- Are you working hard but often not getting the most important things done?
- Do you find it easy to start new projects but have trouble
- Is procrastination a perpetual problem in your life that's causing you too much stress?
- Do people complain you often over promise and under deliver?
- Are you open and willing to change, and ready to take action to learn how to manage adult ADHD more effectively?
My name is Pete Quily. I'm a professional ADHD coach who has ADHD and has been coaching adults with ADHD since 2003 over the telephone on 3 continents. Adults who often are very creative and full of ideas, but often get overloaded and frustrated by the many challenges & stresses of living with ADHD.
I help them reduce the frustrations by learning how to manage ADHD more effectively & develop the advantages of the condition.
My clients experience less struggle and stress, get more done with less effort, & have greater piece of mind.
Please have a look at some of the problems I help my ADHD clients with, some of the benefits of ADHD coaching, explore a bit about what ADHD coaching might have to offer you. I believe an experience is worth a million words. If it sounds useful to you,
What the ADHD experts say about ADHD Coaching
Many free resources on Adult Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder on my 150+ page website.
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90% of Adults with ADHD don't know they have it. Underdiagnosis is the norm, not the exception. Try Harvard's 5 minute Adult ADHD Screening Test
Popular Pages on my 150 page + ADHD Resource Website (I have ADHD and self medicate it with dopamine boosting information and learning)
Positive Characteristic of People with ADHD
of ADHD Diagnosis and Treatment Articles
26 Challenges of ADHD
What are the ADHD problems I help my adult ADHD coaching clients solve?
How to manage various Adult ADHD problems. Notes from my Vancouver Adult ADD Support Group meetings
ADHD at Work Articles
Relationships and ADHD
Time Management Articles and Websites
ADHD Really Exist? How to respond to those who say ADHD is not a real condition. Includes links to clinical evidence
of ADHD as a valid medical condition.