Interview– The Power of Creativity: LEVERAGING ADHD to Your ADDvantage ™!

Are you working long hours, but jumping from project to project and feeling like you are getting nothing accomplished? Do you find yourself spending a lot of time replaying moments you could have done differently? Do you experience anxiety and nervousness about trying again or working on a new goal?

Then you’re probably pretty familiar with the moments of frustration that come with from feeling like you just can’t reach your goal even when you know you’re trying.

ADHD traits can be seen as ‘challenges’ but they are actually your superpowers.

You can learn how to harness these superpowers to LEVERAGE ADHD to Your ADDvantage™ and overcome procrastination, stay focused, organized, and productive!

Recently, I had the opportunity to discuss some of these challenges and how people with ADHD can tap into their superpowers to move beyond serving to thriving with my good friend, Joe Bartfay of ADHD Entrepreneur.

I am so excited to have had the opportunity to be a part of this incredible event and share my knowledge, hope, and strategies for success with others.

My interview Harnessing Your Creativity and Vulnerability to Overcome Your ADHD Obstacles focuses on how to move beyond negative feelings to tap into your innate creativity so you can navigate and overcome ADHD obstacles with greater ease and positivity.

This interview also comes with a free expressive arts workbook and a free 20-min strategy session with me, Dr. Billi, to help you understand how to better LEVERAGE Your strengths to Your ADDvantage™! 

This interview also comes with a free expressive arts workbook and a free 20-min strategy session with me, Dr. Billi, to help you understand how to better LEVERAGE Your strengths to Your ADDvantage™! 

Dr. Billi

Dr. Billi is a Certified Co-active ADHD Coach, Neuro-Cognitive Behavioral Therapist, licensed in Mediation/Conflict Resolution, and Certified in Trauma-Based Techniques. She has over 35 years of experience helping people of all ages manage ADHD, Asperger’s Syndrome, various learning disabilities, memory disorders, and trauma.

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