Tuesday, January 22, 2013
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Moms and Dads are never far away from heaven. This story touched my heart deeply. Please read it during this important day which remembers all the moms and dads of 9/11.
“You think your pain and your heartbreak are unprecedented in the history of the world, but then you read. It was books that taught me that the things that tormented me most were the very things that connected me with all the people who were alive, or who had ever been alive.” — James Baldwin
New Survey Shows
More Adult Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
Associated with Certain Professions
MOUNT LAUREL, PA – September 20, 2006 – Politicians are often accused of “not paying attention” and, apparently, their critics may be right. Elected officials and entertainers are surpassed only by trades people, according to a new survey, as the most likely among people in 14 various professions to exhibit signs of attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (AD/HD).
Here’s an excerpt from “Permission to Proceed,” pages 76-77
by David Giwerc, MCC, Founder and President, ADD Coach Academy
“We are constantly invited to be who we are.” by Henry David Thoreau
Every day we wake up to a world that is focused on production and performance. You are asked to do things that are a function of an established set of prescribed standards. You believe your ability to successfully perform is a measure of your worth and value. You grow up with the misguided belief that “who” you are is an indicator of how well you do things. When you don’t do them well,
Here is the link and lyrics for ADDCA’s new rap song written and produced by Mary Gault who is in our Advanced 27 Coach Training program.
Don’t Let What You Can’t Do, Stop you From Doing What You Can.Identify Your Strengths and Make Them Stronger.
Having ADHD does not prevent you from thinking about living a better, more fulfilling life. Creating a better life has to start by embracing your ability to..
Permission to Proceed by Master Certified Coach David Giwerc provides adults with ADHD the keys to leading a more fulfilling life
Opening the door to success: The founder of the renowned ADD Coach Academy reveals his roadmap to discovering passion, purpose and possibility
ALBANY, N.Y. — Permission to Proceed: The Keys to Creating a Life of Passion, Purpose and Possibility for Adults with ADHD by David Giwerc provides adults with ADHD an inspiring guide to creating personal and professional success. “Inside each of us are natural strengths,” says Giwerc, Master Certified Coach and founder of the ADD Coach Academy. “But for those of us with ADHD, those strengths are often buried or forgotten. By uncovering our hidden talents, we can overcome our challenges and build a path to our dreams.”
This pioneering new book by a leader in the field of ADHD coaching opens the door to a world of possibility for adults with ADHD – too many of whom have given up on themselves and their dreams due to the challenges of ADHD. David, who was diagnosed with ADHD at age 38, shows readers how to
• Recognize their unique brain wiring
• Define their own “brand” of ADHD
• Maximize strengths and minimize weaknesses
• Rediscover inspiration and motivation to pursue their passions
• Cultivate “habits of the heart” to achieve their life purpose
This year’s ADD Coach Academy Conference was a life-changing experience, full of connection, creativity and camaraderie that brought together the Academy’s outstanding, international, ADHD coaching community. It was energizing for all who attended.
We were inspired with the benevolent, compassionate and purposeful presence of our ADDCA coaching community. It was an experience that we will carry with us in the days to come.
ADDCA’s vision continues to expand in significant ways; not only through live conferences but also via the important work you are all doing to empower your clients, every day.
For those of you who were unable to make it.. the conference presentation recordings are now available!
Once you understand your ADHD, you will also find a special place within you.It is a place that has been hidden for a lomg time but is sacred to you.
You intuitively know exists and where it is located but rarely visit it. Once you know how important it truly is you will want to visit more often.
Why not go visit it soon?