with David Giwerc, MCC, PCC
David Giwerc shares how he coaches women with ADHD to shift their focus away from the dominant, negative beliefs which often immobilize them, and refocus their attention on accessing positive memories to inspire a pursuit of their heartfelt purpose.
David Giwerc, Master Certified ADHD Coach, PAAC, and Founder/President of the ADD Coach Academy, will share how he coaches women with ADHD to shift their focus away from the dominant, negative beliefs which often immobilize them, and refocus their attention on accessing positive memories to inspire a pursuit of their heartfelt purpose. Too many women with ADHD are stuck, held back, trying to survive the daily demands of life. This interview is not about how women with ADHD are able to survive but how they learn, explore and discover how to thrive with their ADHD!
David Giwerc is a Master Certified ADHD Coach, MCAC, with the Professional Association of ADHD Coaches (PAAC) and a Master Certified Coach, MCC, with the International Coach Federation (ICF). He is also the Founder and President of the ADD Coach Academy (ADDCA), the first and largest comprehensive ADHD coach training program fully accredited by the ICF and PAAC, the governing bodies of the Life Coaching and ADHD Coaching Professions.
David has an internationally recognized coaching practice dedicated to empowering ADHD entrepreneurs, executives, and CEOs from businesses of all sizes. David’s ADHD coaching skills, intuitive business sense, and diverse experience have been credited with helping to transform struggling businesses into profitable thriving enterprises.
David has been recognized for his many contributions in the field of ADHD coaching and research. He was inducted into the 2016 International CHADD (Children and Adults with ADHD) Hall of Fame and also received the 2016 ACO Founders Award from the ADHD Coaches Organization.
In his groundbreaking book, Permission to Proceed: The Keys to Creating a Life of Passion, Purpose, and Possibility for Adults with ADHD, David shares his unique and effective coaching models for gaining control of one’s ADHD at home, work, and in the community.
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