How do you react when you’re faced with circumstances beyond your control or you fall short […]
Summary: Amy has a conversation with Core Tri Fitness owner and trainer Melissa Wagmann about ADHD, […]
Summary: In this video, Lindsay and Amy discuss ADHD and some of the potential impacts of […]
How to Stay Motivated When Nothing is Happening Motivation can be hard to come by when […]
Security is one of the most basic human needs. Most people value security because feeling secure […]
For people with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), fidgeting is often seen as a negative symptom. But what if it’s actually a functional component of the disorder — something that helps a person with ADHD concentrate? Amy and and Lindsay Buroker, Fantasy Author, discuss ways that fidgeting shows up in adults, especially those who use it to focus. Amy finds that it can be a useful tool, but advises choosing figit in a way that don't draw attention to yourself.

Common Habits of People With Persistent Financial Challenges Most financial challenges aren’t solely due to unfortunate […]
So, Lindsay Buroker, is working with me to build up some videos about ADHD on my […]
Time Management Self-Assessment Do you rush from one task to the next without feeling like you’ve […]
What dreams would you pursue if you knew it was impossible for you to fail? If […]