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Jun 23

Life/Work Planning – Revisited or How the Pieces of My Life Fit Together to Create An Awesome Career

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When I first trained with Richard Bolles, author of What Color Is Your Parachute, back in 1991, I was introduced to the concept of Life/Work Planning.   I put the term to rest many years ago.  Now I want to pull it back out of my mind closet, and talk about the piece that has …

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May 08

Effortless Workplace Management with ADHD

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Traditional office workplace environments can pose quite the challenge for those of us who deal with ADHD. There’s a ton of stimuli being thrown at you at any given time, and it’s your responsibility to prioritize and maximize your workload efficiency. Sounds like a nightmare for someone who has problems maintaining concentration, right? Well, there …

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May 08

Excel In Career and Life with ADHD

A Few Career Fields of Fascination that Can Be Magical To Us Some of our peers in the workplace may view ADD/ADHD as a curse, placing us at a disadvantage because we may not always methodically perform otherwise menial tasks.  Depending on the career path, though, some may say the opposite: that ADHD can be …

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May 04

The Focus Blueprint – What’s Yours?

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What is really important to Focus on these days?  Why is Focus critical to Our Purpose and Our Livelihoods?  Are we chasing so many shiny objects that we accomplish nothing or very little in the way of navigating new pathways, frontiers and connections that lead us to joyful, happy work that makes a real difference …

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Feb 25

Career Coaching for ADHDers v. Traditional Career Coaching

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Why ADHD-Specific Career Coaching Is Vital  While the value of career coaching is underestimated in our society, the need for it is vital to anyone who is not clearly focused on a direction that resonates with the heart.  That would be something like 70-80% of the world’s population, according to any statistic on the working population unhappy …

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Dec 16

Why ADHD Entrepreneurs Rock and Tips to Stay Focused

In a world of entrepreneurs launching products and services daily, there are certain characteristics that will separate those inspired to “take no prisoners,” and those who fall off the wagon before the wagon even begins to roll.

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Nov 20

Are You Procrastinating on Clarifying A Super-Fun Career or Business Idea?

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How long did it really take me to get to this article, let me count the ways. I have finally settled into feeling confident in what I want and need to impart to you.

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Nov 07

Loosen Up and Create a Smile File

Here’s what a Smile File is in a nutshell:  a compilation of any and all things visual, in writing and pictorial, that speak to what you have done in your life that you feel delicious about.  Here are a few examples:

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Oct 27

Some Cool Internet Job Searching Features – Guest Blogger, Job Tonic

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In today’s era of rapid development of computer technology and networks, only a small part of the job seekers are looking for job through the print media. Most use modern methods of obtaining accurate and timely information. We are talking about specialized sites as JobTonic with job postings on which there are many offers from …

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Sep 25

DeCluttering with a Bigger Purpose

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DeCluttering with a Big Purpose by Shell Yes, indeed, there are many many qualified ADHD experts out there who address cluttering with far more expertise and finesse than me. Dana Rayburn and Bonnie Mincu come to mind.Today, however, I want to explore with you how the act of decluttering literally opened up possibilities for an …

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