Challenges with adult ADHD are inevitable in our personal and professional lives. The difference between success and failure lies in how we respond when confronted with difficulty. Some people get cynical and give up, and some people remain optimistic and resilient. Your response can be a catalyst for a self-fulfilling prophecy. If you don't believe in yourself that you can overcome a challenge, you undoubtedly won't. But if you are self-confident and determined, it's probable you'll get through the metaphorical barrier.Message from Jill:
As a Professional Certified Life Coach specializing in ADHD, my passion is to make a positive difference with professionals and adults impacted by executive function challenges. Completing rigorous training and practice coaching requirements cultivates my expertise as an Executive Function Coach to explain the complexities of ADHD in a simple language client will understand. I partner with clients to find strategies and tools to manage executive function challenges at work, home, relationships, or college. Individual goals and actions are created and employed based on the client's unique skills and strengths.
Life can be a balancing act for any adult. If you have difficulties staying focused or motivated, often feel anxious or disorganized, or have challenges getting started and finishing tasks, you may have ADHD. I help you identify the negative behaviors associated with your ADHD, remove the shame, and equip you with solutions, tools, and techniques to overcome challenges.
With an unquestioned commitment to coaching excellence and 23-years of corporate-500 business experience, my goal is to create a researched-based professional, supportive, non-judgmental coaching environment and relationship strategically designed for the client to produce successful, sustainable results and meet desired goals
If you want to be in a created space that will allow you to see clearly for who you are and be clear what your life’s potential holds for you, work with me.