Is it time for you to stop struggling on your own, to set aside a few days to finally get a good grasp on strategies that can really help, to connect with other ADHD business owners just like you who are all facing the same issues you’re facing?
Then join us for
December 5 – 7, 2013, San Diego, California
If you’ve been following us for awhile, you know we’ve been helping entrepreneurs and business people with ADHD make powerful changes in their businesses for over 3 years — and we’ve got success stories to prove it! One of the most powerful things we do is get ADD business owners together, roll up our sleeves, and spend 3 days working on our businesses, our mindsets, and our understanding of ourselves and our ADHD.
“You know you have ADHD and you’ve been treated for it, but you’ve never had anyone go beyond medicating — nothing personalized, or giving a common sense way to deal with it. I thought the coolest thing was, [the retreat] is the first time you have someone to deal with it who understands specific things — like going into hibernation, and opening up the business side, all the way through to handling diet and what to eat to improve. There were lots of things I needed to work on for business, and a lot of people wouldn’t understand the ADHD side of that.
I was spending time on things that didn’t matter. Now I’m getting a sense of what’s realistic and measurable, and I see the improvement. It’s a relief, it feels more confident, and it gives me a sense of control.”
– Brooks White, Midland, TX
Learn more about our 3-day in-person retreat, “Focus, Control, & Balance,” by clicking here.
Or, if you just registered, please check your inbox for call access details.
Are you ready to make big changes in your business?
It can be so frustrating. You’ve worked so hard to get your business to the point it’s at now. You’ve invested time, money, blood, sweat, and tears. Your business idea is sound, your experience is solid, and there is no doubt in your mind that the work you do gets results and helps people a great deal.
Yet often, without warning, you’re spinning out of control.
You’re overwhelmed. Or stuck, anxious, unable to focus or really do anything productive. Or you just feel like you’re in nowhere land.
You procrastinate because you don’t know how or where to start, or what to fix. You know you need to find a way to stop this crazy cycle and focus on your work.
We’ll be talking about how you can do just that in our training call, “Look! Squirrel! How to Stop, Find Direction, and Get Things Done.”
Live training call: “Look! Squirrel! How to Stop, Find Direction, and Get Things Done”
Wednesday, September 18, 2013
12:00 noon Pacific / 3:00 pm Eastern
Sign up here to get immediate access to the details for this training class and announcements about future classes.
Focus, Control, & Balance: How to Take Charge, Get Out of Overwhelm, and Stay on Track for Business Owners with ADHD
Every 6 months we host this intimate retreat, where you’ll connect with entrepreneurs and business owners just like you. Creative, passionate, fun, and smart . . . and all facing issues with ADHD.
You’ll learn business strategies that work for people with ADHD. Because your brain works differently than the brains of the non-ADHD population and standard productivity and business tips don’t work for you, we structure this retreat specifically for YOU and the way your brain receives information.
Sitting for hours on end listening to lectures doesn’t work when you have ADHD. Our event is designed to keep you actively engaged in the material. Even though it’s packed with great information, you won’t feel overwhelmed or bored.
You’ll return to your life rejuvenated and ready to kick your business up a notch.
Educational calls and interviews
Join us live for our educational discussions, interviews with experts in the field of ADHD, and talks with entrepreneurs with ADHD about the challenges of running a business when you have ADHD.
Sign up by downloading our special report to the right –>>
Some of our popular interviews have been with:
- Nancy Ratey, on her book “Your Disorganized Mind,” about how you can take control no matter how absurd things seem
- Dr. Ari Tuckman, on the subject of executive functions, and why we don’t do what we know we’re supposed to do
- Terry Matlen, and the challenges of the ADHD woman business owner
- Jennifer Koretsky, and how you can succeed even when you don’t conform to the norm
- Frank South, and his very interesting life as a Hollywood writer and producer with ADHD
- Peter Riddle, on the subject of teaching your brain to focus using new learning technologies
- Dr. Joe Flanders, on mindfulness meditation for adults with ADHD
When we’re not interviewing experts and entrepreneurs, we’re doing Q & A calls with you, our listeners, on popular topics like:
- How to gain and maintain confidence in business
- Computer games that are actually good for your ADHD
- Customer service strategies
- Should you talk about your ADHD at work with your staff and co-workers?
- The truth about your brain’s role in your success
- How to handle unsupportive family members and friends
- Procrastination and self-esteem
- How to market yourself without sounding salesy
- How to interview, hire, and work with an assistant when you have ADHD
and other meaty subjects.
We’ll notify you by email to let you know about our upcoming interviews and teleclasses. All calls are available via phone and webcast.
To get on the list for call notices and access information, enter your email address in the form to the right. You’ll receive an immediate download of our free special report, “14 Simple Steps to Regain Control of Your Money When You Have ADHD” as well as updates about our calls and interviews.
You’ll also receive our bimonthly newsletter, full of tips and sound strategies for running a business when you have ADHD.
Don’t worry, we dislike spam as much as you do, so we won’t use your email address for anything other than communicating about our calls, events, and other working with ADHD information we think you’ll be interested in.
See you on the calls!
Marcia and Jacqui