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How To Get Out Of Your Own Way & Get Things Done with ADHD

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How to Get Out of Your Own Way and Get It Done:


The 7-Step PowerPlan to Success™ with ADHD


Presented by Susan Lasky, MA, BCC, SCAC


 


December 4th, 7:30 pm at FOUR WINDS HOSPITAL


Conference Center, Route 35, Katonah, NY


For info: (845)-704-2233


www.chadd.net/376


 


 


Getting things done can be challenging for anyone, but for people with ADD/ADHD it is often painfully difficult – especially if the required tasks are boring, repetitive, disagreeable, confusing or in conflict with other priorities. 


 


As a Productivity Coach, Master ADD/ADHD Strategist and Professional Organizer, Susan Lasky has been helping people with ADHD for more than 20 years.  Having seen the frustration of clients, and her own (as an adult with ADD), when the ability to take successful action often proved to be so difficult, despite the best intentions or strategies, Susan created a coaching/self-coaching paradigm that can successfully and sustainably translate ideas to action (and it involves more than good intentions or excellent strategies).


 


Join us for an exciting evening where you will learn


The 7 StepPowerPlan to Success™ with ADHD, and find out about new online accountability program – www.PowerPlanToSuccess.com


 


Susan Lasky, MA, is a Senior Certified ADHD Coach, Board Certified Coach, Edge-Certified Student Coach, Time Mastery Consultant, trained Organizer-Coach™, Productive Environment Specialist™, Level II Specialist in Chronic Disorganization and Golden Circle member of NAPO, the National Association of Professional Organizers.  She was the co-founder of CHADD of NYC.  Her published works include: eBook co-author,  Managing Your Child with ADHD at Home and at School, Contributing author, Amazon Bestseller, The ADHD Awareness Book Project - 365 Ways to Succeed with ADHD and author of the forthcoming book: How to Get Out of Your Own Way & Get It Done:  The 7-Step PowerPlan to Success™  

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