20 Reasons Why You Should Hire A Coach

How the right coach can help adults with ADHD meet personal goals.

Budget basics for the financially challenged ADDitude Magazine

An ADHD coach can help you to...

  1. pay attention to goals long enough to complete them.

  2. learn ways to self-motivate and stay on task.

  3. develop strength-based structures in your life to help you stay on track.

  4. develop rituals and routines that you will use and stick with.

  5. use feedback more effectively.

  6. be a better self-observer.

  7. make lasting changes in your life.

  8. learn to live a more balanced life.

  9. develop strategies to follow-through on projects.

  10. learn to measure and to use time efficiently.

  11. be more effective in your personal, academic and/or professional life.

  12. increase self-awareness.

  13. identify barriers to progress and strategies to move past them.

  14. be a better self-advocate.

  15. learn how to minimize your challenges and maximize your strengths.

  16. decrease self-blame and low-self esteem.

  17. increase self-acceptance.

  18. stop procrastinating and be in action towards identified goals.

  19. be more proactive and less reactive.

  20. live a richer, fuller life.

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