If you’re ready to take an active part in responding to your diagnosis of ADHD instead of just coasting on the meds, you will find support in this growing, online, rebel community. While we help improve your mood, your memory, and your focus, we’ll be agitating for a place at the table where professionals are talking about how to treat and diagnosis us.

You can learn to thrive with your ADHD, but you’re going to have to put your back into it. With enough work, you may discover that your cognitive disability many consider a curse may turn out to be your secret superpower once you learn to harness it correctly.

In this blog I’ll share how to gradually build in routines and tools to harness your ADHD, and how you can radically improve your performance, your results, and the way you feel about yourself.

You already know you aren’t like everybody else. We’re going to turn around and face those nagging fears and stop them from getting in your way; this blog celebrates your difference and teaches you how to see yourself the way you want others to see you.

As a successful, twice-diagnosed, happily married father of two, I know personally what is possible with the right kind of help. I also know what it’s like to coast, and expect the meds to do it all for me – and to be horribly disappointed. More.

The right kind of help begins here, now, on this blog. What happens next is where things get interesting. Without facing and managing your unique ADHD symptoms, you leave the command center of your life vacant. The work we do to identify and address your own ADHD is where you take back control over where your life goes next.

That’s why this blog celebrates you – not how majoritorian society thinks you should be–but you as you are and proposes that you are just as entitled to success and happiness as anybody else.

If you like what you read, you can email me to set up a free 20-minute call to see if coaching can help you.