Archive | October, 2013

Five Books on ADHD You Need to Read!

So you want to learn more about ADHD, but Amazon lists over 6000 results when you search “ADHD books”.  Ugh! With a list this long, where do you start?  Well, I’m going to suggest you start with my current list of favorites and see where it takes you. What makes these books current favorites? They’re […]

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Sometimes You’ve Got to Fail to Succeed!

  I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work. – Attributed to Thomas Edison with regard to creating the lightbulb This quote makes me think about a situation I experienced while serving as a board member for a non-profit organization.  I had worked for weeks to prepare what I thought was […]

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You’ve Gotta Protect Your Planning Time!

I’m reading an interesting book called Fast Minds, by Craig Surman, MD & Tim Bilkey, MD.  It’s a self-help book for folks with ADHD or who think they may have ADHD.  This morning I came across a couple of sentences I want to share with you. “ We want to reiterate here that we feel […]

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A Request on Behalf of the Institute for Challenging Disorganization

The Institute for Challenging Disorganization is an organization dedicated to providing education, research and strategies to benefit people challenged by chronic disorganization.  It’s also an organization that’s had a huge impact on the way that I work with my clients.  This is because of the phenomenal education and certification programs that this organization offers. In […]

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You’re Invited to My Next Open Forum!

Stump the Organizer: An Open Forum with Andrea Sharb, CPO-CD, ACC, COC Do you have an area of your life or home you wish were more organized? Are you overwhelmed by the degree of disorganization you live with daily? Could you benefit from having someone answer your organizing questions? If you answered yes to any […]

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