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Tara McGillicuddy welcomes back Becca Colao to ADHD Support Talk Radio. Tara and Becca will be discussing important issues related to being Stressed, Crazy Busy, and Disorganized with Adult ADD / ADHD.
ADHD Support Talk Radio host Tara McGillicuddy is an internationally recognized ADD / ADHD expert. She is also a top ADHD Coach the founder of ADDClasses.com.
Our guest on this episode is Dr. Joyce Cooper-Kahn, who is a co-author of the book, Late, Lost and Unprepared.
Joyce Cooper-Kahn, Ph.D., is a clinical child psychologist whose career has focused on helping children and their families to successfully manage academic, behavioral, and emotional challenges Dr. Cooper-Kahn has particular expertise in attention disorders, learning disabilities and school consultation with an emphasis on interventions for executive functioning difficulties.
Listen as Dr. Cooper-Kahn offers suggestions and solutions for helping the disorganized child both and home and in the classroom.
For more information, go to www.theinclusiveclass.com.
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Tara McGillicuddy welcomes back Linda Hillger to ADHD Support Talk Radio. Tara and Linda will be discussing the topic of being Overwhelmed and Disorganized when you have ADD / ADHD. Tara and Linda will also be discusing ways to get help when you are both Overwhelmed and Disorganized.
ADHD Support Talk Radio host Tara McGillicuddy is an internationally recognised ADD / ADHD expert.. She is also a top ADHD Coach and the founder of ADDClasses.com.
Margin is about putting space into your life so you can reach your potential. Stop feeling overwhelmed, pressured and disorganized. Gain control of your life today. By finding MARGIN you can gain important benefits that will change your life and unleash your dreams. Stop procrastination and eliminate excuses. Get Margin in your life this year.
Declaring that masonry offers a non-secular option to faith has wrapped the Craft in a lingering, misguided myth. Think about it. If Freemasonry is the epitome of Renaisance thinking, would it not have a bearing on the masonic mind? Saying that masonry is complicated doesn't take much effort. Yes, it's a mess. Yes our writings are disorganized. Yes, we don't know how to locate the best Masonic mentors scholars. Yes we lack bone fide readings. Yes the disorder is growing. When we decide it is important to ensure that the basic core learning is available to a Brother we will get around to it. Or will we? We should probably do more than wait. We should probably build accessible study rooms, organize collections and a place to gather, to read, to learn, to contemplate meaning.
Andrew Hammer published a thoughtful little book- Observing the Craft, in which he extols us to be forthright about our obligations and stay active in Lodge. He said we were straying off in all directions. Some truth in that as far as he took it. Rather than describing a problem, I thought he gave us a list of symptoms. Everything is secondary to our primary goal, enlightenment. Searchers are looking for options going through the versions of masonry. Maybe masonry is essentially about exposing bright minds to great ideas. What Br Hammer didn't consider was the next path opening in front of us. If bricks and mortar masonry can't deliver, the internet will. Colloquial no more, masonry has evoled on its own, into a network built to convey ideas using a network built to communicate ideas. Can I resist that gravity?
Well Organizesd Lie Defeats a Disorganized Truth every Time
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Susun Weed answers 90 minutes of herbal health questions followed by a 30 minute interview with Mitzi Weinman.
Mitzi Weinman is the founder of TimeFinder, which offers practical approaches to personal productivity. As a coach, workshop leader, and professional speaker, she helps people develop good habits and techniques to reduce stress which can result from not planning, procrastinating, feeling disorganized, and overwhelmed, and rushing to get things done, at work and/or at home. Since 1989, TimeFinder’s programs have provided ongoing support and professional and personal development to hundreds of companies, individuals and associations including New Balance, Reebok, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Pearson Education and Marriott University. She earned a bachelor’s degree from the Newhouse School of Communications at Syracuse University and lives in Needham, Massachusetts, with her husband, son and dog.
this episode Q&A- includes:
• PCOS- treatment to achieve fertility..
• cysts? consider dissolving herbs such as red clover or comfrey..
• varicose veins- witch hazel, plantain oil, fenugreek, horse chestnut and avoid spicey foods
• how to make hawthorne tincture..
• Clostridium difficile colitis- slippery elm balls and corn silk infusions..
• why Susun does not use golden seal.
• preventing premature rupture of membranes (PPROM)..
• yarrow for mouth care..
• hiatus hernia- explanation and recommendations..
• marijuana is a magnifier..
Durham, NC – Midlife women who develop a sudden case of “brain fog” run to their doctors, fearing early onset dementia or worse. Many are stunned at the diagnosis: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), a lifelong condition that is often unmasked when women are on the cusp of menopause, according to Linda Roggli, PCC, an award-winning author, coach and retreat facilitator for ADHD women “40-and-better.”
“Most people think of ADHD as a children’s issue,” said Roggli, who discovered her own ADHD at age 47, “but there are literally millions of adults with ADHD, most of them unaware that their lifelong struggles have a name … and treatment. That’s why I created the ADDiva Network for ADHD women at midlife and beyond. We all need support, community and hope. Today, there are thousands of women across the globe who call themselves ADDivas!”
Though she wears her whimsical trademark ADDiva hat and takes an upbeat approach to adult ADHD, Roggli acknowledges the seriousness of this neurodevelopmental condition. ADHD adults often have trouble with time management, are disorganized with papers and bills, are usually underemployed, endure troubled relationships and have a profound sense of failure. Studies show that women with ADHD may have even more difficulty coping with ADHD than men because of their many roles that require multi-tasking.
“The ADDiva Network encourages women to come out of their dark (and messy) ADHD closets without judgment or shame,” said Roggli. “Through coaching, ADDiva retreats, online forums, webinars and support groups, we rebuild lives. When ADHD women realize that they are more than their ADHD and finally wake up to their full potential, the world shifts. My slogan for ADHD women is: Why are you trying to fit in when you were born to stand out?”
Timeout is a word heard through organized sports. It called by players or coaches when one is fatigued, hurt, disorganized, or unsure concerning the present state of circumstances. Life in general is no different. We as people tend to lose ourselves in the hustle and bustle of everyday living never truly taking a much needed "timeout". Join us for another episode of Open Treasures with the 12 Kings as we discuss the need for a break and the signs when we simply need to noy only say "Timeout!"....but actually take it.
Join Andrea Brundage and Angela Sticca Snyder talking trash!!! The trash around disorganization and the treasures you can find. Do you know what being unorganized is costing you? Lost receipts mean missed tax deductions and higher taxes!! OH NO! Everyone's been there, the pile on the kitchen counter, the lost receipts, the horrendous closet... there's a way out and there's help. Listen to this entertaining and educational show... and the most important part is at the end where Angela gives you key points on the types of items you should be saving and organizing for your taxes!
Happy Sorting your way to a more organized life with more tax deductions and lower taxes!!
Join me Runako Akil Jabbar Bey tonight family as we examine the science of working with those who are working with you. Is it for us to expend all our energy on people who seem as if they are not interested in building group economics with us? Should we take an evangelistic approach? Or do we begin to put the most of our energy into the ones who are genuinely interested and available to work with us? An organized 7 is better than a disorganized 700!