Want to make the world better?

 
Want to make the world a better place?
 
The best way is to refine yourself.
 
Remove from your thinking the beliefs and habits that trip you up everytime you’re presented with an opportunity to move forward.
 
The forward path is the path of a leader.
 
Not a leader in that you will be required to live an extroverted existence and rally your following to your cause.
 
You’re a leader in that improving yourself requires you to discover and implement strategies for getting through the hard stuff that stops most people in their tracks.
 
Once you find your way through you unlock a noticeable confidence and resilience others will see in you simply by how you conduct yourself.
 
They will watch you, learn from you and find the courage in themselves in part because of you.
 
Imagine how many lives could be changed simply by doing the work of getting out of your own way.
 
Start by learning to manage your ADHD or anything else that could use a makeover. We got this, let’s get to it.

Helping your neurodiverse child stop tuning you out

Listen to this post … Hoping our kids learn important lessons through lecture is a fruitless strategy. All your kid really gets better at is tuning you out. I’ve learned (especially with ND kids), introspection is a more powerful teacher. But ND kids tend to avoid introspection. Their self-consciousness and inner critic make it something they want to

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A useful way to manage anxiety

Listen to this post … Let me tell you something about anxiety. Anxiety is stored up energy for action you can’t take. When you fret about the past, thinking about how it should have gone, what you should’ve done – you’re suggesting to yourself another course of action is possible. Your subconscious mind thinks, “Yeah, let’s do

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Getting beyond RSD with ADHD

Listen to this post … I have an idea about RSD (Rejection Sensitivity Dysphoria) experienced by many with ADHD. I’ve noticed those that experience it perceive relationships in an all or nothing way. You’re loved or unloved, given attention or ignored, you’re happy when they’re happy. When in a relationship it’s often co-dependent. Wanting constant access to the

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He’s going to be an adult someday so he may as well learn it now

Listen to this post … “He’s going to be an adult someday so he may as well learn it now.” This is a concerning belief in the mind of many parents raising a child with neurodivergence (ND). It demonstrates a fundamental misunderstanding about how our kids learn. Believing a consequence needs to be harsh and effective the first

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One tip for you that can transform how you think about life

Listen to this post … I have one tip for you that can transform how you think about life. I was talking to a friend this morning who was unaware just how disabled I am by my health conditions. She was surprised by how positive I was able to be regardless of the challenges I experience every

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A secret for becoming less reactive…

Listen to this post … I’m going to help you learn to be less reactive by teaching you something about how the Neurodiverse brain works that no one ever taught you.Conventional wisdom tells you you have the power to choose your thoughts. If you’re feeling a certain way, just change your thinking and all is

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