Time management is one of the most difficult things for people with ADHD or ASD (autism spectrum differences) to master. But of course, there’s always a way to get better. Watch and listen as Brian describes a unique way to manage more than time, he’ll teach you how to manage a fulfilling life. Click here […]
It is through our emotions that we experience the richness life has to offer. However, when you live with ADHD or ASD your emotions can become your worst enemy. Listen as Brian explores how your experience of emotions can be managed more effectively for the benefit of yourself as well as the ones you […]
As we gear up for another school year it is critical to create a plan for our student’s progress toward interdependent living instead of training him to be just another regurgitator of facts. Watch and listen as Brian discusses common features of modern schooling that render children helpless instead of empowered and how to avoid them. […]
How do you feel when someone rejects you? How would you like to have a piece of inner armor to protect you from that sting so you don’t feel rejected again? Watch and listen as Brian teaches you a simple strategy for helping make you rejection proof. Click here.
One of the biggest challenges in relationships for those with ADHD or Autism Spectrum conditions, is knowing how to create shared experiences with another person. Look no further for a solution, in this lesson Brian shares three questions that can guide you to create memorable experiences with others. Click here to watch and listen […]
Every expert on parenting will tell you how important it is to praise our children. Especially the children with Autism, ADHD or other challenges. However, in spite of our best intentions, the praise we use to empower our children can lead to increased stress that overloads them. Listen as Brian shares a story about a time this happened to […]
Since we were very young we were told that we needed to be more independent if we were ever going to make it in life, right? Wrong! For those of us with ADHD or Autism Spectrum challenges our best chance of reaching our fullest potential lies in learning how to form strategic partnerships with other […]
Nearly 90% of adults on the autism spectrum are either unemployed or underemployed. The approach to solving this problem has historically focused on job training and educating the business community. One exciting and very viable alternative that is frequently overlooked is self-employment. Listen as Brian interviews Mark L. Olsen. Mark is the single father of […]