Resources

Coaching Resources

Coaching Self-Test

Download this quick self-test to determine if you might benefit from a coaching partnership.

Books

Invisible Power

(Manning, Charbit, Krot): Insight principles at work. Helping everyone unlock their hidden inner capacity.

Immunity to Change

(Kegan, Lahey): How to overcome immunity to change and unlock the potential in yourself and your organization.

The Art of Possibility

(Zander): Transforming your professional and personal life.

The following resources are largely geared toward coaching clients struggling with ADHD tendencies:

Websites

Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD): The go-to place for support and resources for those affected by ADHD.

ADHD Essentials: This website offers resources and support geared toward families.

ADHD reWired: This website offers resources and support geared toward adults.

How to ADHD: Videos with tips, tricks, and insights into the ADHD brain.

Magazines

ADDitude: From symptom tests to treatments, and blogs to support forums, this magazine offers tremendous support. You can choose to receive it online or in hard copy.

Authors

Dr. Ari Tuckman: Practical information from an ADHD psychologist dedicated to understanding the ADHD brain.

Dr. Thomas E. Brown: Provides a new understanding of ADHD.

Dr. Edward M Hallowell: Envisions how to use a strengths-based approach to tackle ADHD challenges.

Dr. John J. Ratey: Internationally recognized expert in neuropsychiatry.

Dr. Russell Barkley: Dedicated his career to widely disseminating science-based information about ADHD.

Podcasts

ADHD Essentials Podcast: This podcast focuses largely on ADHD challenges for children and families.

ADHD reWired Podcast: This podcast focuses largely on ADHD challenges for adults. Note: Adult language may be used during these podcasts.

YouTube

Cindy Jobs Coaching and Organizing Channel

How to ADHD: Videos that help you understand exactly what ADHD is and how to explain it to others.


Organizing Resources

Organizing Advice

Advice on Spring Organizing from The Seattle Times

www.seattletimes.com/life/lifestyle/spring-cleaning-dos-and-donts-8-tips-from-professionals/

Advice from my blog: blog.organizetosimplify.com/

Reduce/Recycle

Electronics www.ecyclewashington.org 800-732-9253
King County Solid Waste your.kingcounty.gov/solidwaste/index.asp 800-325-6165
Kittitas County Solid Waste www.co.kittitas.wa.us 509-962-7542
Snohomish County Solid Waste www1.co.snohomish.wa.us 425-388-3425
Rubbish Works www.rubbishworks.com

800-501-9324

Earth911

earth911.com 480-889-2650

Donation Centers

Big Brothers/Big Sisters www.bbbsps.org 877-700-2447
Dress for Success www.dressforsuccess.org
Goodwill www.goodwill.org
Habitat for Humanity www.habitat.org
HopeSource www.hopesource.us 509-925-1448
Northwest Center www.nwcenter.org 206-285-9140
Salvation Army www.salvationarmynw.org 800-958-7825
Sight Connection www.sightconnection.org 800-458-4888

St. Vincent de Paul

www.svdpusa.org

Mail/Call Reduction

Catalog Reduction

www.catalogchoice.org
Direct Mail Reduction www.dmachoice.thedma.org 212-768-7277 
x-1888
Do Not Call Registry www.donotcall.gov 888-382-1222
Stop Home Delivery of Yellow Pages www.yellowpagesgoesgreen.org
Pre-Screened Credit Card Offers www.optoutprescreen.com

Computer Only

Inter Connection www.interconnection.org
 

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