Organizing Your ADHD Life

Linda AndersonOrganizing Your ADHD Life
With Linda Anderson, MA, MCC, SCAC
Tuesday, October 8, 2013 11:00am – 1:00pm EDT

Getting rid of stuff, organizing what’s left, managing projects at home and at work, and changing old habits. All of this is pretty challenging when you have ADHD, and then add to it the fact that we live in a culture of clutter. It’s just not easy keeping it all together! So what can you possibly do to create more order and achieve less stress? In this Master Class, Master Certified Coach Linda Anderson will present new ways of thinking about yourself, your stuff, and your ability to create desired change. With nearly 20 years of experience in working with adults with ADHD, Linda will share life-changing tools and strategies that can help you succeed at getting your life organized, and creating more balance, containment, focus, and success.

In this Master Class, you’ll:

  1. Learn a working formula for creating desired change that you can apply to organizing challenges
  2. Explore seven life truths that affect your success at creating change
  3. Discover tools, approaches and visual examples for organizing spaces and things
  4. Learn how to use color, creativity, and practicality in organizing
  5. Consider different strategies and approaches that appeal to different personalities and processing styles
  6. Identify cutting-edge, online tools and resources for further exploration
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About Linda Anderson 
Linda Anderson, M.A., MCC, SCAC, is an ICF master certified coach and a leader in the world of ADHD coaching. She specializes in working with ADHD adults in the U.S. and abroad. She began her business, Getting Clear, in 1993. Linda meets with clients in her office in Doylestown, PA, but coaches the majority of her clients located in the United States and abroad by phone and Skype. Linda has been actively involved in the world of ADHD since 1994. She served on the Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA) board for thirteen years, served as president of the organization from 2006 to 2008, and presently serves on the Communications Committee. Linda is a member of the International Coach Federation (ICF), ICF-Philadelphia, the ADHD Coaches Association (ACO) and the Institute for the Advancement of ADHD Coaching (IAAC). She has written several articles, among them, “A Closer Look At Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder–From The Outside Looking In,” “The Body Double,” and, “Letting Go and Organizing What’s Left.” As a coach working primarily with adults who have ADHD, Linda has learned from her clients how resiliency, creativity, wisdom and the uniqueness of the individual spirit lives right along side the challenges of managing a life with ADHD. She is grateful for all the clients, professionals and associates who have shared with her and taught her about living with ADHD.

To learn more about Linda and her work, visit gettingclear.com.