Be organized, on time, productive, confident, and successful…
Even With ADHD.
Get stuff done
Be more organized
Have a system to succeed
Become more reliable
Is ADHD Standing in Your Way?
When you live with ADHD, the most mundane tasks can feel like climbing Mount Everest.
- Time slips away, and you don’t know where it went so you’re often late or miss appointments.
- You procrastinate. Struggle to get things done and your career suffers.
- You lack organization and your home or office are a mess.
- You feel ashamed, like there’s something wrong with you. And your reputation, relationships and self-esteem pay the price.
ADHD doesn’t have to prevent you from reaching your potential or achieving your goals. Life doesn’t have to be this hard.
I’ve Been Helping People Outsmart Their ADHD Since 1998
I get it. I have ADHD, too. I know firsthand how it feels to struggle with ADHD symptoms, and what it’s like to dream of life being easier.
Before I learned about ADHD and what I could do to make life easier, I felt:
- Hopeless — afraid life wouldn’t get any better and I’d always struggle
- Frustrated that even the most basic things were harder for me than everyone else.
- Overwhelmed with disorganization and clutter
- Worried that I was an imposter — would people figure out how out of control I was?
- Incompetent — I just couldn’t get the important stuff done
I spent years learning how to outsmart my ADHD so I can live to my full potential.
My transformation has been so powerful that I’ve made it my mission to teach other adults with ADHD how to have more successful and effortless lives, too.
That’s why I became an ADHD Coach.
Over the years, through writing, training, podcasting and coaching I’ve taught hundreds of ADHD adults the skills they need to be more productive and organized at work and at home.
Are you ready to reach your potential, too?
I love the Success Club! It has given me hope that I can live a life free of shame and regret. Dana has helped me really accept that ADHD is a neurological condition and not a character disorder. Working with a group of like-minded individuals has allowed me to develop more empathy for myself. The skills I am learning are truly invaluable. Hearing about Dana’s personal journey has inspired me and knowing she has been down the same path but has learned how to become a success gives her the credibility necessary to be my coach. I really believe she gets it!
Dana, I have benefited greatly from the Success Club and will continue to do so with your material and recordings. As we say in my work, this is a ‘living document’. The recordings are kept at my fingertips for regular reference; enhanced as I continue to learn about these topics, me and my ADHD/ Depression/ Anxiety mix; and re-played to feel the support and validation from you in every call. You are a treasure… thank you!
I am incredibly and eternally grateful for the ADHD coaching services you have provided over the past months. You have been instrumental in helping me and my family cope with what we’ve gone through with my late in life ADHD diagnosis. I could not and would not be where I am today without you. So thank you from the bottom of my heart for your kind heart and insightful views. It’s difficult to write this as I do feel personally if not financially indebted to you.
You Can Live Easier With ADHD, Too
With ADHD-friendly systems in place, you can reach your next level of success.
Learn to use time to your advantage and build intentional habits to reach your goals.
Master The Skills You Need To Be Successful With ADHD – It’s Possible!
You already know what it’s like to be swamped by the overwhelm of ADHD. Neglecting your most important priorities. Making excuses. Getting sidelined by distractions. Being frustrated by how you use your time. Ashamed of how you live.
Keep doing what you’re doing, and you’ll keep getting what you’ve got.
I invite you to take a different path.
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Designed for business owners or professionals who struggle to stay focused and get the important stuff done, Kick Some ADHD will help you understand how to maximize the unique advantages that come with ADHD while keeping the struggles and negative impacts at bay.
Whether you’ve been formally diagnosed or not, if you have ADD or ADHD symptoms, this podcast is for you!