By Robin Nordmeyer, Programs Chair.

Our next Case Collaborations with the ACO is scheduled for October 21st, from 12-1 pm Eastern.   We will feature case studies around overwhelm, planning and prioritizing. Participating in ACO Case Collaborations is free as part of your membership with the ACO. Don’t miss out! Register here. Do you have a special case you would like to share?   We will have two cases ready to go and will open the opportunity for those attending the call to share their own case during the Wild Card Lightening Round.   To share your case, write a brief description and one or two questions you would like to ask of the group.   You can bring it with you or send to Programs@ADHDCoaches.org. ICF CCEUs have been applied for and we hope to have them ready for you soon!

From Launched to Lucrative Workshop Series. These virtual workshops are designed by our coaches for our coaches to help you with your next business growth initiative. Each workshop lasts 90 minutes and is designed to help you work on your own business as your participate in the workshop. But it doesn’t stop there. One week after the workshop, there will be a follow up tele-call giving you the opportunity to get your questions answered and receive additional support with your next steps. Each workshop is $97 for ACO Members, $127 for Non-ACO Members. ACO will provide Resource Development CCEU’s for the training.

COMING IN OCTOBER 2015!

WomanPresenterHow to Build Your ADHD Coaching Business Through Speaking
By Abigail Wurf, M.Ed., PCC
Online Workshop: October 5th, 2015, from 3 pm – 4:30 pm ET
Q&A Support Call: October 12th, 2015, from 3 pm – 4 pm ET

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Are you waiting for new clients to come to you? Why not go to them? Speaking is one of the best ways to gain expert status, name recognition and new clients. Often one talk will lead to an opportunity to do another talk!

This workshop covers the ABC’s of building your client base through speaking engagements whether to a small local group or as a keynote speaker at a national conference. The workshop will include:

• How to book talks
• How to build your audience
• How to prepare your talk
• How to seed the talk so that your closing remarks lead to getting clients.
• How to follow up and close the deal.

Join me and let’s get moving on building your business through speaking. Don’t forget the following week there will be a Q & A session that will be an opportunity for you to dive deeper into the material and how to implement all you have learned in your individual situation.

AbigailWurfADHD expert Abigail Wurf, M.Ed., PCC, coaches professionals and entrepreneurs affected by ADHD and executive functioning issues to maximize their productivity and financial success. She conducts workshops, webinars, and teleseminars, and is the author of Forget Perfect: How To Succeed in Your Profession and Personal Life Even If You Have ADHD. Her coaching covers such issues as task initiation, focus, working memory, prioritizing, time management, goal setting, emotional regulation, flexibility, and other challenges with which people with ADHD struggle with. Abigail does presentations on ADHD, executive functions, invisible disabilities, time management, managing overwhelm and mindset. Abigail lives in Washington, D.C., where there are abundant distractions for both ADHDers and non-ADHDers alike.

Register Today!

This is going to be a great program and it’s coming up quickly. Register Today! Several others are scheduled for November and December and we will be posting the details very soon on the ACO Programs page of our site.


RobinNordmeyerRobin Nordmeyer serves as chair of the Programs Committee.
Robin has been a Certified Parent to Parent Trainer for CHADD since 2008 and an ADHD Coach since 2011. She served as Special Events Chair for two consecutive years for the ICF Midwest Regional Conference, served as Programs Chair for two consecutive years with her ICF Minnesota Chapter and, with Katherine Jahnke, Co-Chaired the 2014 ACO Conference. Contact her at the ACO at programs@adhdcoaches.org, or privately at livingwellwithadhd.com.