Category Archives: Strategies

Succeed with ADHD Telesummit

/ July 1, 2017/ Strategies

I am thrilled to be a speaker at the Succeed with ADHD Telesummit again this year. The telesummit is a free event where over 20 ADHD professionals and experts will share information and some of their most helpful tips to succeed with ADHD. The speakers will focus on adults and families living with ADHD,

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Adjusting Your Aim

/ March 2, 2017/ Positivity and Well-being, Strategies

Michael Jordan said, “I’ve missed more than 9,000 shots in my career. I’ve lost almost 300 games. Twenty six times, I’ve been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed. I’ve failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed.” Michael didn’t give up in the

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Wacky Ways to Succeed with ADHD

/ October 8, 2015/ Positivity and Well-being, Strategies

Sarah and I are very happy to be contributing authors to the ADHD Awareness Book Project’s Wacky Ways to Succeed with ADHD, joining other ADHD coaches and experts from around the world in sharing strategies, stories and tips to help people live well with ADHD. What I love about the idea of the book

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A Great Start for the School Year

/ August 17, 2015/ IEPs and 504s, Parenting, School, Strategies

The beginning of the school year is a great time to start fresh, appreciating what went well last year and figuring out ways to circumvent challenge areas.  Below are some tips that might help set your child and family up for success this new school year. Adjust bedtimes and wake up times progressively earlier

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Finding the Time for Coaching

/ July 20, 2015/ Coaching, Strategies

  Joe was stuck.  He was overwhelmed.  He was worried about keeping his job.  And he was tired.  He worked hard all day, barely taking time for lunch at his desk, and got to the end of the day with only a fraction of his work completed.  He thought he had a handle on

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Lead With Your Strengths

/ March 15, 2015/ Positivity and Well-being, Strategies

You build a life on your talents and strengths – what is good and right about you – not on your weaknesses, however skillfully they might be corrected. – Dr. Edward Hallowell, Delivered From Distraction Can you name your personal strengths? When asked that question, most people stumble for an answer. A 2001 study in the

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Scheduling Yourself for Success in College

/ September 15, 2014/ College, Strategies

Here’s sneak peek at a tip that Roxanne Fouché contributed to the upcoming book, Inspirational Ways to Succeed with ADHD: Ratemyprofessors.com and similar websites are popular because they help college students get a sense of prospective classes and professors.  In addition to choosing professors whose teaching style seems to match your particular learning style, you might also

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Too Much of a Good Thing?

/ July 25, 2014/ Positivity and Well-being, Strategies

Right now I am at the Attention Deficit Disorder Association’s annual conference, THE conference for adults with ADHD. And I am exhausted. And it’s only the second day. I wonder how many other conference attendees are feeling the same way. So many people. So many decisions. So much to think about. Don’t get me

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Succeed with ADHD Telesummit

/ July 8, 2014/ Resources, Strategies

Roxanne Fouché is happy to be joining other ADHD coaches and experts who will be speaking at the Succeed with ADHD Telesummit (July 14-18). Roxanne will be speaking on “Strategies for a Flourishing Life with ADHD” on July 14th. The telesummit has an all-star lineup including Rick Green of TotallyADD, Alan Brown of ADD Crusher, Linda Roggli of

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