The Power of Change: learning to live as a “weirdo” [talk notes]

Here you can find all the sources and resources I used to prepare my talk, along with mental health help, and the list of people who helped me. If you enjoyed the talk, please endorse me on LinkedIn, and recommend me for future events. If you prefer to give feedback anonymously, you can do itContinue reading “The Power of Change: learning to live as a “weirdo” [talk notes]”

Upping your star chart game

I wrote a post on here about star charts. If you haven’t read it yet, go and read it now, I’ll wait. Finished? OK, great. You’ve probably gathered that I am a massive fan of star charts. They work for adults with autism, adults with ADHD, children and normal people. But sometimes, you might needContinue reading “Upping your star chart game”

People will make fun of you if you use this productivity tool

I have been using this particular productivity tool for years. It works really well for me. I’ve shown it to a few other people as well. One said “Hmmm….” A guy with Asperger’s really liked it. One of my clients loves it. Her husband called it childish. Another of my clients said “Oh my God,Continue reading “People will make fun of you if you use this productivity tool”

This is why I don’t tell people I have ADHD

I was talking to some school mums in the playground today, and one of them said “I think I’ve got that ADD you know, I keep forgetting things.” She talked a bit more about it, and said she shouldn’t say things like that because it’s offensive to people who really have the condition, to whichContinue reading “This is why I don’t tell people I have ADHD”