We do what we know; when we know better we do better.
I am a Household / Estate Manager in the "Brick & Mortar" world; think "English Butler, American Style"!
I am learning to live with ADD at 40+ years old! At least now I know what my "Hiccup" in life is, and I'm learning how to get around it but it's a day by day process. I provide personal coaching to others learning to live their best life through developing life management skills customized to meet the individuals needs. Although I coach all people, I specialize in working with people diagnosed with ADD/ADHD.
I have been blessed with a vast amount of professional training for Life Management (from world renowned mentors - wealth does have it's privileges, even if only by association with it!) as well as educating myself about ADD/ADHD, and how to overcome the related issues.
I am a very creative, thoughtful, dedicated person and have decided to put my energy into helping other adults, and children to learn to be successful in spite of ADD/ADHD.I know I have a wealth of knowledge and embrace the opportunity to share this with others.
I am currently in the process of developing a program, that will be accessible to others online, that will allow individuals to learn life management skills in a step by step process. This process when applied by the individual will help in all aspects of life, both business and personal. It is designed to be very simple to learn and apply. These are leadership skills as well and will allow you to "pay it forward" to others once you realize the power it allows to create your best life.
I'm the proud Mom of 2 kids, one in college the other just out of high school. I raised them both to appreciate knowledge and seek the best in themselves, especially when that's not the easy thing to do.
Who I'd Like to Meet:
Maya Angelou, a woman with meaningful knowledge who inspires me always.
Whoopi Goldberg, for always making me laugh; even when it hurts.
Russell A Barkley, Ph.D, for introducing me to myself!
Daisy Fields -My Favorite new artist!
Have you heard her?! She is a Member on this site!!!!
Her Music Is Awesome! Check it out !
My Biggest Influences:
Gerald D. Bell, Ph.D
A professor at UNC-Chapel Hill's Kenan-Flagler Business School, a psychologist, and a consultant to leading business organizations. His creative thinking and personal style have earned him the reputation for being one of the highest-rated resources on leadership in the United States and abroad.
This brilliant man gave me the key to unlock the door to myself. Through his program, I learned to lead rather than manage and to build myself first.
Russell A Barkley, Ph.D
Internationally recognized authority on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children and adults. Dr. Barkley has specialized in ADHD for more than 30 years and is currently a Research Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, New York and resides in the Charleston, South Carolina
My first ADD/ADHD teacher, who helped me to understand all the things that never made sense in my life. I will be forever grateful for the knowledge he has shared, and for the changes it allowed in my life.
Though many people have influenced me in my life, these 2 gentelman left an indelible mark with there influences and introduced me to myself. I will always be grateful for the gifts they provided.
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Hey Kelly good on you girl for making changes and learning to go forward well done. My eldest boy (26yrs now) too has ADHD although through his growing years we and he learnt to deal with his problems. Today he is more settled but it does flare up occassionally and his partner is very understanding and loves him, thank goodness. I'd love to keep in touch with you.
I am very happy to be your friend!
You are splendid creative person!
Welcome to the club!
This place is cool!
I never thought about ADD like that,
but definitely have it, but have always
thought of it as selective listening
or just tuning out.
Doing business on the web is like that though.
Some things just turn your mind off and you
end up wondering why you are spending so much
time staring at a screen with no idea what to do
with what you are finding out, and then
you see it is beyond your budget.
It is natural, and the only treatment I can recommend
is love. Love your children and love your work.
Love God, ask, and He will show you the way.
Look for my mails. No matter how hard it is,
there is a way, and sometimes, I find it.
Your new friend,
PS: Now back to my cooking... rhubarb/blackberry pie filling/butter
Oh thank you...thank you Khaki! Your comments on my music inspire me. I am so glad you encourage your daughter to write her own music, it truely is the window to our spirits whether alive and glowing or broken and redeemed. The record labels want carbon copies of the last big thing these days and refuse the possibilities of break out artist. That is why I appreciate your recognition as a passion for music, without passion, I couldn't do it. I would love to support your daughter in her endeavors and warmly welcome her to connect with me anytime!