Tag Archives: entrepreneur

What Zone Are You In?

ADHD Strategies, Adults with ADHD    April 11, 2014

Ahhh…the comfort zone.  That comfy familiar place where we feel safe. Here we can kick back, relax and pat ourselves on the back.  Livin’ seems easy…but there is an underlying restlessness as if something is missing. Is this the comfort zone or…are we “zoning out”? Recently, I was asked to do a keynote talk at an … read more »

Are You a “Do-er” or a “Be-er”? Three Keys so You Never Quit Again

Entrepreneurs    September 20, 2013

If I had to choose one innate entrepreneurial brain style quality that increases a person’s chances at success more than anything else, it would be taking action. Action is the key to success. Absolutely nothing is more important than taking action. There is not a degree, book, positive thought, teleclass or conference that will ever substitute for … read more »

The ADHD Entrepreneurial Brain-style

Adults with ADHD    January 20, 2012

Starting your own business is like riding a roller coaster. There are highs and lows and every turn you take is another twist. The lows are really low, but the highs can be really high. You have to be strong, keep your stomach tight, and ride along with the roller coaster that you started.” ~ Lindsay Manseau … read more »