Friday, July 19, 2019
Welcome to Friday – Day Five of the Succeed with ADHD Telesummit!
How it works:
The audios below are available to you for FREE for 24 hours starting at 8am Pacific Friday morning.
Each audio is approximately 30 minutes long. You can listen to them all at once or spread them out during that 24 hour period (these audios expire at 8am Pacific on Saturday)…you get to choose what works best for you.
How to listen:
You have two ways of listening in. Simply click on the audio play button – the white triangle! – or call in using the details provided.
And don’t forget:
To access your Succeed with ADHD Telesummit SWAG Bag gifts! You can find them at the bottom of the page if you haven’t accessed them yet.
Any questions? Just let us know at email@example.com. Enjoy!
How ADHD Life Coaching Works: 3 Listening Skills to Help you Thrive in Conversations
Presenter: Laurie Dupar of Coaching for ADHD and the iACTcenter
Replay By Phone: Dial: (206) 402-0103 Replay ID: 116-735-880#
Three Keys to Eliminate Emotional Binge Eating
Presenter: Luz Jaramillo
Do you overeat or binge eat? Are you an emotional eater? Do you feel you can’t control your emotions? Do you have a hard time with food? Do you find it challenging to stick to a diet? If you have ADHD, there’s a reason! Learn three keys that can help you stop emotional binge eating while achieving lasting success.
Replay By Phone: Dial: (206) 402-0103 Replay ID: 114-979-251#
Set Yourself Up for Success!
Presenter: Susan Lasky
Too often, our thinking focuses on the negatives. We tend to reinforce our perceived failures by berating ourselves for what we haven’t done, or what we could have done ‘better’. We feel anxious and avoidant about things we need or want to accomplish, making tasks more challenging. We question our ability to get things done, despite our talents and successes. It’s rare that we congratulate ourselves, and when we do, it’s often tempered by a negative ‘but,’ reminding us as to what we ‘should’ have done differently.
So, how do we turn off our Inner Judgmental Critic that constantly tells us we’re ‘not good enough?’ What are specific strategies that help us to ensure success, while remaining realistic about our ADHD-related challenges? How can we develop a more nurturing relationship with ourselves, based on self-acceptance, that improves both productivity and happiness?
Susan Lasky, a master ADHD, Productivity & Organization Coach, has spent over 25 years helping clients (and herself!) to better understand and accept their very real challenges, gain a better perspective and create successful outcomes. She will discuss specific strategies to quiet your inner critic, and reasons why it is so important to celebrate your successes.
Or Replay By Phone: Dial: (206) 402-0103 Replay ID: 116-241-393#
The Care and Feeding of Your ADHD Man
Presenter: Eliza Broadbent
Three out of four of Elizabeth Broadbent’s most serious relationships have been with ADHD men. So she knows a little bit about ADHD relationships: the good, the bad, and the really, really bad. She joins the Succeed with ADHD Telesummit for the first time with a focus on the unique relationship issues that arise when dating men with ADHD — especially when you’re a woman with ADHD. From the fun parts (you understand each other!) to the bad parts (your house is always a disaster), we’ll cover common topics and how they work in a marriage or dating context.
Replay By Phone: Dial: (206) 402-0103 Replay ID: 115-521-870#
Tired of Shame and Blame? Stop Feeling 'Less Than' and Start Sharing Your Fabulousness
Presenter: Dr. Sharon Saline
All too often, people with ADHD carry around shame that holds them back from accepting themselves and feeling truly good about who they are. Growing up receiving frequent feedback about what they could do differently, they’ve adopted those statements and transformed them into limiting negative self-talk. Sometimes the shame is obvious; other times, it’s more hidden. Reducing negative thinking is crucial for fostering the self-esteem and resiliency we all need to live successful, productive and connected lives. In this session, participants will learn how to transform shame and blame into awareness without judgment. Learning to practice self-compassion and accept that you’re doing the best you can with the resources you have at any given moment offers people the freedom to make mistakes and move on without debilitating self-criticism. Dr. Saline will teach specific tools for helping people change their perceptions of ‘mistakes’, identify their strengths and focus more on what they’re doing well each day.
Replay By Phone: Dial: (206) 402-0103 Replay ID: 116-220-918#
Missed part of the Succeed with ADHD Telesummit?
Want to listen to the audios over and over again whenever you want?
And get the cool bonuses mentioned by the speakers, too?
Click the links below to get access to:
- What Does She Really Want: ADHD Relationship Hacks for the ADHD Man audio with Laurie Dupar from 2018 On the Right ADHD Trail Summit — from ADHD Coach, Cathy Goett, CALC
- Supporting Your ADHD Teen on Social Media ebook — from ADHD Coach, Kelly Biltz, CALC
- “Walk Backwards” Time Estimator — from Linda Roggli of the ADHD Parents’ Palooza
- Fat Burner and Brain Booster Smoothie Recipe — from Luz Jaramillo from BrainBodyCoach, Inc.
- Create a Smile File ebook — from Career Coach, Shell Mendelson
- Ideas to Action ebook — from Susan Lasky
- ADHD Energy Shift — from Tara McGillicuddy of ADDClasses