What we're about

Passionate, disorganized, dreamer, slow to take action, FUN, easily distracted, energetic, sensitive, happy, poor follow-through, love to learn, child-like and positive are possible descriptions of "Fun-motivated" personality types. They may also describe an individual with the "Gift of ADHD/ADD," and one challenged in putting their dream in writing, creating a plan and demonstrating consistent discipline to execute the plan.

ADHD has challenges as everyone does. Our unique challenges make us minority Misfits! Our SuperPowerz are latent but AWESOME!

As ADHDers, we were genetically designed for success.

Make ADHD Work For You!

If you possess any of the above qualities and/or challenges, or simply find it difficult to be consistent and persistent in completing tasks or know what it feels like to give up, quit (or want to), or be told you should give up and quit, JOIN US! If you know someone else who may resonate with any of the above, invite them to attend with you!

"Failure does not exist except when followed by a refusal to learn the lesson. Maximize Your 'Mistakes' by choosing to Learn the Lesson, then activate your ADHD SuperPowerz and Create the Results you desire!" -Derek Sleater Cook

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What Are Your ADHD SuperPowerz? The key to Making ADHD Work for You!

Salt Lake City Public Library

Learning about our ADHD can provide an "Aha," an understanding and even some relief that we're not weird, stupid or crazy (to name a few)! There are some standard recommendations that can help most things in life such as good diet, sleep, exercise, write down/calendar/set alarms for important things/events you want/need to remember. Books, therapy/professional support, asking for assistance are also tools that work or can be helpful for any challenge in life. Some of my favorite "Learning Moments" have come when I discover help and solutions to a common and frequent problem such as PROCRASTINATION disguised as a problem because how we exhibit it, how it is perceived or a combination of both. I have been told that I talk too much for as long as I can remember. Excessive talking by students in a classroom is disruptive and a problem for teachers. If a teacher scolds a student in front of our friends, most students would be so mortified that they would never disrupt again. For a student with ADHD, that sort of repeated scolding and public embarrassment has limited or little effect. Even sending us to the principal's office or asking our parents to meet at school, often does not stop us from talking to others when we are likely to be embarrassed. How big of a problem was this for you in school growing up? Did you ever have a college professor ask you to be quiet or leave the classroom so that others can listen? What if this same lack of learning from the consequences of being embarrassed to help a student excel in learning and achieve the results of the class beyond acing a test but by actually apply the knowledge and not forgetting the material for years or maybe a lifetime?

Eliminate Procrastination in 4 Steps Using ADHD SuperPowerz! Reverse the Curse!

Learning about our ADHD can provide an "Aha," an understanding and even some relief that we're not weird, stupid or crazy (to name a few)! There are some standard recommendations that can help most things in life such as good diet, sleep, exercise, write down/calendar/set alarms for important things/events you want/need to remember. Books, therapy/professional support, asking for assistance are also tools that work or can be helpful for any challenge in life. Some of my favorite "Learning Moments" have come when I discover help and solutions to a common and frequent problem such as PROCRASTINATION disguised as a problem because how we exhibit it, how it is perceived or a combination of both. I have been told that I talk too much for as long as I can remember. Excessive talking by students in a classroom is disruptive and a problem for teachers. If a teacher scolds a student in front of our friends, most students would be so mortified that they would never disrupt again. For a student with ADHD, that sort of repeated scolding and public embarrassment has limited or little effect. Even sending us to the principal's office or asking our parents to meet at school, often does not stop us from talking to others when we are likely to be embarrassed. How big of a problem was this for you in school growing up? Did you ever have a college professor ask you to be quiet or leave the classroom so that others can listen? What if this same lack of learning from the consequences of being embarrassed to help a student excel in learning and achieve the results of the class beyond acing a test but by actually apply the knowledge and not forgetting the material for years or maybe a lifetime?

Eliminate Procrastination in 4 Steps Using ADHD SuperPowerz! Reverse the Curse!

Learning about our ADHD can provide an "Aha," an understanding and even some relief that we're not weird, stupid or crazy (to name a few)! There are some standard recommendations that can help most things in life such as good diet, sleep, exercise, write down/calendar/set alarms for important things/events you want/need to remember. Books, therapy/professional support, asking for assistance are also tools that work or can be helpful for any challenge in life. Some of my favorite "Learning Moments" have come when I discover help and solutions to a common and frequent problem such as PROCRASTINATION disguised as a problem because how we exhibit it, how it is perceived or a combination of both. I have been told that I talk too much for as long as I can remember. Excessive talking by students in a classroom is disruptive and a problem for teachers. If a teacher scolds a student in front of our friends, most students would be so mortified that they would never disrupt again. For a student with ADHD, that sort of repeated scolding and public embarrassment has limited or little effect. Even sending us to the principal's office or asking our parents to meet at school, often does not stop us from talking to others when we are likely to be embarrassed. How big of a problem was this for you in school growing up? Did you ever have a college professor ask you to be quiet or leave the classroom so that others can listen? What if this same lack of learning from the consequences of being embarrassed to help a student excel in learning and achieve the results of the class beyond acing a test but by actually apply the knowledge and not forgetting the material for years or maybe a lifetime?

Eliminate Procrastination in 4 Steps Using ADHD SuperPowerz! Reverse the Curse!

Learning about our ADHD can provide an "Aha," an understanding and even some relief that we're not weird, stupid or crazy (to name a few)! There are some standard recommendations that can help most things in life such as good diet, sleep, exercise, write down/calendar/set alarms for important things/events you want/need to remember. Books, therapy/professional support, asking for assistance are also tools that work or can be helpful for any challenge in life. Some of my favorite "Learning Moments" have come when I discover help and solutions to a common and frequent problem such as PROCRASTINATION disguised as a problem because how we exhibit it, how it is perceived or a combination of both. I have been told that I talk too much for as long as I can remember. Excessive talking by students in a classroom is disruptive and a problem for teachers. If a teacher scolds a student in front of our friends, most students would be so mortified that they would never disrupt again. For a student with ADHD, that sort of repeated scolding and public embarrassment has limited or little effect. Even sending us to the principal's office or asking our parents to meet at school, often does not stop us from talking to others when we are likely to be embarrassed. How big of a problem was this for you in school growing up? Did you ever have a college professor ask you to be quiet or leave the classroom so that others can listen? What if this same lack of learning from the consequences of being embarrassed to help a student excel in learning and achieve the results of the class beyond acing a test but by actually apply the knowledge and not forgetting the material for years or maybe a lifetime?

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