What Could You Achieve

If Life Followed Your Terms?

I'm Coach Keith Griffin, ACC, otherwise known as the "Make life simpler" guy, welcome to my website. Whether you take a moment to listen to my podcast, watch my videos on youtube, or become a client, together we can engineer the life you want to live!

How Great Would You Feel?

 

ADHD Coaching

 

Humans gravitate towards problems, complexity and making things more difficult than needed. Living in the neurotypical world as someone with ADHD only makes daily life more complex and can lead to feeling hopeless. What if it was possible for you to step into your potential without complexity, regret from the past, OR fear of the future? How much more successful would you be? How much more connected would you become? How would your future change? You can live the life you desire, and ADHD Coaching can help!

The right blend of science, woo woo and rah rah™ 

I offer Productivity and Executive Function Coaching for all, and specialize in helping those with ADHD. Coaching is a great way to overcome problems of procrastination, hyper focus, perfectionism, self-regulation, time blindness, impulsivity, overwhelm, poor self-esteem, focus, and attention.

 
You can’t outthink your ADHD.
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aDULTS

Coaching helps adults design and live the life they love. Listed below are just a few of the areas we may explore. 

◆ Clutter / Cleanliness
◆ Financial management
◆ Career change
◆ Poor performance at work
◆ Relationship difficulties
◆ Rumination (poor decision making)

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Teens and their families

The only thing that may be harder than being the parent of a teenager with ADHD, is being the child with ADHD. Most people immediately think about behavior problems, and poor grades when they hear the term ADHD. Repeated failures and the social implications of ADHD on a teenager's life and self-esteem can be devastating.

Coaching helps your teen become more socially aware, focus on the things which are important to them, get better grades, and have a better life at home.

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instant coaching

Sometimes you just need a one-time session to work through a specific issue. Instant Coaching is a great way to get the benefits of coaching as you need it, with no commitment. 

Whether you are trying to make an important decision, plan a move, get unstuck on a particular project, or just need to verbally process a recent situation, coaching can help!

With Instant Coaching you have access to more time slots so many times you can book a session the same day. 

It’s time to get out of your brain and into your life!
— Coach Keith Griffin, ACC

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PODCAST

Those with ADHD can feel very isolated as their feelings and opinions about matters are not "main stream". Each episode I focus on something I've experienced as an adult with ADHD. Along the way, I  share tips & tricks for living a great life. 

BLOG

Prefer reading? The blog is a great resource for you to discover new ways to manage your ADHD symptoms, learn about new discoveries in ADHD research, and maybe even discover the key to living the life you love. 

VIDEO

Who has time to listen to a 20 minute podcast, or read blog posts these days? Aside from the video version of the podcasts I post, my videos on Youtube are meant to be quick, bite-sized pieces of information about ADHD that anyone can absorb. 

Giving Back

 
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