As an ADHD coach, I hear stories nearly every day from my clients about being stuck. They want to plan their week, organize their desk, write a paper draft, or pay their bills, but just can’t seem to get themselves to follow through on their own intentions. But guess what — life doesn’t have to be this way. Based on current research and my own experiences as a coach, I’ve created The ADHD Trifecta model for motivation. This model identifies 3 specific areas people can focus on to increase their motivation and thus, increase their ability to get things done and meet their goals! In this presentation we will:
- Learn how ADHD gets in the way of feeling motivated and taking action.
- Explore three main motivators for people with ADHD.
- Use the ADHD Trifecta as a tool to generate motivation and action.
- Learn several specific methods that real people have used to take action and implement solutions.
About Casey Dixon, PCC, BCC, SCAC, M.S.Ed.
Casey Dixon is a Life Coach with a unique focus on science-based, innovative collaborative coaching for lawyers, professors, and other demand-ridden professionals having ADHD. Comfortable and familiar with the paradox of competence and accomplishment smacked up against dysregulation and stuckness, Casey listens intensely without judgment, adding a logical voice and sometimes a bit of humor. Casey has become recognized for helping clients excel in authentic and creative ways using ADHD-informed approaches. Casey is recognized as an ICF Professional Certified Coach, Senior Certified ADHD Coach, and Board Certified Coach. As an in-demand ADHD Coach, Casey has developed her expertise as an entrepreneur, author, interviewee, CLE presenter, and educational speaker.