Time & Productivity

Free Webinar Replay: Hacking the Science of Your ADHD Brain: 5 Secrets to Productivity

In this hour-long webinar-on-demand, learn 5 secrets to productivity, with Linda Walker, PCC

You know firsthand how much adults with ADHD struggle with productivity. You are always seeking ways to get more done in less time. In our go-go-go society, productivity tips abound. But your ADHD brain’s wiring means most experts’ advice won’t work for you.

In this webinar, you’ll learn about the science that explains why you struggle — and use that science to apply unique strategies to improve your activation, motivation, and time management. You’ll discover how to program yourself to overcome procrastination, improve your mood, ramp up your motivation, and get more done in less time. These simple strategies can unlock new potential for every adult with ADHD.

In this webinar, you will do the following:

  • Discover how your ADHD brain wiring short-circuits productivity
  • Understand the science behind your challenges with activation, motivation, and time management
  • Apply the science to hack your brain and improve your time management
  • Program your brain to improve your mood and motivation
  • Feed your dopamine addiction to overcome procrastination

Webinar replays include:

  • Slides accompanying the webinar
  • Related resources from ADDitude
  • Free newsletter updates about ADHD
  • An opportunity to receive a certificate of attendance

This ADHD Experts webinar was first broadcast live on February 19, 2020.


Meet the Expert Speaker:

Linda Walker, PCC, is a trainer and coach for entrepreneurs, adults with ADHD and other Creative Geniuses. Linda has helped adults with ADHD move from chaos and overwhelm to productivity and feeling in control. Her unique approach has helped hundreds of entrepreneurs, professionals and other Creative Geniuses. Traditional approaches to focus, productivity and organization fall short for adults with ADHD. Linda discovered entrepreneurs and professionals meet common roadblocks. These obstacles leave them struggling and burnt out.

Since 2005, Linda has created programs for Creative Geniuses on the journey toward productivity that combine group coaching, online training and community. She’s the author of With Time to Spare: The Ultimate Guide to Peak Performance for Entrepreneurs, Adults with ADHD, and Other Creative Geniuses. Get your copy of the Top 3 Creative Genius Productivity Hacks and be informed about her next free online workshop at www.CreativeGeniusReport.com.

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