Cameron Gott, PCC
In 2003 a seminal ADHD learning moment occurred when I realized my greatest challenge. I had a new awareness – that I did not complete things. Not only did I not complete tasks and projects, I did not complete conversations or even thoughts! I would map out a destination and start down a path, and before getting to any meaningful completion point I would jump to a new path lured by the excitement of a new idea or initiative.
Nearly ten years after my initial diagnosis I was realizing the true impact of ADHD, and it was inhibiting my ability to make a rich and fulfilling life. Instead of shying away from this dilemma around completion, I leaned in and became an expert in all areas related to effective completion. I learned about ADHD, first and foremost. I also dug into all areas related to creating positive and sustained change. I developed coaching models related to change and wrote an ebook on positive accountability practices.
Today I present, coach, train, and collaborate on a number of topics near and dear to my heart.
Get in touch with me here: Cameron Gott, PCC
I always knew that there was something different about me that made it harder to do the things that matter. I knew that I wanted more out of my career and my life but my attempts at creating change all fell flat. Discovering that I have an ADHD brain in 2015 was the first step in creating the type of sustained change that I was seeking. The next and most impact step in my journey was partnering with Cam as my ADHD coach to embark on my own journey of change and creating a life that fits.
My experience as a professional organizer working with ADHD clients taught me that the biggest challenge that ADHD adults experience is not disorganization itself, but creating and sustaining change. My experience of working with and being mentored by an excellent ADHD coach showed me that coaching is one of the most powerful tools available for ADHD people.
Today I present, coach, collaborate, and podcast on creating and sustaining meaningful change as an adult with ADHD.
Get in touch with me here: Shelly Collins, ADHD + Success Coach