“Look! Squirrel!”

Squirrel“Look! Squirrel! How to Stop, Find Direction, and Get Things Done.”

What: Complimentary virtual training class

When: This class is now over, but sign up to get the recording!

Click here to register now.

Don’t miss this complimentary class. In this training class, we’ll show you exactly:

• how your dopamine level affects motivation, and what that means for your ADHD

• how to use self-accountability to set deadlines and be productive . . . in ways that really work

• how to break down and tackle large projects systematically so you can actually see how to accomplish them

• interesting and easy ways to get your brain’s attention so you can refocus on what’s important

and more — all without beating yourself up!

What people say about our classes:

“I’ve learned more about my ADD from your teleseminars and blog posts in the past year than I have in the 17 years since I was diagnosed.” —Participant in our 2012 Anonymous Survey

Click here to register for “Look! Squirrel!”

Click the link above to get the recording.

Marcia and Jacqui

Interview with Tara McGillicuddy: Running a Successful Business as and ADDer: The Ups and Downs of An Entrepreneur with ADHD

Yesterday Marcia and I interviewed Tara McGillicuddy. Tara is a successful business owner and she has ADHD. What is really cool is that Tara’s business in helping people with ADHD lead happy and productive lives. Tara was one of the first people to use the internet as a way to connect people with ADHD.

Marcia and I picked Tara’s brain on how she overcomes her ADHD challenges to run this successful business.

If you missed the call or want to listen to it again, click on the link below to download the MP3:

Working with ADHD: “Running a Successful Business as an ADDer”


or click the link below to listen online:

We asked Tara how she copes with the key business issues we know you are facing:
1.) Procrastination
2.) How to avoid distraction from necessary tasks

Grow Your Business, Get Things Finished, and Be Your Best When It Really Matters

In our Business Brilliance call yesterday, Marcia and I answered some wonderful questions. Here is a sample:

  • A photographer wanted assistance on a problem she faces in her growing business. When you have ADHD, the answer is always to do what comes easiest to you, and after a quick brainstorm, we found out what that was for her.
  • One listener wanted tips on how to follow through on tasks and get things finished (a common ADHD complaint that is very frustrating).
  • We also addressed the fine line between mindset and ADHD.
  • And, how to show up and be your best when it really matters.
If you missed the call, or want to listen to it again . . . here it is. Click on the link below to download the MP3:

Business Brilliance: “Ask Marcia and Jacqui Anything!” July 11, 2011


Or click below to listen online:

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Dr. Brene Brown on The Power of Vulnerability

Jacqui and I talked about this video on our call on January 24th in response to a listener’s question. The listener wanted advice on how to manage keeping his ADHD from his employees, and the fear he had of losing their respect if they found out.

Listen to the call in the January 24th post below for our response to his question, and watch this powerful video from Dr. Brene Brown. Dr. Brown led an extensive study into human connection with surprising results. Here’s the Readers’ Digest version:

In her research, Dr. Brown found that connection can’t be studied without bringing in love and belonging and worthiness. It just comes up.

Here’s what she found: There are two types of people — [Read more...]

Giving up smoking, opening your mail, and beating the blues

Did you miss yesterday’s “Ask Marcia and Jacqui ANYTHING” call? Or want to listen to it again? Click on the link below to get the recording:

“Ask Marcia and Jacqui Anything!” January 10, 2011

Marcia and I answered questions on:

How we personally set goals for our businesses — strategies that work!

What did 2010 look like for you?

I love to stop and take a look at my successes at this time of year. It gives me a big boost for starting to set my goals and plan my successes for next year.

On Monday during our “Ask Marcia & Jacqui Anything!” call, Jacqui and I recorded a special session. We shared our own year-end practices and talked about what we personally do to set goals for our own businesses. [Read more...]

Get Out of the Weeds!

Entrepreneurs with ADHD need to stay out of the weeds!

The entrepreneur’s path — whether you’re an entrepreneur with ADHD or not — is rarely a straight line: we go off on detours, get sidetracked, bump into obstacles, and sometimes even back up a little as we move towards the goals for our businesses. But it’s really important not to get “stuck in the weeds.”

Because of the traits we have that enable us to be entrepreneurs in the first place — a high degree of creativity, the ability to take risks, chutzpah, and the sheer number of ideas we generate — it’s so easy to follow every bright shiny object that crosses our path. [Read more...]

Welcome to Business Brilliance!

Jacqueline Sinfield

Marcia Hoeck

As you can see, we’re just getting started. Soon, we’ll be posting articles here about running a small business while working with your ADHD or ADHD tendencies.

We want you to know that you can capture your brilliance and run a highly successful and profitable business when you are an entrepreneur with ADHD or ADHD tendencies.

Click here to listen to the class we held last spring called “Business Brilliance: How to Work With Your ADHD to Set & Achieve Business Goals.”

And click the tab above, “Ask Marcia and Jacqui Anything!” to find out about our open-line teleclasses.

Please come back soon!