The ADD/ADHD Coaching Difference
21st Century Lifestyle and Its Challenges
Today's fast-paced, high-tech world is moving at warp speed. We are all trying to keep up with personal and professional demands. We're expected to multi-task, get the job done right, take care of our kids, our parents, our spouse, be interested in local and world events, and be a responsible citizen — all while maintaining a balanced sense of self. There are times when it all seems downright impossible!
It's not surprising that many Americans are exhibiting Attention Deficit Disorder* (ADD) or symptoms such as impulsivity, inability to stay focused, procrastination, and difficulty managing time and keeping organized.
DIG Coaching Practice was established by Jeff Copper as an outgrowth of his own successful endeavors. As a coach, he brings specialized training, experiences, wisdom and an open mind to his clients. Not only does Jeff have specialized training and unique experiences, he has the enthusiasm and ability to motivate others to realize their own potential.
Working with a coach can help adults realizes that they can be an even more effective by helping them manage their ADD/ADHD symptoms, and those who are impacted by it.
* It is estimated that between 4% and 8% of all adults have ADD/ADHD. When you consider that each person who has ADD/ADHD or its symptoms impacts a family, friends, and coworkers, you can see that a significant portion of society is directly affected.
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