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Thursday, September 29, 2011

Tired of missing the boat?

I am sure all of us have missed the boat or the "Noah's ark" in our lives at one point or another, but some of us repeatedly miss it. Would you like to for once make it to the boat on time? Would you like to quit having to say "oh Shit"?

Who knew the dinosaurs extinction was caused by their ADHD? Maybe they needed reminders. Maybe they could have used an ADHD coach to set up systems so they participate in the 40 day voyage. Would you like to be able to participate more in events that matter most to you? If so, consider hiring an ADHD coach. To find out how you can receive a free complementary session, email me at sarah.gogstetter@gmail.com.

Monday, September 19, 2011

ADHD Awareness Week Expo Affiliate packages

ADHD Awareness Expo Affiliates Earn:

$15 for each Bronze package sale

$25 for each Silver package sale

$75 for each Gold package sale

$150 for each Platinum package sale

You can also earn your own virtual exhibit booth:

Any 5 advertising package sales  =  1 Complimentary Bronze Package

Any 10 advertising package sales =  1 Complimentary Silver Package

Any 25 advertising package sales =  1 Complimentary Gold Package

Any 50 advertising package sales =  1 Complimentary Platinum Package

Here's a Affiliate link, check it out for details.

Monday, September 5, 2011

Becoming a coach part one

i have been wanting to become an ADD/ADHD coach as i witnessed the power of coaching in my own life. i witnessed myself grow, become stronger, more successful, able to whether all that my life threw at me. it helped me keep going in the midst of being on the verge of homelessness, it kept me going in work, it kept me going in school, it kept me alive. it kept me from drowning, healed old and new wounds, allowed me to go from being my own worse enemy to my own best advocate. it helped me learn to manage my life and my time. it help me learn how to get to appointments and classes on time. it helped me separate out my identity not only from my ADHD, but also my pain, my identity of being an "overcomer", it helped me find my core. it helped me bring out my beauty, it helped me learn to articulate and express my emotions and thoughts. it allowed me to learn what my needs are and what my values are. it helped me how to live with others, it helped me develop good strong self-awareness. it gave me a place where i could be understood by someone. it gave me someone i felt safe have help me compassionately track my progress and learn how to get things done. it is the very thing i want to pass on to others.