How to Get Things Done for the ADHD Brain Challenge.

Stop Procrastination

You have the best intentions.

You make lists.

But you never check your list, or you keep adding to the list….

And THAT leads to overwhelm.


Feel like you can’t breathe?

This sounds like an ADHD mind caught on the hamster wheel.
Time slips away and you wake up doing the same things a year later.
Nothing has changed. No matter how many motivational books you have read or podcasts you have listened to, nothing changes.
It’s all in your mind, but not the way you think.
Are you ready to take charge of your brain and get things done?

Join me for a 3-day challenge on
April 10, 11, and 12 at 1 pm MST.

This a challenge for those with ADHD or who suffer from procrastination. If you have not been diagnosed but think you have ADHD, this is for you too. The struggle is real for those with ADHD to get things done. Especially after a concussion, constant falling, or even one fall or running into walls. The ADHD brain is more at risk; you do not have the resources to get back on track and heal.

If you or your child have ADHD and suffer from procrastination, overwhelm, perfectionism, anxiety, sleep issues, digestive issues, memory issues, or learning disabilities, this webinar is a must attend.

Join me for 1 hour on

April 10, 11 and 12, 1 pm MST.

Day 1 – How to Stop Procrastinating

3 strategies to stop procrastination. I will share my strategies to get things done and start to thrive.

For VIP members, we will stay on after the hour session and you will have a chance to work directly with me. On day 1, I will do a mindset reset mediation.

Accountability is critical for people with ADHD. So let me be your ‘Get Things Did’, coach. VIP members get the recordings so you can watch or rewatch them anytime.

Day 2 – How to Go from Perfection to Action

Waiting until things are perfect means it will never happen. Accessing all parts of your brain to create ease in your life and to move through perfectionism to taking action.

Be prepared to share your story; I can help you overcome that mental block.

Learn 3 tips and tools to reduce anxiety.


Day 3 – How to Stop Performance Anxiety

Learn 5 additional strategies to go from anxiety to organization.

    • Start to say no
    • Stop overscheduling
    • Be on time
    • Finish projects
    • Cleaning your house

The challenge begins

April 10, 11 and 12 at 1 pm MST.

Be ready to change and start a life of ease while staying present.

Scale up and get VIP for 47 dollars

1. Get recordings
2. Have the opportunity to work with me live on the webinar
3. Giveaways
4. Recordings from medical doctors on ADHD
5. Join the Facebook group Brain Nutrition Support for the ADHD Parent | Facebook

Now is the time to stop procrastination.
It starts with one click.