You often struggle to determine which of your many ideas is the one you should pursue. You’ll come away from this Master Class with tools to help you make better, quicker, and more confident decisions in your personal and professional life.
I don’t believe in pathologizing neurodiversity, and I certainly don’t believe that ADHD is a disorder. It’s just a different brain that requires its own user’s manual to be wildly successful. We don’t pathologize a peony for needing a different environment than a rose, do we? Similarly, we shouldn’t pathologize brilliant women (Yes, I’m talking to you!) who have non-linear, creative ways of thinking, processing, and learning.
We think we know what we value, but in most cases we don’t.
We finally make a decision, we know what we need to do and then that ADHD “want all the options” brain starts hyperfocusing on more options, and then we start second-guessing ourselves, asking other people who know less about us than we do, what we should do.
We spend our time in INDECISION. FEAR. (Fear that we got it wrong and we shouldn’t be doing what we’re doing, fear that we have to do something outside of our comfort zone, fear of what people will say…) rather than getting actual results which makes decision-making so much easier.
Welcome! I’m the host of the #1 podcast, ADHD for Smart Ass Women, and an ADDCA trained ADHD coach.
I’m also the founder of a Facebook group of the same name, which boasts over 24K members who are quick-witted, high-ability, and see their ADHD symptoms as more positive than negative.
I lead a mastermind called Your ADHD Brain is A-OK! that uses my 6-step patented system for discovering your strengths, stepping into your purpose, and living to your potential, as well as my new planning system called A-OK! EVERY DAY.
I graduated from Georgetown Law School, investigated cases for the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission (SNORE), and built a high-end women’s wear company whose clients included Saks Fifth Avenue, Neiman Marcus, and Nordstrom. I also sold countless foreclosed properties for banks as a real estate broker and know EXACTLY what it feels like to be spit on by a vicious and unneutered camel. (Yes, you read that right. A camel.) And yup, I'm definitely an ADHDer just like you!