||Adults with ADHD often feel scattered and like they are drowning. There is so much to do, and not enough time or energy to accomplish it all.
Having ADHD can be a challenge because routine tasks seem so difficult. You have to pay attention to details and tasks, which might seem boring or insignificant. The alternative of not attending to theses tasks, though, is a life so disorganized and out of control, that joy is sapped. You can't find anything, everything takes more time than you have, small tasks become increasingly monumental, procrastination leads to more work, and you operate out of a crisis mode.
Coaches deal with problems in everyday living such as organization, time management, memory, follow-through, and motivation. Coaches focus on the what, when and how.
Coaching can provide the skills and insight an adult with ADHD needs to successfully conquer life. When routine daily tasks are not overwhelming, then the joy of life can be experienced and you can feel the success of your accomplishments.
Working with a coach can help you to learn time management skills, to clearly identify goals, and to improve concentration. When you learn to work efficiently, you are much more effective, and therefore accomplish more.
Organizational skills are such an important part of our life, and learning to create and maintain organization frees you to engage in the things you want to do.
Coaching allows you to stop and think, to be silent and to listen to yourself - your thoughts, beliefs and dreams. With the encouragement of your coach, you can be all that you are destined to be. You are not limited by the challenges of ADHD, because you have developed skills to cope and to be successful.
Being in a coaching relationship can provide support, encouragement and accountability, all of which help you to achieve not only your goals, but your dreams!
- Learn about ADHD
- Practice organizational skills
- Get a handle on time management
- Identify your goals and the steps necessary to achieve them
- Maintain focus to achieve your identified goals
- Build motivation and learn to use rewards effectively
- Improve concentration
- Increase efficiency and effectiveness
- Get the support system you need