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Living Well With ADHD

The topic of our next webinar in the Living Well
webinar series will be announced soon! 

Past Webinar Videos

Past Webinars

How to Go From Bad to Badass
with ADHD

What if you stopped worrying so much? And instead of always trying harder to improve yourself and be good at everything, you decided that you only want to be great at a couple of things? What if you embraced the radically unique parts of you (ADHD included) that make you a rebel, an artist, a deep thinker, a jack-of-all-trades, a collector, or a badass disrupter even? Watch this video to learn more about going from bad to badass with ADHD!

The Mysterious Paradox of Being a High Achiever with ADHD

Have you ever wondered how you can be a high achiever and still struggle with ADHD? At Dixon Life Coaching, we focus on our work specifically on this unique group of folks... exceptionally-smart, highly-educated, wickedly-talented, overstressed, overworked, overwhelmed, successful-on-the-outside adults with ADHD. Watch this free webinar video to learn more about this mysterious paradox!

Help Your ADHD Brain
Be Better at Planning

Planning doesn't come naturally to high achievers with ADHD. Because ADHD creates challenges with time management, decision-making, and other important Executive Functioning skills, making and sticking to a plan can feel darn near impossible! In this video, Team Coach Emily Whelden talks about the #1 most common pitfall that high achievers with ADHD make when trying to plan, why that pitfall makes your plan ineffective, and (most importantly!) how to fix this in your daily life.

NOTE: The worksheet can be found above,
not on the Resources page.

 The Double-Whammy of ADHD & Chronic Illness

Did you know that ADHD can put you at greater risk for developing a chronic illness. It also makes it more difficult to manage your health and medical needs. Listen to Team Coach Emily Whelden talk about the "Double Whammy" that happens when ADHD and chronic illness meet. Learn practical strategies you can use to improve your health outcomes by managing your ADHD symptoms and how to successfully navigate the complex intersection of ADHD and chronic illness!

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