by barbaraluther on June 15, 2010

If you’re reading this, then either you or someone you know has ADD/ADHD.

I’m a life coach who specializes in working with people who are blessed with this very unique brain type.

I show my clients how their diagnosis is actually a gift that when harnessed correctly can help them achieve their goals.

Go ahead and click around and read more! I welcome the opportunity to speak with you about how ADD/ADHD Tuned Coaching CAN HELP YOU SOAR!

Reach out and make contact. Let’s see how high we can soar!

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ADHD Parallels with Other Misunderstood Causes

by jackiejmo on December 13, 2013

If you missed my article in October’s Attention magazine, here’s your chance to check it out.

Click here to read the article now.


What a Summer!

September 2, 2013

Can you believe it’s Labor Day already? It’s time to gather the fruits of our summer labor. To me, that means pausing to acknowledge accomplishments, celebrate milestones, etc., and feel grateful. Accomplishments? Yes, if you’ve been alive and functioning on this planet for these past summer months, you have accomplishments. Even if one is a […]

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Setting Goals When You’re Inattentive

July 7, 2013

One of the striking things I find about inattentive clients (and myself) is that they don’t think to identify goals with specificity.  I may think that I want something to happen, but it doesn’t occur to me to decide when I want it, how badly I want it, and what I can do to assure […]

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Are You a High Intensive?

June 30, 2013

I’ve been having a conversation with my coaching students and colleagues about the intensity ADDers experience and the spectrum of that intensity from individual to individual.  I’ve long said that ADDers experience life more intensely than the general population, but I’m still just realizing the extent of the variability of intensity from person to person.  […]

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Ideas From Temple Grandin’s The Autistic Brain

June 26, 2013

I’ve always found Temple Grandin’s books quite powerful, and I’m equally happy with this new one, The Autistic Brain:  Thinking Across the Spectrum. I love her admonition to parents and teachers to avoid defining a person by a DSM label.  There were two huge things I’m taking from this book:  She points out how totally […]

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What Square Pegs Need

June 20, 2013

I recently happened upon a fascinating book by L. Todd Rose who is a Harvard Graduate School of Education professor: Square Peg: My Story and What It Means for Raising Innovators, Visionaries, & Out-of-the-Box Thinkers. Rose has been diagnosed with ADHD. He dropped out of high school but ended up becoming a professor at Harvard. […]

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