Some characteristics associated with ADHD can act as a driving force for entrepreneurship. Conversely, others must be managed to optimize productivity and meet goals. The management begins with learning how one’s ADHD brain works, then using that awareness to create adaptations that reduce the interference on productivity. Attendees will answer questions to help decipher their unique neurobiology and then look at how to apply that knowledge to protect their precious TEA resources – time, energy, and attention. Bring your experiences and questions to share with your colleagues.
Susan Lieber, Certified ADHD Productivity Coach and Professional Certified Coach, works with graduate students, professionals, and adults who want to manage the demands of daily life and feel good about themselves. Through coaching, clients realize that living with ADHD involves acquiring accurate knowledge about their unique brain, gaining awareness, learning new skills, and finessing their strengths to lead a productive, meaningful, and rewarding life. Susan’s practical and compassionate coaching provides clients a safe place to share challenges, explore solutions, and develop a new language of self-advocacy, all of which foster client confidence and empowerment.