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ADHD Coaching - Outsmarting your ADHD - strategies to work differently, not harder. Specialties: ADHD, time management, next chapters. Phone: 603-765-9267 or Sue@CoachSueWest.com By phone. By Zoom.

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Blogs and Videos: Productivity and ADHD

Productivity/ADHD Suggestions - Susan Fay West - YouTube

Personal.Biz.Life Productivity Tips - Susan Fay West

Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.

It’s sounds like a simple, analytical sort of exercise, yet it is a challenge for many people. And not for the reasons you’re probably thinking. I’ve got for you today [Oh, that just sounded like the chefs on  Chops!] …. I’ve got for you today 7 reasons I commonly hear it’s difficult to  prioritize, and of course, I won’t leave you without strategies to try for your workdays.

Prioritize Your Work: Why is it so difficult? A List of Solutions. - Coach Sue West

Prioritize your work: 7 surprising reasons it's difficult, and strategies to try to prioritize your tasks, projects and energy/attention.

Healthy Habits: Where to Start if You Work from Home [Part 1] - Coach Sue West

Working out of the home and healthy habits: extra difficult, right? Find your "why." Where to start. Practical strategies. ZeroCater provided me this infographic, which became the stepping off point for this article.

One of the time leaks in the bucket of your days. It interferes with your day. Time passes too quickly. Think about this though. How many “to do” tasks are actually sitting your email box?  Lots more than you think. In other words, it’s not “just email.”  What steps can you take to get it under control and more useful to your work? What decisions are there to triage effectively? You can watch/listen or read for more; I’ve rounded up my latest advice on email all in this one post to make it…

Email: Steps to Stop the Time Leak in Your Days [Productivity Video Links] - Coach Sue West

What steps can you take to get it under control and more useful to your work? Decisions to triage effectively? Email: One of the time leaks in the bucket of your days. There are lots more "to do" tasks sitting your email box than you think, which is why it causes time to slip away.

You leave your home office, walk out to the kitchen and pick up the coffee mug from breakfast on the way. You decide to wash the mug, and a few other dishes. Then you remember you’d tossed the clothes in the washer earlier, so you stop and deal with the dryer. Distractions? Distracted? Yes. We know it well, if we work out of a home office.  What’s just happened? Your mind is no longer on your work. You’ve just siphoned off some your productive time and whether you work for a company from…

Work Away from Home: A Cure for Home Office Distractions - Coach Sue West

Families, dogs, technology. Distractions galore when you work out of your home. Your mind is no longer on your work. You’ve just siphoned off some your productive time. Try this easy experiment instead and combat distractions before they derail your work performance.

An Email Routine: How to Create Your Own [And a look at mine]

An Email Routine: How to Create Your Own [And a look at mine] - Coach Sue West

Why are email routines useful for business & 6 questions to ask yourself to create routines that work for you. Create a system that appeals to how your mind naturally works.

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For not letting work take over your life:

Being a well-adjusted human has never been easier.

MYTH: ADHD doesn’t exist - ADHD Awareness Month - October 2019

MYTH: ADHD doesn’t exist – ADHD Awareness Month – October 2020

FACT: There are more than 100,000 articles in science journals on ADHD (and its precursor labels) and references to it in medical textbooks going back to 1775.

Your Memory – at Work, with ADHD in the Mix | ADDA - Attention Deficit Disorder Association blog I wrote with practical solutions to experiment with.

Your Memory – at Work, with ADHD in the Mix | ADDA - Attention Deficit Disorder Association

by Sue West You’ve probably been there. Your sales manager asked how a certain prospect meeting went, but the meeting was 2 weeks ago. You couldn’t remember and didn’t know what to say. Or you’re learning a new software package …

Amazon.com: Change Your Habits: ADHD Style   A workbook/playbook for changing a  habit, but with ADHD in mind.  (9781077926912): Susan Fay West: Books

Change Your Habits: ADHD Style

Change Your Habits: ADHD Style [West, Susan Fay, West, Susan Fay] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Change Your Habits: ADHD Style

about yesterday/today - school counselors from counseling.org American Counseling Assoc.

The American Counseling Association Foundation Offers Grants of Up to $500

about yesterday/today - school counselors from counseling.org American Counseling Assoc.

One call, one month, 3 months or as you like it. We see other pro's for a tune up or maintenance (health, mental health) .... isn't your time important and the choices you make, too?  #time #choices #timemanagement #ADHD #lifecoach  Sue@CoachSueWest.com 603.765.9267 cell/text By phone or zoom

One call, one month, 3 months or as you like it. We see other pro's for a tune up or maintenance (health, mental health) .... isn't your time important and the choices you make, too? #time #choices #timemanagement #ADHD #lifecoach Sue@CoachSueWest.com 603.765.9267 cell/text By phone or zoom

The Brown Model of ADD/ADHD | Brown ADHD Clinic | United States

The Brown Model of ADD/ADHD | Brown ADHD Clinic | United States

Dr. Brown's ADHD Model of Executive Functions, created from 30+ years of experience with his patients

ADHD Memory Supports [blog] Coach Sue West, ADHD specialist

Times of Change: Improving Your Memory

Memory supports are necessary when we are overwhelmed with life, if we're on anxiety overdrive, certainly with ADHD or if we are in the midst of life changes. 4 starting points.

Productivity/ADHD Suggestions - Susan Fay West - YouTube

Personal.Biz.Life Productivity Tips - Susan Fay West

Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.

Workbook + 30 Minute Kick Starter Call

Workbook: You Are Not Your ADHD

You have ADHD or THINK you may. Manage your ADHD symptoms before they manage you. Workbook with exercises and advice in a 4 step program. Work on your own, or guided: either one kick start call or fully guided by Sue West, Productivity Coach & ADHD Specialist. Your roadmap to get from your "before" to your "after."

Picture from the MindMeister website. Mindmapping for people with ADHD is often a great tool. My recommendation: get everything out of your head (step 1) and step 2, organize it, prioritize it, etc. TWO steps; don't try to do both at once, and mindmapping, whether with easy to use software or hand drawn facilitates that.

What Are Mind Maps and Why You Definitely Need Them? | Focus

Want to improve memory and comprehension? You'll be happy with a good mind map then. At least studies show that mind maps improve memory by 10-32%

Classes & Events - Health & Wellness Catholic Medical Center NEXT WEEK: THU, MAY 9, 2 -- 6:00PM - 7:15PM -- Please call CMC 603.626.2626 to register. " If you are an adult with ADHD (Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder), or think you have it, and want to organize your life, this workshop will teach you ADHD friendly strategies. I'll talk about ideas and practical approaches to the top 3-4 issues my clients run into and what to do. Please call 603.626.2626 to register to CMC hospital.

ADHD Friendly Strategies for Adults | Catholic Medical Center

Catholic Medical Center (CMC) offers a variety of classes and events ranging from fitness to childbirth and everything in between. Learn more about our upcoming classes and events and sign up today.

It’s sounds like a simple, analytical sort of exercise, yet it is a challenge for many people. And not for the reasons you’re probably thinking. I’ve got for you today [Oh, that just sounded like the chefs on  Chops!] …. I’ve got for you today 7 reasons I commonly hear it’s difficult to  prioritize, and of course, I won’t leave you without strategies to try for your workdays.

Prioritize Your Work: Why is it so difficult? A List of Solutions. - Coach Sue West

Prioritize your work: 7 surprising reasons it's difficult, and strategies to try to prioritize your tasks, projects and energy/attention.

Healthy Habits: Where to Start if You Work from Home [Part 1] - Coach Sue West

Working out of the home and healthy habits: extra difficult, right? Find your "why." Where to start. Practical strategies. ZeroCater provided me this infographic, which became the stepping off point for this article.

One of the time leaks in the bucket of your days. It interferes with your day. Time passes too quickly. Think about this though. How many “to do” tasks are actually sitting your email box?  Lots more than you think. In other words, it’s not “just email.”  What steps can you take to get it under control and more useful to your work? What decisions are there to triage effectively? You can watch/listen or read for more; I’ve rounded up my latest advice on email all in this one post to make it…

Email: Steps to Stop the Time Leak in Your Days [Productivity Video Links] - Coach Sue West

What steps can you take to get it under control and more useful to your work? Decisions to triage effectively? Email: One of the time leaks in the bucket of your days. There are lots more "to do" tasks sitting your email box than you think, which is why it causes time to slip away.

You leave your home office, walk out to the kitchen and pick up the coffee mug from breakfast on the way. You decide to wash the mug, and a few other dishes. Then you remember you’d tossed the clothes in the washer earlier, so you stop and deal with the dryer. Distractions? Distracted? Yes. We know it well, if we work out of a home office.  What’s just happened? Your mind is no longer on your work. You’ve just siphoned off some your productive time and whether you work for a company from…

Work Away from Home: A Cure for Home Office Distractions - Coach Sue West

Families, dogs, technology. Distractions galore when you work out of your home. Your mind is no longer on your work. You’ve just siphoned off some your productive time. Try this easy experiment instead and combat distractions before they derail your work performance.