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Mark Your Calendars for July 23-27, 2018

for the 8th Annual


Here’s How It Works

  1. Each morning at 7am Pacific you will receive an email with the link to the daily webpage with access to five audios.
  1. The audios are accessible from 7am Pacific that day to 7am Pacific the following day. For example – Day One’s audios are available from7am Pacific on Monday to 7am Pacific on Tuesday. Day Two’s audios are available 7am Pacific on Tuesday to 7am Pacific on Wednesday…and so on during the week.
  1. Below is the schedule and links to the daily webpages. Bookmark this page so you have it in case the daily email lands in spam. And make sure you whitelist so the emails land in your inbox!

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Schedule of Experts

Monday, July 23, 2018

Tara McGillicuddy -- Understand and Clear ADHD Energetic Blocks

If you have tried all the different tips and strategies from leading ADHD experts and you are still feeling stuck, you may have energetic blocks. Energetic blocks may contribute to being stuck and get in the way of moving forward. During this talk Tara McGillicuddy will discuss the concept of energetic blocks and how they relate to ADHD. She will also discuss the types of things which may be contributing to and increasing energetic blockages. She will also look at why people with ADHD may be more prone to energetic blocks than people with out ADHD. Finally she will talk about ways to prevent energetic blocks and ways to remove and clear energetic blocks.

Leslie Josel -- “Dear ADHD Organizing Coach”

ADDItude Magazine’s Dear Organizing Coach, Leslie Josel will answer the most common questions she receives from her weekly column. Everything from paper clutter to disaster-zone bedrooms and from mastering to-do lists to arriving places on time. Parents, students, families, Leslie has the real answers to your most pressing questions.  Tune in for these tried and tested solutions!

Dr. Sharon Saline -- When Worrying Takes Over: How You Can Overcome Anxiety and Live More Confidently

Living in a world that’s increasingly unpredictable, people are more anxious than ever before. For kids and adults with ADHD, worry and fear can increase their agitation, distractedness and impulsivity and make things seems worse than they are. Dr. Sharon Saline, author of What your ADHD Child Wishes You Knew: Working Together to Empower Kids in School and Life, discusses how anxiety works and what you can do differently to reduce your worries.

After reviewing the physiology and psychology of anxiety, Dr. Saline will show you how to change your relationship to worry and avoid the pitfalls of negative thinking. Instead of avoidance, rationalization or reassurance, you will learn techniques for separating the person from the anxiety, talking to the worry itself and creating effective responses to ‘what ifs’. Dr. Saline also explores issues such as insomnia, social concerns and work/school performance and share examples from kids and adults with ADHD who also struggle with anxiety. She offers tools for teaching both adults and kids how to realistically evaluate situations, tolerate uncertainty and calm down. With these skills in hand, people move forward with more confidence and much less worry.

Cindy Goldrich -- You, Your Child, and Their Teacher - How to Help Everyone Get Along

The school year hasn’t even started yet and already you may be anticipating how your child’s teacher is going to get along with your child. Will they understand your child? Will they be supportive? Will they be open to hearing your concerns and input? What do they know about ADHD and Executive Function? And if you are a teacher, you may be wondering how can you best collaborate with the families landing in your classroom this fall and have a positive interaction even when the parents are under so much stress and have so many concerns.  As both a Parent Coach and a Teacher trainer, Cindy Goldrich has a unique perspective on how you can bridge what sometimes feels like a great divide and start the school year off with success.

Dr. James Greenblatt -- Understanding the Relationship Between ADHD and the Gut Microbiome

Just about everywhere you turn, there are studies and discussion about the importance of gut health and its effects on physiological and mental fitness. In his presentation, Dr. James Greenblatt describes the relationship between gut bacteria and behavioral disorders in young children. He shares new research and scientific literature, as well as thirty years of clinical experience and explains how to test for dysbiosis, abnormal bacteria in the gut, as well as guidelines for recommended treatment.

Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Dr. Kari Miller -- Believe You Can Get the Job Done! The Power of Self-Efficacy to Meet the Challenges of ADHD

Self-efficacy is believing that “you can get the job done.”  With a life time of “failures,” lack of self-efficacy or self-doubt can become a “normal” part of ADHD life.  In this presentation you’ll learn the neuroscience behind improving your self-efficacy and your self-confidence, why increasing your confidence and your self-efficacy are keys to overcoming ADHD-related challenges, and the practical, easy steps you can take to start believing you can get the job done!

Dr. Edward (Ned) Hallowell -- The Treatment of ADHD Begins with Hope

Whether for children or adults, the treatment of ADHD should be comprehensive and include a wide range of possible interventions, certainly more than medication or some other single step. Assistance should also be provided over the long-term, as ADHD generally does not go away. The person being treated may not need to go see the doctor very often, but he should always know that help is just one telephone call away.

Rudy Rodriguez -- “Danger Will Robinson!” How to Strengthen Your Internal ADHD Alert System

You may remember the television show, “Lost In Space” that aired during the mid-1960’s (and now a rebooted Netflix series). The series follows the adventures of a pioneering Robinson family of space colonists who are stranded on a space planet after their ship is sabotaged and thrown off course. Many of the weekly series focused on young Will Robinson and The Robot who is often present to warn young Will of any impending dangers.

In real life many people have a personal inner guidance system that steers them away from potential dangers; knowledge stored in their hindsight that guides them in the moment. Those of us with ADHD or weak Executive Function system seem to lack a similar inner guidance system. As a result we generally experience poor foresight (seeing things ahead of time to prevent making or repeating mistakes). It is said that ‘we frequently make the same mistakes or errors over and over again without learning from our mistakes’

Join this presentation with CoachRudy and discover the tips and tools to help strengthen your Internal Alert System enabling you to see potential problems in advance and prevent making repeated mistakes over and over again.

Abigail Wurf -- Technologies and Apps to Get You Through Your ADHD Days

People with ADHD often need to rely on systems and strategies to help us remember tasks, stay organized and be successful in reaching our goals. A great system to use is technology and apps (as long as we stay away from Candy Crush or social media)!

During her presentation, Abigail will walk you through a typical ‘Day in a Life with ADHD’ – from getting up in the morning and preparing for the day, to getting through work or school, and ending the day in such a way that you are well prepared for the next one. You’ll discover the technologies and apps that can make each day easier and more successful.

Dr. Maggie Wray -- Better Grades with Less Stress: Helping ADHD Teens Succeed at School

Succeeding in school is often a huge challenge for students with ADHD, whether they’re earning straight A’s or struggling to pass their classes.  The effort required to stay focused, keep up with assignments, and manage time effectively can take a toll on students’ motivation and create stress for the entire family.  Dr. Maggie Wray specializes in helping high school and college students develop the organization, time management, and study skills they need to achieve their academic goals.

Join us for this special presentation to learn actionable ideas & strategies to help teens develop the skills, habits, and mindset they need to succeed in school, including:

  • The real reason students procrastinate, and how to help them get “unstuck” and started
  •  3 simple steps to super-charge students’ focus and motivation
  • Why the most common study strategies students use are the least effective, and what to do instead

Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Linda Roggli -- Your (Overly) Complicated Life: An ADHD Love/Hate Story

Let’s be honest: ADHD folks aren’t crazy about “simple.” They like things rich and deep and complex so they can dig in and really worry a problem to within an inch of its life! There’s a good reason behind all this “complexification” of ordinary (and especially tedious) tasks: we are trying to avoid boredom.

It’s fine to add a little tributary of complexity when we’re surfing the ‘net or puttering in the garden, but in the “real world,” making things more complicated than expected can have serious consequences. Easy tasks become monsters. They spread out over time. Other people get annoyed because the task isn’t DONE (the favorite four-letter word of ADHD folks).

This light-hearted, but deadly serious session offers insight in the why and how we complicate our ADHD lives, then offers some ADHD Success Strategies that help you avoid boredom while getting things DONE. Join Linda Roggli and Laurie for this fascinating (and all too honest) session.

Colleen Hicks -- Collaborate with your Pharmacist to Ensure the Best Possible Outcome

Getting through the ADHD medication maze can be tough. Knowing how to enlist the help of your pharmacist can make it easier. In this session, Colleen Hicks, BSc Pharm from Ontario, Canada shares with you how to collaborate with your pharmacist to ensure the best possible outcome when using ADHD medication as a treatment strategy. Listen in as she covers everything from what to do before you go to your prescriber’s office so you’re sure your prescription is complete, to what to do if you have a bad reaction to the medication prescribed…and multiple pieces of great advice in between. Knowing how to utilize your pharmacist as a resource in your ADHD treatment serves to expand your support system and ensure your success.

Lynne Edris -- Punctuality & ADHD: Arrive & Shine

Most adults with ADHD try to be punctual, but still struggle to be on-time consistently. Our chronic tardiness impacts us in business, at home, in our bank accounts, our relationships and causes a tremendous amount of stress for us and the people around us. You’re not rude. You’re not selfish. You’re not passive aggressive. You start every day with the intention of doing better, but you can’t seem to be on-time consistently. Setting your clocks ahead and getting up earlier doesn’t solve the problem! (If that was a game-changer for you, don’t bother to listen to this training!) The problem is complex, and the solutions starts from the inside out.

Join Productivity Coach Lynne Edris to get a deeper understanding of why you struggle to be on-time consistently, and learn simple strategies and insights to help you learn to On-Time, so that you can let your abilities shine!

Diane O'Reilly -- Escape the Dance of Co-dependence and Elevate your ADHD Relationships

  • Does it feel like the more you give, the more frustrated, lost, helpless and stuck you seem to feel?
  • Do you feel a constant push-and-pull in your relationships? A kind of crazy-making-energy that’s hard to define or change?
  • Are you bewildered and confused that all of your helping doesn’t seem to be helping, that despite your best intentions to improve life for your loved ones, much of the time you feel unappreciated and even resented?

It might be that you’re in a codependent relationship. Women especially are vulnerable to codependence in their roles as mothers, daughters, wives and partners caring for people with ADHD. And they aren’t the only ones, the child, teen or adult with ADHD who’s on the receiving end of this care is also vulnerable to its toxic effects.

Life coach Diane O’Reilly sees a high frequency of codependent patterns in families and relationships where ADHD is present. In her presentation, Diane will explain the connection between the dance codependence and ADHD, the high costs of these relationships and learn how to elevate your relationships and experience more joy, freedom, personal fulfillment and more honest connection as a result.

Dana Rayburn -- Insider Secrets to Succeeding with ADHD

There is lots that goes into succeeding with ADHD. Clutter to clear. Task lists to manage. Skills to learn. Habits to change. A brain to nurture. Emotions to control. Communication to improve. These are all important.

Yet, experience has shown that skills and pills aren’t enough. A solid, successful ADHD life needs a strong foundation. Plopping new habits and skills on a weak foundation produces weak results. Everything will be wobbly, like a house of cards that collapses at the slightest nudge.

Dana Rayburn sits down with us and talks about this idea of a strong ADHD foundation and three of her favorite game changing bricks she believes that foundation needs. Secrets that have shifted her and her clients from a life of ADHD frustration and failure to a life of ADHD Success.

Thursday, July 26, 2018

Karen Ryan -- Changing the Face of ADHD … One Nutrient at a Time

ADHD is a diverse syndrome that deserves a multi-pronged approach. While medication can play an integral role, so can nutrition and proper supplementation.  In this session, Karen Ryan, author and seasoned clinical and holistic nutritionist, delves into the correlation between nutrition and ADHD – simply what works and what doesn’t work.

Karen will explain the importance of a clean diet for both ADHD and mental wellness, key factors to incorporate (or avoid) into the diet, which vitamins and minerals are an absolute must and then, finally, the best ADHD diet protocols moving forward.

Getting a handle on ADHD symptoms is absolutely achievable with a few nutritional tweaks and Karen shows how simple it can be.

Elaine Taylor-Klaus and Diane Dempster -- Supporting vs. Enabling: How to Create Independent Kids (with or without ADHD)

How do you help kids with ADHD to become more independent, no matter how young or old they are? In this interview, parent educators and coaches, Elaine Taylor-Klaus and Diane Dempster from ImpactADHD, will clarify exactly what ARE reasonable and realistic expectations for kids (depending on their age), and give you a simple and easy way to decide when and how much to help. They’ll identify 5 key motivators, and the 4 phases adults must understand to effectively transfer ownership.

Dr. David Sitt -- ADHD and Technology: Finding Balance

In an age where technology is fused into our lives, through cell phone dependency, constant social media engagement and screen time warnings for children, we can no longer assume all is well. The latest research shows that our attention span is shrinking; our ability to multi-task is hindered by the presence of our cell phones, tablets, and computers; and children’s brains are undergoing significant physiological shifts due to overexposure and dependence on phones/tablets. For children and adults with ADHD, these challenges are often magnified.

With taxed executive functions, splintered attention spans, propensity towards impulsivity and stimulus seeking, and other neurocognitive challenges, the ADHD brain requires mindful effort to live in balance with technology.

Drawing upon over a decade of clinical experience with ADHD and technology addiction, Dr. David Sitt will address such growing concerns and provide insights on how to live in harmony with technology. In this engaging webinar, methods for developing healthy boundaries will be presented, along with skills for overcoming common pitfalls that technology presents to those with ADHD. Techniques on how to maximize technology and use it for the betterment of your ADHD will also be discussed at length. Dr. Sitt will speak to the power of mindfulness and value of meditation as overall tools for living with ADHD, and their role in living in balance with technology.

Jeff Copper -- ADHD Working Memory and Overcoming Project Procrastination

Got ADHD? If so, your working memory is taxed. Working memory is about loading thoughts, ideas, and concepts into your mind, holding them without forgetting them, and then running trial-and-error scenarios until they are organized and make sense.  It’s effortfully engaging the executive functioning brain. Each time you engage your executive functioning brain, it’s like booting up your computer. It takes time to load the operating system, applications, and tools needed to do the work.

When a computer loses power, the screen goes blank. The power switch must be pushed for the computer to be rebooted before work can continue. Often it feels like starting over. Same goes for working memory. If you have ADHD and are effortfully working on a project but you must leave it or you get distracted, it’s like the computer in your mind loses power and you have to reboot your brain. This is effortful, time consuming, and feels like having to start over, and over, and over, which is unproductive. Exhausted, you may often escape to procrastination to recharge yourself.

The trick to overcoming project procrastination is to learn how to use the hibernate button of your brain instead of constantly rebooting. ADHD and attention coach Jeff Copper will share insights, concepts, and strategies to help you overcome project procrastination. How? By pushing the hibernate button in your brain so you don’t have to spend so much time starting over by rebooting your brain.

Nikki Kinzer and Pete Wright -- Salvage Your Day from TO-Do List Sabotage! - When Losing the Dog is Not Part of Your Plan.

You know the feeling. It seems like you were behind when you took your first step out of bed this morning. “That’s OK,” you said to yourself, “at least I have a good plan. As long as I just stick to that…”

And then, things changed. Traffic was terrible. It snowed unexpectedly and you have to pick up the kids from school. And your dog bolted on you. You’re feeling the pressure of all the people you’d committed to, the schedules you’re going to have to break. Your plan is dust.

In this conversation with podcasters and coach Nikki Kinzer and Pete Wright, you’ll learn how to reclaim your time and attention when it feels like the world is out to get you. You’ll learn how to find perspective, even when your senses are muddied with ADHD overwhelm. And you’ll see how to use the tools in the mindfulness toolkit to re-center and grant yourself grace and peace. And you’ll do it all with a sense of humor.

Friday, July 27, 2018

Alan P. Brown -- Why We Can’t Finish Things! (And Simple Tips to Get ‘em DONE)

How many unfinished to-dos are on your to-do list? And why is it so hard to re-start and finish them? Alan P. Brown, ADHD/Productivity coach and creator of the award-winning ADD Crusher™ “virtual coach” videos shares the psychology behind this frustrating reality for our tribe, the visible (and invisible) costs of having so many unfinished things in our lives, and some fresh ways to approach them – so you can get ‘em done.

Gayle Sweeney -- Behind the Wheel With ADHD: The Effects of Peer Pressure and Social Skills Deficits on the ADHD Driver

Do you have a teenager with ADHD? Stressful, right? Now imagine handing over your car keys…it’s okay, don’t panic…breathe.

Behind the Wheel with ADHD is here to help you manage the stress and panic when it comes to teens and driving as Gayle Sweeney presents on two important topics: how social skills deficits and peer pressure can impact the risks for teens learning to drive. You will discover how ADHD affects basic communication skills and awareness/motivation necessary for driving competency.  You will also learn tips on how to help your teen manage the onslaught of peer pressure associated with teens and driving. Join in on this presentation so when your teen gets those keys, you feel safer, more confident and secure when the car pulls out of the driveway.


Rick Green - If Only I Knew Then, What I Know Now!

After a decade of advocating and educating adults, adolescents, and families about ADHD, Rick Green of talks about the difference the diagnosis made, specifically to his parenting, working life, and marriage.

Like most people who are diagnosed later in life, Rick was amazed at how his ADHD had impacted his life, for better and for worse.  Looking back, he cannot help but wonder, “What if I’d known sooner? How might my life have turned out?” It’s a question people of all ages must confront, and Rick talks about moving forward, letting go of what might have been, and offers a checklist of things he has done differently that have made a huge difference in his son’s life.

“The good news is that I was able to spare him so much of the struggle and suffering that I endured.  Seeing the difference that ‘knowing’ has made for him is what fueled my desire to create so many resources and videos for people who have, or love someone who has, ADHD.”

In the process Rick outlines strategies and tools that have made the biggest difference for him, his son, and thousands of others, and offers ideas on how to use the ‘emotional tornado’ that can erupt after a diagnosis to power one forward to success.  “Anger, regret, sadness, and even relief, are natural. But they can become a trap.”

Shell Mendelson -- 5 Career Assets that Fire Up Your Amazing Brain

People with ADHD often worry they won’t find a job they love that keeps them interested, excited and feeling successful. But the opposite is true. The unique wiring of ADHD actually provides certain key benefits that when leveraged open you up to create a fascinating, fun-filled, never-boring livelihood. In this call, Shell will introduce the 5 distinct advantages ADHD adults have over others in choosing and succeeding in a career. It’s true!  Now’s the time to use these unique ADHD assets and step into a job you love!

Laurie Dupar -- How Coaching Works: 3 Powerful Coaching Questions to Help You Thrive with ADHD

What is it that coaches do that makes working with them one of the top recommended strategies in the management of ADHD by experts?  Along with other skills, one of the most used tools coaches have is their use of powerful questions. Questions that are finely tuned and aimed at helping their clients discover their own answers.  In this session, Laurie Dupar, founder and owner of the International ADHD Coach Training Center, pulls back the curtain and shares with you three of the most powerful questions ADHD coaches use to help their clients overcome their challenges and instead thrive with ADHD. You won’t want to miss it!

Are you worried you won’t have time to listen to all the amazing speakers we have lined up this year?

We know the summer can be crazy busy and we want to make sure you get all the information, strategies and secrets to help you succeed with ADHD!

So we created the ADHD Success Kit just for YOU!

Order it now for $97!

What’s the ADHD Success Kit?

The ADHD Success Kit includes all the audios from the weeklong 2018 Succeed with ADHD Telesummit + cool bonuses created just for you from our speakers and sponsors.

You heard that right! With the ADHD Success Kit, you get lifetime access – meaning you can download each one of the mp3s to your computer to make your very own ADHD mix tape – so you can listen to them again and again.

And you can get the audios right away – no waiting for that morning email, no rushing to cram them all in during the 24 hours, no need to clear your calendar. You get immediate access (starting July 23) to each one of the audios to listen to wherever, whenever and with whomever you want!

Cool, right?

But wait…we said something about bonuses, didn’t we? Yes! In addition to the audios, you also get super cool amazing bonuses – see below – from each of the speakers. PLUS you will receive a specially created Succeed with ADHD Telesummit Guide designed to help you follow along to each of the audios, organize your thoughts and action steps, and document the key information and strategies you learn during each of the presentations. All for $97!

Does it get much hotter than that?

Bonuses in the ADHD Success Kit

Believe You Can Get the Job Done! The Power of Self-Efficacy to Meet the Challenges of ADHD - Video

Presenter: Dr. Kari Miller, PhD, BCET

Take a deep dive into strategies you can start implementing today to get control of the threat protection system’s defensive reactions. These defensive reactions are the most common cause of procrastination, poor follow-through, and other self-defeating behaviors. The free gift is an informative and fun video in which you’ll learn strategies to help yourself shut off the negative thoughts and emotions and shift into action! In addition to the video, you’ll also receive a transcript so you don’t have to worry about taking notes!

Dollar Value of your bonus gift:  $27

5 Session Clearing Package

Presenter: Tara McGillicuddy, SCAC of and ADHD Support Talk Radio

This Free on-demand 5 session clearing package will help you to remove energetic blocks associated with:

  • Time Management
  • Organizing
  • Clutter
  • Productivity
  • Success at Work

Dollar Value of bonus gift:  $97

40+ Links to Technologies and Apps to Get You Through Your ADHD Day

Presenter: Abigail Wurf, M.Ed, PCC

In one place, over forty links to technology and apps that will get you through your ADHD days, almost double the apps mentioned in the presentation.

Dollar Value of your bonus gift: $59

Alan P. Brown’s Productivity Accelerator Video Series

Presenter: Alan P. Brown

4-Video Series of Simple Ways to Take Control of Your Time, Energy and Sanity: Alan shares foolproof hacks to help you take control of your day so you can get more done, in less time with less stress.

Dollar Value of your bonus gift:  $14.99

Understanding the Impact of ADHD and Executive Function on Learning, Motivation, and Behavior - Workshop

Presenter: Cindy Goldrich, Ed.M., ACAC

During the past ten years, we have learned so much about how ADHD and Executive Function impact learning, behavior, and motivation. This workshop will help you make sense of why it’s so hard for your child to behave as expected and includes:

  • What makes following directions and consistency of behavior so challenging.
  • Why concepts like organization and time management seem to be learned, but not followed.
  • How using rewards and punishments often create more problems than they solve.
  • Why attention and discipline alone are not enough to improve performance and compliance

Dollar Value of your bonus gift:  $35

Your Biggest Clutter Problem and What To Do About It

Presenter: Dana Rayburn

Learn Dana’s simple, break-through solutions to your biggest clutter challenge!

Dollar Value of your bonus gift: $27

Meditation for the Scattered Mind

Presenter: Dr. David Sitt

9 minute guided meditation led by Dr. Sitt to use as one of the tools for detaching from technology and living more mindfully.

From Codependence to Recovery - Handout

Presenter: Diane O’Reilly

A printable multi page handout full of my favorite resources to deepen your understanding of codependence allowing you to Elevate your ADHD relationships.

Adult ADHD: 50 Tips of Management

Presenter: Edward (Ned) Hallowell, M.D.

When you’re diagnosed with ADHD, one of the first thoughts is…”Okay, now what do I do about it?” You have many options on how to treat and manage your ADHD and in this bonus pdf, Dr. Hallowell presents his 50 top tips on treating ADHD naturally.

Behind the Wheel With ADHD Mini Overview: Tips for the Busy Parent - Chapter 1

Presenter: Gayle Sweeney of Behind the Wheel with ADHD

Behind the Wheel with ADHD will release a new eBook, available for purchase soon, for parents who want tips and ideas for guiding their teen in the driver education journey. They offer Chapter 1 as their bonus gift.

Dollar Value of your bonus gift: $5.99

How to Support without Enabling - Webinar Bundle

Presenters: Elaine Taylor-Klaus, PCC, CPCC, and Diane Dempster MHSA, PCC, CPC of ImpactADHD

Get the scoop on how to empower your kids to become independent and help them find their motivation with two webinars that help you pull it all together!

Dollar Value of your bonus gift:  $50

Integrative Therapies for ADHD: Redefining Personalized Treatment Options - Video Course

Presenter: Dr. James M. Greenblatt

This video course features on-demand presentations by Dr. James Greenblatt renowned experts with extensive experience in Integrative Medicine for mental health treatment.

These lectures are designed to enable professionals and caregivers to incorporate practical solutions and Integrative Medicine therapies into treatment.

Dollar Value of your bonus gift: $29.95

Surfing Attention - Downloadable Cartoon eBook

Presenter: Jeff Copper, MBA, PCC, PCAC

A study of the saying, “Laughter is the best medicine,” concluded that laughter can enhance your learning ability, reduce stress, improve memory, and even burn up calories!

Dollar Value of your bonus gift: $5

ADHD is NOT a Four Letter Word - Book Excerpt

Presenter: Karen Ryan, NNCP, RHN of vancouverADHD

In this groundbreaking guide, respected nutrition expert Karen Ryan shatters the stigma of ADHD and offers an eye-opening new look at this long-misunderstood condition. Dispelling the myths that have come to define ADHD as an irreversible disorder, Karen shares the many facets that make up this gift while offering an abundance of drug-free strategies through which a child’s true creativity and character can shine.

ADHD Is Not a Four-Letter Word: Drug-Free Strategies for Managing the Gift That Is ADHD is a no-nonsense book designed to help those who live with children and teens with ADHD. There is no confusing scientific jargon here—just easy, everyday strategies to help kids get back on track.

There are many different sides to ADHD and therefore no one-size-fits-all solution. Unlock the door to managing ADHD with better nutrition, improved behavioral support, and targeted education. And take back the reins without relying on dangerous medications and subjecting your child to their adverse effects. Thriving with ADHD is possible—and the secrets to making it happen are all right here in this comprehensive guide.

Dollar Value of your bonus gift: $4.99 CAD

Best Year Ever with ADHD

Presenter: Laurie Dupar of Coaching for ADHD and IACTCenter

It’s time to finally address how your ADHD gets in your way and get the answers to reducing the chaos, overwhelm and crazy that may currently be running your days. The Best Year Ever with ADHD program is a year long program where you receive a one-hour recording from Laurie each month for 12 months that focuses specifically on managing one of the key challenge areas of ADHD (such as time management, planning, procrastination, overwhelm, memory, impulsivity, organization, etc.). If you want to experience the balance, clarity and satisfaction of running your days rather than them running you, this systematic step-by-step, year long program is for you.

Dollar Value of your bonus gift:  $97

One Stop Shop for Student Organizing Solutions Shopping List

Presenter: Leslie Josel of Order Out of Chaos

Leslie Josel’s downloadable and easy to use “One Stop Shop for Student Organizing Solutions” shopping list helps you find the perfect organizing and time management solutions for your student!

Dollar Value of your bonus gift:  $39

So You Want to Start Your Own Business? An Introduction to ADHD Entrepreneurship

Presenter: Linda Roggli of ADDiva

An illustrated guide to the hurrahs and pitfalls involved in starting your own business as an ADHD entrepreneur

Dollar Value of your bonus gift:  $30

Push Past Procrastination© Training Replay

Presenter: Lynne Edris, Productivity & ADHD Coach

In this recorded training, Lynne Edris will help you understand why you struggle with procrastination and follow-through, and give you simple strategies you can use today to do what you need to do when you need to do it, and free up time and energy for what matters most to you!

Dollar Value of your bonus gift: $79

A Parent's Guide to Managing Technology Distractions - Pdf

Presenter: Dr. Maggie Wray

Technology is a huge distraction for many students, but completely turning off all phones and computers during work is often impractical…so, in this special guide we’ve outlined the top FOCUS apps and tools that students and their parents can use to engage with technology more mindfully and maintain control of it rather than allowing it to control them.

Dollar Value of your bonus gift: $25  

The ADHD Confidence Builder - Guide

Presenter: Nikki Kinzer, PCC & Pete Wright

We could all use a bit of help dealing with the unexpected things that pop up in our day. Here’s a guide to help!

Hope, Fear, & Clutter: and Uncut Interview with Dr. Anthony Rostain - Audio

Presenter: Rick Green of TotallyADD

In this wide ranging interview ADHD clinician and researcher, Dr. Anthony Rostain provides hope, reassuring advice, and practical suggestions for families and individuals of all ages.

Dollar Value of your bonus gift: $6.99

2 Bonus Articles on Coping with ADHD

Presenter: Rudy Rodriguez of ADHD Center for Success

“7-steps to Get Control of Your Day” provides seven essential steps you can take to manage your time and thus take charge of your day.

“The Four Box Method of Decluttering” will break down simple steps to approach and succeed with your next decluttering project.

Dollar Value of bonus gift: $50

You Can’t Stop Anxiety But You Change Your Relationship to It - Pdf

Presenter: Dr. Sharon Saline

This bonus gift from Dr. Saline is a downloadable document full of useful tips and how-to’s for changing your relationship to anxiety.

Dollar Value of bonus gift: $50

Jump Start Your Career Confidence: Create a Smile File - Pdf

Presenter: Shell Mendelson

Shell’s Smile File How-To will give you a fun and exhilarating boost toward creating a clear and confident career path.

Dollar Value of bonus gift:  $100

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How is this free?

Because each of us are committed to delivering as much support as we can to members of the ADHD community, we’re inviting you to join us FREE of charge. No strings, no catch. You can listen to each of the calls FREE starting at 8am Pacific for 24 hours on the days they are available (schedule shown here). We want everyone to succeed with ADHD!

What if I can’t listen to all of the calls?

You will have access to the audios for 24 hours starting at 7am Pacific. You can listen to them as many times as you want within that 24 hours. If you are not able to listen to all of them or want to listen beyond this week, we have created the ADHD Success Kit where you can purchase the recordings to listen to whenever you like!

How long are the calls?

Each of the calls are 30 minutes long to make it easy for you to listen to each one either live or on replay!

A reminder…

The Succeed with ADHD Telesummit is free five-day event that you can access from anywhere in the world!

Each day at 7am Pacific, we will send you an email containing a link to the audios available that day. You will have 24 hours to listen in for FREE. The audios are approximately 30 minutes long and our ADHD guides will share their unique ADHD story and present their best tips to help with executive functioning, relationships, overcoming ADHD challenges and utilizing your ADHD gifts to reach your goals.

We are thrilled you are joining us!

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Succeed with ADHD Telesummit