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Organizational Skills with Sandy Maynard, M.S.

by addrc on December 3, 2013

in About ADD/ADHD, Adults, CHADD NY Meeting, Coaching, Self-Management

Organization – Less is More & Simple is Best

Most of us have a bit of “pack rat” in us. Either we save more shopping bags than we could ever use or stuff our closets with clothes that no longer fit. Some of the clutter is the result of unfinished projects that get buried under more unfinished projects, and some of the clutter is the result of buying more of what we couldn’t find when our search to find it failed. Getting organized and finding a place for everything and putting everything in its place is no small task for anyone with ADHD.

Organizational systems don’t have to be complicated and some of the best ways to stay organized are the most simple. Explore how to reframe in your own mind what you really need and what you can do without to have less clutter. This presentation will help you prioritize your organizational needs and identify the habits and routines that you personally need to develop to maintain the systems you put in place to stay clutter free.

A pioneer in the field of ADHD Coaching, Sandy Maynard holds a Master of Science in Health Psychology. She is a certified Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) and utilizes a holistic health and wellness approach with her clients. Ms. Maynard lives in Washington, DC where she operates Catalytic Coaching, coaching adults and adolescents with ADHD and providing entrepreneurial consulting and coach training for individuals starting their own coaching businesses. Sandy lectures internationally and is a regular contributor to ADDitude magazine.

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