinking. Does it take you a while to get to the point in a conversation or presentation?  Do you feel the need to provide all the details you can possibly think of when you are explaining something to someone?  Have you ever thought your rambling or excessive explaining was a sign of executive function skill deficits?  Rambling is indicative of disorganized thinking, and this can be remedied by developing one’s executive function skill for Organization of Thought (not things, which is a different EF skill).  Have you ever had a conversation with someone that didn’t end anywhere near the original destination? Or, maybe, you reached the original destination, just not directly. Some people are natural ramblers. One thought leads to another, which spurs a memory, and connects to a related story … all possibly off topic from where the conversation was originally headed. Then there’s thought distraction, where an outside comment, or something passing in the visual field, or even a sudden “pop up” of a “to do” can lead the conversation down an entirely different path. While rambling conversations do not require a person to have ADHD, they are certainly more common in adults with ADHD or more specifically adults with underdeveloped executive function skills.  Another symptom of an executive function skill deficit is when a thought enters your head and pops right out of your mouth, with no filter mechanism.  This could indicate an Inhibiting skill deficit. These rambling journeys don’t happen in every conversation, especially if the topic is well understood.  However, when uncertainty occurs, lots of additional content gets included in an attempt to ensure successful communication.  The outcome is just the opposite and leaves listeners frustrated or confused.   If you are excessively explaining yourself, there can be many reasons for that:  wanting to make sure that you are heard and/or understood, self-esteem issues by wanting to be thought of highly or competent.  Another reason could be your need to please others no matter the cost to you.  This is codependency, which is having an unhealthy relationship with yourself and putting what you believe the needs of others are before your own.  The development of many of the executive function skills will help minimize these challenges, and if codependency is present and resolved, it will put an end to these challenges as well.   Other reasons you might ramble on: Feeling impassioned about a topic and having a propensity for going off on tangents. Feeling insecure about something when asked to talk about it; something you don’t fully understand. Hyperverbal speech may show up as a symptom of ADHD or anxiety. And when anxious, you may talk more than usual or speak very quickly.   Rambling on or excessively explaining yourself isn’t diagnostic criteria for ADHD, however, these symptoms are often present in adults with ADHD and many underdeveloped executive function skills.   Adults with ADHD and deficits in their Organization of Thinking skills have a hard time with conversation.  They might get distracted and lose track of what the other person is saying or even what they were saying.  They might ramble and monopolize the conversation because they can’t get to the point.  Their mind is grabbing a lot of different thoughts rather than just the thoughts or ideas that support or relate to the topic that is being talked about.  And, they may be unable to focus for the length of time they needed in a meeting or while presenting in a meeting.   In order to stop rambling and get to the point, you want to develop any of your executive function skill deficits, especially organization of thinking, planning, prioritizing and such.  In the meantime, here’s some things you might be able to do to lessen your ramblings and get your message cross:  Measure how much you are talking (perhaps use a timer) and whether or not you could talk less and say more. Take time to reflect after conversations on what your intended outcomes were, what took place, and how you might improve this next time. Consider using other ways to share your ideas, such as written notes. Build in pauses, to allow you to be intentional in your talking. Ask for help, when possible, with sizing down what you are saying and how to stay more on track.   Remember, you mind is trainable, and you don’t have to stay stuck with whatever you mind currently does.  You can eliminate executive function deficits with proper training.  And for now, here’s some additional strategies that may help you to improve communication and reduce rambling: Practice listening. If you are easily distracted by external stimuli or internal thoughts, you want to minimize these distractions.  Having a listening strategy can be helpful, such as “active listening.”  This is where you repeat back to the person speaking what you heard them saying and most important, ask if you got it right or if there is more or if you missed something.  This is great for building rapport with people as well as building your listening skills. Avoid rambling. If you often get lost in your own thoughts, you want to keep yourself externally focused, rather than internally focused.  Having a pausing strategy can be helpful, such as stopping yourself from speaking for too long.  You could set an alarm and time yourself or watch the other person’s facial expressions and stay aware of whether they have had a chance to speak yet or not.  You could also ask them if they wanted to say something and wait for their reply, rather than just keep talking. Focus on the other person. Be curious about what they have to say rather than only focusing on what you have to say.  Having a strategy to remain curious is helpful such as asking the other person what they think of what you are saying?  Or, is what you are saying clear to them?  And wait for their response and be curious and interested in what they have to say rather than just giving them a chance to say a few words and then jumping back in to monopolize the conversation. Reciprocity. Give and take strategy.  Be sure you are focusing on caring for the other person and their needs rather than just your own.  Go for balance. Call a time-out. Pace yourself.  Many adults feel pressured to speak while they have the opportunity to do so.      What’s interesting to me when I did an online search to see what others said about how to develop organized thinking, I found articles offering tips on ways to organize complex thoughts such as with brain dumps, mind maps, sticky notes and such.  If I didn’t already have well-developed organized thinking, these tips or strategies wouldn’t teach me how to develop better organized thinking.  These articles are only telling me how to externally organize thoughts with various methods but if I can’t recognize how to prioritize or organize those thoughts, then the tips or strategies are of no use to me.  What is needed is information about how to actually ‘develop’ organized thinking itself.  That is why I teach executive function skill development rather than just tips or strategies.  The Chinese philosopher Lao Tzu once said, “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day.  Teach him how to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.”  My mission is to feed everyone for a lifetime so we create a society of empowered thinkers rather than people always dependent on others telling them what to think or do or feel.  I know it takes time and yet the time spent is well-worth the investment because the return is for a lifetime.   To develop your organization of thinking and have an organized mind, you are habitually able to find and access the information you have within you as well as express it in various ways depending on what the situations require.  You can learn to think analytically, philosophically, mathematically, scientifically, critically, to name just a few.  Along with other well-developed executive function skills, you can prioritize your thoughts and actions, integrate what you are learning from others as well as yourself and can pick out the key points to express in conversations, knowing that you have access to more information if your listeners need more.  Because you are competent in these skills, you feel confident to participate in life and enjoy living a full and meaningful life.   If you’ve never had your Executive Function Skills assessed, I highly recommend my free PDF, “13 Signs Weak Executive Functioning Is Holding You Back.”  This is a good starting point to gain some insights into your level of development or deficit so you can understand what’s been holding you back.  I use a more comprehensive executive function skill assessment for the students in my GSD-FE program, because I want to know more in-depth information with the students I work with.  However, the PDF I created is definitely a good starting place for you.  You can grab your copy from my website; link is in the show notes.      If you’ve been listening to my podcast for any length of time, you know that I differentiate us as “human beings” and “human doings.”  Society looks at us through the lens of “human doings” and many of us have been indoctrinated to view ourselves as a “human doings” as well.  We value ourselves based on what we can do and when we can’t do many things due to executive function deficits, we don’t feel very good about ourselves and worse yet, may give up hope of life getting any better.  Please don't give up hope; rather, borrow mine until you have gained your own hope again.  It’s real hope; not cheerleader hope.   You are a precious child of the universe; and are called a “human being” not a “human doing” for good reason.  As a “human being”, you don’t have to earn your value; you were born with it.  Your value comes from “who” you are “being”; not what you are doing, which means if you focus on “being” the highest expression of what resides within you, you can wake up every day with your value 100%.  You may still be developing your “doing” abilities, yet as a “being” you are enough and that’s a great win to celebrate every day of your life.  And if you don’t believe me, then please consider coming to work with me in some capacity so I can guide you and celebrate with you all that is amazing about you, the “human being.” – that is, if it’s your time.   Speaking of wins, what’s it going to be for you today?  Focusing on the wins of “being” – you make it a point to smile at everyone you see as you take your morning walk and perhaps even say hello or good morning to each of them.  It’s possible you made their day by simply acknowledging their existence instead of looking away.  That’s such a kind gesture and an amazing win for you both!  You have started making time for yourself, the “human being” every day, even if it’s just 15 minutes a day to start with.  You are honoring that “being” that lives within you and it is a priceless gift that you are giving to yourself every day “just because” you can.  That’s fantastic!  You decided to apologize to yourself and make living amends to yourself for the harms you have caused yourself as a gesture of love and gratitude for who you are “being” and have been all along.  Absolutely amazing!  Each one of these WINS deserves your whole-hearted celebrating!  YES!!  WOW!!  THANK YOU!!  You are honoring yourself every day and not many people do so.  We all have daily wins, if we pay attention and look for them, and I am hopeful that you are celebrating them all – big and small.  You deserve no less.   How much time do we have?  Not much.  So, let’s get to it.   I have lived a life of service for most of my 72 years and it fulfills me.  Helping hundreds of adults change themselves from the inside out so they can transform their limiting beliefs and outdated identities to empowering ones, eliminating challenges with regard to how people manage themselves in time and time itself so it becomes a healthy partnership, understanding the causes for procrastination and banishing those causes so things get done, and lighting the way to making decisions more easily that are known to be good decisions before ever acted on absolutely excites me.  And that’s only the Fundamentals.   Because I believe in teaching you to fish so you can feed yourself for a lifetime, I have further helped hundreds of adults to integrate the life skills for success so they can live the sustainable, successful life they want and deserve.  This is only possible through the elimination of their executive function deficits, which means that they learn to develop those executive functions skills, rather than just being fed some tips or hacks or strategies as workarounds.  I view those workarounds as band-aids that fall off in time or we stop using them because we have to consciously remember to use them.  Instead, my students learn how to change themselves from the inside out and integrate all they are developing, so they come to know that they can take care of themselves no matter what situation they are in.  They have become the person who can do so. If you resonate with my approach and want what others before you have received, I am excited for you, and would welcome the opportunity to speak with you about your current situation and what you are seeking, so we can determine together if what has worked for so many other adults would work for you as well.  See the show notes for how to book that discovery call with me.   Here’s a summary of what I’ve created with you in mind, knowing that at least one of the following will fit your life circumstances and budget: GSD-F – Get Sh*t Done Fundamentals is our newest offering. Access is available from May 1 – August 31. As its name implies, it is focused on the Fundamentals; those executive function pre-skills that set you up for greater success. Upgrading your outdated identity is important so you are being the person who can do and have what you are seeking. Without this work, you cannot outperform your outdated identity; you are limited by who you continue to think and believe you are. Releasing your limiting beliefs is also important for you to be able to achieve what you are seeking. Without this work, you cannot outperform your limiting beliefs and will continue to be held back by them. Time is our most precious currency and asset. If you also believe that to be true, you probably understand that time doesn’t stand still for any of us and once it’s spent, it is gone for good.  There is no reclaiming past time that we’ve spent poorly.  And even though we get more time every day until we don’t, the cost of not knowing how to manage yourself in relationship with time and time itself is one of the most expensive losses or debts we each incur in our lifetime.  You just can’t afford to leave this skill poorly developed, unless your dreams and goals don’t matter to you or those closest to you. Procrastination steals your most precious currency and asset – time. The more you procrastinate, the more time you lose.  There are reason adults procrastinate at the beginning, middle, end or all areas as well as saboteurs that attempt to steal your time if you don’t know how to deal with them and banish them.  This is also a skill that you can’t afford to leave poorly developed, unless you don’t care about the time you are bleeding out every time you procrastinate. Decision-making is a critically important skill that most aren’t taught and yet it is part of our day-to-day life at work and home. If your process for making decisions is anything like the poor process that I was taught as a kid, then I feel for you.  It leaves way too much to chance and you never know if you’ve made a good decision, the right decision, until you act on that decision and experience the outcome.  Do you really want to continue to wait and see how things turn out with the decisions you make or would you rather develop a methodology that guides you to make good decisions and know they are the right decisions given all the information you have provided?  You eliminate self-doubt and fear that you’ve made a bad decision; instead, you can be confident that your decision is right before you act on it. There’s more to what GSD-Fundamentals offers you and you can learn more by clicking the link in the show notes. GSD-FE – Get Sh*t Done Fundamentals + Essentials This program combines the best of GSD-F with the entire GSD-FE program which is Fundamentals + Essentials. If you decide to work in the GSD-F program prior to the full GSD-FE program, then the Fundamentals will be a review for you to further solidify your transformation.  If you decide to enroll in the GSD-FE program, you can gain as much as 4 additional months of transformational work and coaching calls (depending on when you enroll) before the GSD-FE program begins in September 2023. All of this extra time working with me is essentially free, since the price of the program remains the same whether you take advantage of this additional time or wait to enroll at the last minute and miss out on all of this extra training, coaching and healing work.   Only in GSD-FE do you develop all 13 Essential executive function skills, rather than develop workarounds. You develop them so they become an integrated part of you rather than an appendage that can fall away. Only in GSD-FE, within 24-48 hours of your enrollment, do you complete a comprehensive executive function skill assessment, for informational purposes only, that helps us see and understand your degree of deficit rather than just knowing it’s a deficit. There is a big difference between being 90% underdeveloped with your planning skills vs. 65% underdeveloped.  Both people know they lack the well-developed executive function skill of planning, and having more specific details helps my students more fully understand their starting point and have compassion for themselves as they begin their transformation. Only in GSD-FE, within 24-48 hours of your enrollment, do you submit a maximum of 2-pages typed information about your challenges and goals for yourself in the program; anything you feel would be beneficial for me to know about you, so long as it is a maximum of 2-pages typed. It’s important for me to get to know my GSD-FE students more deeply before working with them, so I can serve their long-term needs most effectively. Only in GSD-FE, do I review your EF assessment results in light of your 2-pages of background information, and then record a personalized video debriefing your results and send you a link to a private viewing page with the video and EF scores there for you to review. According to my students, this information is invaluable. At the end of the program, you will complete the same comprehensive executive function skill assessment to see concretely the progress you have made in the development of your skills. The re-assessment results are typically different than the original results, if the student has fully engaged with the program as it is designed to do so.   As far as we know, we are the only program offering such a comprehensive entry into a transformational program. The GSD-FE program is a high-touch, comprehensive program for the leveling up and development of your EF pre-skills and EF core skills that will change your life. Its 7-months of working with me, one-to-one, in a group format, that will bring you more than I ever could outside of this structure.   Being together in this group energy and unpacking everything that I recommend you examine and possibly develop, to have the life you say you want is powerful transformation.  What got us here, won’t get us further.  To move beyond today’s achievements, we need to be different, so we can do different, and have different than we have. If you have questions about the GSD program, click the link in the show notes to book your complimentary discovery call with me. Doors open May 1st for GSD Fundamentals, and the sooner you talk to me so we can determine together if the GSD program is a good fit for you or not, the more additional time you will get to transform your life in the Fundamentals program.   We have students from all over the world enrolling in the program; so, location is not an obstacle. GSD is the fastest and most comprehensive path to develop yourself and your skills while eliminating the obstacles that used to stop you or keep you from completing something this important to you. TTC – The Transformation Club If both GSD-F and GSD-FE sound like more than you can handle at this time, we still a solution for you and that is TTC. A yearly membership program focused on the development of executive function skills related to Mind, Emotions and Behaviors. If you only have about 2-3 hours a month available for your skill development, then this is for you. A live monthly training with replay available in membership within 24 hours. A live monthly Q & A on the training topic with replay available in membership within 24 hours. A monthly private podcast produced to answer any questions submitted from TTC members only in podcast format. A private peer-to-peer community forum for TTC members only to post their takeaways, insights, wins, accountability and gain support from like-minded TTC members.   If you are in our Facebook group, Living Beyond ADHD, you may have noticed that there is no longer any new activity there.  Everything is happening outside of that group.  TTC is the closest to what a Facebook training group can be; however, our group was never intended to be a training group.  That is why TTC was created so you have privacy, community and quality training and support.   Over the years I have assessed the degree of EF skill development in hundreds of adults.  For those students of mine who start their journey in the 90%+ underdeveloped category, I know how difficult their life has been.  Some have had to go on disability or quit their jobs or even retire; they have continued to struggle, have relationship problems, and this is the horribly painful life journey without well-developed EF skills.  This is no joke and yet I feel that the world at large makes jokes about ADHD symptoms and many other things that people are struggling with; it’s just down right disrespectful and painful.    Being the curious person I am, I have some questions for you to consider:  What challenges are you facing in your life right now? How long have you been suffering? What has it already cost you to be saddled with these challenges? What will it cost you to continue to have these challenges impacting or limiting your life?   And an even more powerful question: What would it take for you to be willing to release your challenges and suffering and embrace sustainable, successful life skills so you can live the life you want?   It’s a powerful question to ask yourself and to sit with.    If you believed that changing yourself from the inside out, so that you become the person who can live a sustainable, successful life was the solution to your suffering, what would you do? And if you believed this was the solution but would take you a long time and be very difficult if not impossible for you to achieve given your history, what would you do? And what if you learned that it is the rare individual who fully believes that this is the solution and that they can successfully navigate the program and make the changes necessary? What if you don’t have to believe this will work for you, but rather trust that it has worked for hundreds of others who have gone before you and will work for you as well?   We recently re-branded ADDventures In Achievement Foundational Skills to Get Sh*t Done Fundamentals & Essentials because it expresses what happens for our students who engage with the program as it is designed to be engaged with.  And if you do, you will be experiencing changes during your 7-month journey that you hoped for as well as many that you had no idea would be happening.  The results in our first month together are exciting.  And now, with the creation of Get Sh*t Done Fundamentals (GSD-F), you can add up to 4 months of time together to develop and refine your EF pre-skills as well as release more of your limiting beliefs and upgrade more of your identity or sense of self before the second phase of the program. Or, you can simply enroll in GSD Fundamentals as a stand-alone experience if you aren’t sure about taking the entire GSD Fundamentals & Essentials journey.      And, if that feels like too much of a commitment for you at this time, you can always get started in The Transformation Club for 2-3 hours a month of your time and slowly immerse yourself in the development of EF skills.   Whatever your needs, we’ve got you covered.    From my perspective, the most important question to ask yourself is: What have your deficits cost you up to now and what will the further cost be if you don’t do something about them now?   Since you aren’t here with me to have this conversation right now, I can tell you what my deficits cost me until I did something about them.  Relationships.  Jobs.  Marriages.  Financial losses.  Lost opportunities.  I wasn’t able to live ready for my life to unfold for me because I wasn’t competent enough to handle so many of the opportunities over my lifetime.  Now, at 72 years young, I am competent, confident and living ready for whatever opportunities present themselves and are aligned with my values and goals for my life.  It’s a good feeling and one that many of my new students look forward to having, and I trust that they will.   If you live in the UK, and need what my GSD program offers you but finances are an issue, there is a grant assistance program through Access to Work that just might provide the funding for the GSD program for you; it has for a number of my students.  If you live in Australia, or Ireland or other places, there may also be funding to help you access the GSD program.  To learn more about what might be available to you if you live in those areas, check the page on my website – link is in the show notes.   And while you are waiting for your grant assistance to come through, if this applies to you, consider coming into The Transformation Club to start your EF skill transformation with other like-minded adults from around the world for less than $1 a day.   The program is a lifesaver.  Life is precious, and time even more so.  We all get a certain amount of time here.  And when that time is up, it’s up.  What if you knew what I know which is that the GSD program can put an end to your suffering and give you the life you have been struggling to have… and it can do so in just 7-months?  What would you do?  I know what I would do – but that’s me.  I can’t speak for you.   If you believed with absolute certainty that you could develop the EF skills you are missing so you could achieve your goals, would you take action on creating that life for yourself?  Moving from Point A to Point B isn’t so difficult when you have a structured path to follow, and the support to help you overcome the obstacles or resistance you might encounter.  You will find that support and structured path in the GSD program.  Things can be figured out when you don’t run, and you ask for help.  And whatever your music is that is still locked inside of you, isn’t it time for you to release your music within?  I’d love to help you do just that.    If you want an intentional life, you need to be intentional about what you bring into your life.  Be 100% responsible for the life you create for yourself.  Even if you have challenges in your life, there are solutions, and you can increase the quality of your life tremendously, especially if you develop your EF skills.   If you resonate with what I share and my approach, and would like to benefit from more than just my podcast show, you now know the options that I have created for you.  The decision is yours to make.  And even if you decide to do nothing, you are deciding to stay the same or worse. The years will pass no matter what you decide.  It’s really the choice of what you will put into those years rather than them just be passing years filled with frustration and regrets.   You heard me earlier talking about the currency of time as our most precious asset, since it’s not something we can ever get back.  No matter how you spend your time, it’s gone.  This is a huge price to pay for hesitation or indecision.  If you need what I am offering, I urge you to take action today and not do the typical - “that’s nice Dr B and I’ll get around to it at some point but not right now.” You have no time to waste; none of us do.  If you aren’t moving forward, you are sliding backwards because time doesn’t stand still.    Book a complimentary discovery call.  Review the GSD program roadmaps.  Look at the TTC material if GSD isn’t for you at this time.  Do something to move forward; take some positive action today.  The doors to the opportunities in our lifetime don’t stay open forever.  I say this because I have waited in the past and doors have closed that I wish could open up again and they can’t.  I live a life of service and want to be of service to you in some capacity.   You came to this lifetime with an empowering gift, perhaps many of them, and I would love it if each and every person on this planet were able to express his or her unique, empowering gifts freely, without the threat of being shamed or criticized.  Let’s put an end to that stigma once and for all and live full out as Empowered Achievers.   A Favorite Quote:  Tony Robbins said, “It is the small decisions you and I make every day that create our destiny.”    I love this quote because it is in line with my philosophy.  Do life in small steps and do those small steps well.  Small lets you focus on the details of the small step so you can do them well.  Small keeps you under the radar of resistance and push back.  Small and consistent is the winning formula.   Subscribe & Review in Apple Podcasts If you found value in this episode, please leave me a review on Apple Podcasts!  Our mission is to help as many people as possible transform their lives, and when you leave a positive review, more people can find this podcast!  Just click here to review, select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and tell me what your favorite part of the podcast is.  Thank you!   If you’re loving the podcast, and you would like to work with me, you’ll find all the transformative opportunities listed in the show notes.    Personal transformation is available to everyone who seeks it.  We have made sure that there is an opportunity to fit a variety of needs.  There are real solutions to the challenges you are experiencing, so reach out to us.  There is a lot of misinformation out and about.  Be mindful and intentional with your decisions.  Time is your most precious asset, and your life won’t wait forever.  I would love to help you realize a new freedom, that is…if that’s of interest to you.  One final thought – “Never allow waiting to become a habit.  Live your dreams and take risks.  Life is happening now.”  Thanks for listening…  Until the next time…  Bye for now… Get Sh*t Done Fundamentals + Essentials (GSD-FE) Program Information: (previously known as the ADDventures In Achievement [AIA-FS] program) Grant assistance page for help with funding for GSD-FE program:  Book your complimentary discovery call with Dr B to get your questions answered, and determine together if GSD-FE is right for you or not: Free PDF - 13 Signs Weak Executive Functioning Is Holding You Back:  The Transformation Club (TTC) – if time or money commitments have been holding you back - the affordable membership program for Executive Function skills development: Book your complimentary discovery call to get your questions answered and determine if TTC is right for you or not: (coming soon)








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