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  • Tuesday, May 18 >> Who is ready for our students to get back to a normal academic and social life?
    ADHD Medication – Safe Storage This post is sponsored by Adlon Therapeutics L.P, a subsidiary of Purdue Pharma L.P. Personal opinions expressed within this post are my own. Who is ready for our students to get back to a normal academic and social life?  The pandemic has brought us closer as a family so much […]
  • Wednesday, March 31 >> Building Trust with Your Teen with ADHD Takes Knowledge, Patience and Structure
    Building Trust with Your Teen with ADHD Takes Knowledge, Patience and Structure This post is sponsored by Adlon Therapeutics L.P., a subsidiary of Purdue Pharma L.P. Personal opinions expressed within this post are my own. Being a parent of a child with ADHD changes the lens of how you look at child-rearing and the responsibilities […]
  • Saturday, March 6 >> Emotional Regulation: Help students manage overwhelm
    Emotional Regulation: Help students manage overwhelm so they can get work done!   (Free download link below) some days can be hard to ‘show” up For the students that I work with “some days” often can turn into “many days”. Today’s focus is on self-management – the ability to control emotions as it relates to academic […]
  • Sunday, February 28 >> Despair to Hope: ADHD Academic Story
    From Despair to Hope In this episode  Academic Coach Michelle Raz shares a story of an ADHD student who came close to failing out of college,   Through grit and hard work, she managed to pull it together and pass her classes.  It is a true story of how one student was on the verge of […]
  • Saturday, February 6 >> Don’t Just Survive ADHD BUT Thrive!
    Thrive More Than Survive Do you ever feel like you need to survive every day? Do you sometimes think of just getting through a day? If you have ADHD, it can be easy to feel this way daily. Putting too much pressure on yourself can cause trouble to organize things, create mistakes, lack focus, unfinished […]
  • Saturday, February 6 >> Career Coaching for Executive Function Skills
    Learn how Coach Raz can work with you to take action in your career and life. Join Our Community! Be a part of our growing community and receive the latest blogs, podcasts and updates from Raz Coaching! Sharing what you WANT to know. JOIN OUR COMMUNITY NOW! You Are Now A Part Of Our Thriving Tribe!
  • Saturday, February 6 >> Bulletproof Your “No” to the Pressure of Sharing ADHD Medication
    Bulletproof Your “No” to the Pressure of Sharing ADHD Medication This post was developed in collaboration with Adlon Therapeutics L.P, a subsidiary of Purdue Pharma L.P. Personal opinions expressed within this post are my own. As a continuation of my mini-series on sharing prescription medication, I will give you some tips on how to say […]

2020 (43)

  • Thursday, November 19 >> Selling or Sharing Your ADHD Meds
    Consequence of Selling or Sharing Your ADHD Meds This is a good time to Get Smart! This post was developed in collaboration with Adlon Therapeutics L.P, a subsidiary of Purdue Pharma L.P. Personal opinions expressed within this post are my own. “Can you hook me up? I have an exam.” College students sometimes refer to […]
  • Wednesday, October 14 >> 3 Tips for the  ADHD Remote Learning Student
    3 Get Focused Advice for the  ADHD Remote Learning Student Learning at home is full of distractions; there is your sister watching the television, your brother playing his online games, and the noise coming from the outside. While focus is an essential factor in remote learning, students with ADHD struggle and find it hard to […]
  • Thursday, October 1 >> 5 Remote Learning Survival Tips
    5 Remote Learning Survival Tips We are in some really challenging times. The way we go about our life is changing minute by minute. Are you finding yourself in new roles? You might have just become a teacher or an academic coach and a home health care provider. Things that you didn’t typically think that […]
  • Wednesday, September 23 >> Sharing ADHD Medications: Should you, or Shouldn’t You?
    Sharing ADHD Medications: Should you, or shouldn’t you? This post was developed in collaboration with Adlon Therapeutics L.P, a subsidiary of Purdue Pharma L.P. Personal opinions expressed within this post are my own. In a world where peer pressure is a big thing, drugs might seem fun, and curiosity is a significant influencer. Where do […]
  • Tuesday, September 8 >> Disrupt Your Career with This Course
    What is Career Exploration Webinar Course about? This Disrupt Your Career Exploration Webinar course concentrates on looking into one’s strength, interests, personality, aptitude and creating strategies to overcome any obstacles related to executive functioning deficits that may keep one from pursuing their dreams in a particular career. How can this class help me? If you […]
  • Tuesday, September 8 >> Dark Side of Remote Learning
    Dark Side of Remote Learning for Students with Disabilities COVID 19 has caused a pandemic that brought a lot of changes to our way of living. One of the most affected areas is education, especially for students with disabilities. The pandemic has resulted in schools shut all across the world and as a result, education […]
  • Monday, September 7 >> COVID-19 and College Challenges
     COVID-19 College Challenges College is a big deal, especially for incoming freshmen. It is the most awaited time for students to finally have their freedom, freedom from home, freedom from their parents’ rules. Entering college is a new era of making friends and opening up themselves to the excitement and fear that goes along with […]
  • Wednesday, August 26 >> Covid and College Challenges
    Covid and College Challenges College time may be fun and exciting.  But it also has a fair share of challenges especially now that Covid-19 has affected everything including education Becoming a college freshman is a big step to young adulthood. It is the most awaited time for students to finally have their freedom, freedom from […]
  • Tuesday, August 18 >> Help! I have ADHD and I can’t work from home
    Help! I have ADHD and I can’t work from home Talk about change, this pandemic has made a huge impact on how the world works, thinks and lives. Working from home has become a part of the new normal. During these challenging and uncertain times, almost all businesses large and small has made a transition […]
  • Thursday, August 13 >> Dark Impact of Remote Learning for Students with Disabilities
    Dark Impact of Remote Learning for Students with Disabilities COVID 19 has caused pandemic that brought a lot of changes to our way of living. One of the most affected areas is education, especially for students with disabilities. The pandemic has resulted in schools shut all across the world and as result, education has changed […]
  • Thursday, July 9 >> Why do ADHD Brains Crave Sugar?
    Why do ADHD Brains Crave Sugar? We have all gone after scrumptious confectionaries and delicious chocolates in childhood! Some, or probably, many of us, have carried the urge to gorge on ‘sugary foodstuffs’ into adulthood too! Apart from warning us about the risk of health issues, doctors do not condemn us for possessing ‘a sweet […]
  • Thursday, July 2 >> Willingness, Desire and Determination Led Me Here
    Willingness, Desire and Determination Led Me Here: Dr. Lisa This is the final part of a 4-part story of one very brave and dedicated TBI survivor. While this story concludes here, I can assure you Lisa is not done.  She has more ambition than I have ever seen in a person. She is your comeback […]
  • Thursday, June 18 >> How One Person Makes An Opportunity Out of Her Problems
      Your Challenges Are The Key To Enhancing Your Career You may think your challenges are the universe testing you for some unimaginable reason, but I know you can draw on them to substantially enhance not only your career but all of your life. I have witnessed this with many of my clients who are […]
  • Thursday, June 18 >> Why I Worked Through Cognitive Struggles after a TBI while earning a Master’s Degree
    Why I Worked Through Cognitive Struggles after a TBI while earning a Master’s Degree A 4-part story of adversity, courage, hope and success for one TBI survivor Lisa had worked through the initial phases of a TBI patient, completed her bachelor’s degree, yet still wondered what she could do to fit in while struggling with […]
  • Thursday, June 11 >> Tips To Make The Most Out of Your Coaching Sessions
    Tips To Make The Most Our of Your Coaching Sessions In this episode Michelle goes over how to make the most out of your coaching sessions. Create a list of things to be ready to talk about with your coach. For more information on Michelle and Raz Coaching visit.  razcoaching.com Join Our Community! Be a […]
  • Sunday, June 7 >> Damaged Spirit, Cognitive Struggles and True Grit
    A Damaged Spirit, Cognitive Struggles and The Determination To Overcome A 4-part story of adversity, courage, hope and success for one TBI survivor   Lisa, with a damaged spirit and facing many cognitive struggles, embraces her disabilities in the midst of healing with the will and determination to overcome her challenges. This is part two […]
  • Friday, May 22 >> How One ADHD College Student Deals With Challenges
    Listen to Ross, a college student with ADHD, talk with Academic and Career Coach Michelle Raz of Raz Coaching about his Challenges with ADHD as a college student. In this episode Ross and Michelle dig deep into his journey through figuring out what works for him to be a successful college student managing ADHD on […]
  • Thursday, May 21 >> Overcome Obstacles Instead of Being Overcome by Them
    Overcome Obstacles Instead of Being Overcome by Them             A  4-part story of adversity, courage, hope and success for one TBI survivor This is one of a four-part series of how one traumatic brain injury (TBI) survivor overcame obstacles to improve her quality of life when appropriate resources seemed out of reach.  These obstacles and […]
  • Thursday, May 14 >> Can ADHD Be Mistaken for Autism?
    Can ADHD be mistaken for Autism? Are some kids dealing with Autism misdiagnosed with ADHD? Yes, absolutely!  There are overlapping conditions between the two.  Read on to read the full comparison by  The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM–5) How are these two disorders similar? Many of the symptoms associated with Autism Spectrum […]
  • Wednesday, May 6 >> Online School Questions Answered
    3 Online School Questions Answered Welcome to the ADHD strategist where we come together to talk about living with ADHD. We are here to discuss the challenges and applying strategies that we face living with the disorder in ourselves or our family and how to stay in control with our lives. I Online schooling can […]
  • Wednesday, May 6 >> 3 Online School Questions Answered
    Welcome to the ADHD strategist where we come together to talk about living with ADHD. We are here to discuss the challenges and applying strategies that we face living with the disorder in ourselves or our family and how to stay in control with our lives. I Online schooling can be great because you can […]
  • Thursday, April 23 >> 10 Myths about choosing a career debunked
    10 Myths Debunked and your Negative Beliefs Many beliefs can limit yourself in pursuing your career or lead you down a career path that is not a good match for you.  It is important to know yourself and the type of career you are considering and the requirements you need to be successful in the […]
  • Tuesday, April 14 >> 5 Motivation Tips For Your Teen At Home
    5 Motivation Tips For Your Teen At Home Motivating your teenager at home is hard even on a good day.  But As we are in the middle of our stay at home orders, it is getting even harder.   In this episode, Michelle shares 5 motivational tips that can get your teen moving in the […]
  • Thursday, April 9 >> How to Create My Online Planner in 6 Steps
    How to Create My Online Planner in 6 Steps I’d like to share with you a tool that I use with many of my clients. It’s an online planner. It’s a great tool if you need help with visual auditory and kinesthetic learning. It helps with motivation time management and just a great visual to […]
  • Wednesday, April 1 >> Academic Online Planner in 6 Steps-simple and effective
    How to Create My Academic Online Planner in 6 Steps This a very simple yet effective tool that I use with many of my clients. This step by step explanation of my online planner will help you identify your goals for each month and week.  You can easily see what is important for you to […]
  • Wednesday, March 25 >> 5 Online School Survival Tips
    5 Online School Survival Tip We are in some really challenging times. The way we go about our life is changing minute by minute. Are you finding yourself in new roles? You might have just become a teacher or an academic coach and a home health care provider. Things that you didn’t typically think that […]
  • Friday, March 20 >> Free Tips on Managing Online Schooling
    Online School help from Expert Academic Coach Michelle Raz
  • Saturday, March 14 >> Coronavirus Pandemic: ADHD Perspective
    Coronavirus Pandemic: ADHD Perspective Can Your ADHD hyper-focus help in the midst of the Coronavirus Pandemic? We really need all the creatives and out of the box thinkers right now. As I went to the grocery store yesterday, I noticed that the shelves were getting empty very quickly. Panic began to set in that I […]
  • Friday, March 13 >> Coronavirus Pandemic & Your ADHD Creativity
    The Coronavirus Pandemic Needs Your ADHD Creativity Calling all creatives and out of the box thinkers! If you are following me and reading this then that is YOU. We are in a time that calls for us to tap into our inner creative energy to navigate through our current world crisis. How do we respond […]
  • Saturday, March 7 >> You Do You and Be A Frootloop
    You Do You! . Embrace all of what makes you unique and go with it. . It is precisely this mentality that will allow you to excel and shine in this very competitive world. . But HOW? It is so hard when my whole life I have been told to act a certain way or […]
  • Friday, March 6 >> Your Career Blueprint
    Your Career Blueprint Begins With Your Passion and Purpose Passion and Purpose is The  Key To Building A Resume And Career Path Live by your purpose and you will create an inner drive and passion to culminate  a life and career path uniquely yours….One that brings out the best version of yourself. Over 50 percent […]
  • Saturday, February 29 >> Your ADHD  Mind Needs This
    Your ADHD  Mind, Body & Soul Needs You To Get Outside! Spring is around the corner and is the perfect time for exploring the great outdoors; camping, swimming, running or any sport that gets you outside.   Make this season the most by using this opportune time to delve into activities that utilize excess energy so […]
  • Thursday, February 27 >> ADHD Genetics: Passing it On
    Can ADHD Be In Our Genetics? The real answer to “What’s going on?” …. “EVERYTHING!!!…. ALL THE TIME.  The Struggle Is Real” #ADHD A client recently asked what causes ADHD. Pointing the finger at bad behavior is common in households raising children.  It is often met with humor and fun as you poke at your […]
  • Wednesday, February 19 >> ADHD Life Coach Addiction & Recovery
    ADHD Life Coach Addiction Recovery Helps Find Your Special It is not true that everyone is special. It is true that everyone was once special and still possesses the ability to recover it.  An ADHD life coach for addiction can help. Addiction is a situation where both mind and body are suffering tremendously. So, it […]
  • Wednesday, February 19 >> For The Mind, Body & Soul: Get Outside!
    Your ADHD  Mind, Body & Soul Needs You To Get Outside! Spring is around the corner and is the perfect time for exploring the great outdoors; camping, swimming, running or any sport that gets you outside.   Make this season the most by using this opportune time to delve into activities that utilize excess energy so […]
  • Wednesday, February 12 >> Disability Accommodations On The Job
    Disability Accommodations Employers Can Implement  Promote Self Advocacy on the job In this episode hear how you can ask for reasonable disability accommodations at your job. Executive Function Challenges are associated with many disabilities.  ADHD is a disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act. It is not asking too much for adjustments to support a […]
  • Monday, February 10 >> Personal Purpose In Your Life: Steps
    Personal Purpose Andrew Carnegie talked about his purpose and goals he set in his life. “I am going to spend the first 40 years of my life creating a fortune and the second 40 years giving it all away.”  He developed the mindset to reach his goals with this statement. Act without purpose, the lifestyle […]
  • Thursday, January 30 >> The Neuro Diverse Employee Podcast
     Neuro Diverse Employee Training   Part II In this episode Michelle continues the conversation topic It is a common trait for neuro-diverse people to be employed in part-time work.  They may have low pay jobs that lead to low disposable income and poor job stability. It is affecting our workplace in a big way. Research shows that […]
  • Wednesday, January 29 >> Disability Accommodations At Work
      Disability Accommodations Employers Can Implement and retain their employees Promote Self Advocacy on the job Executive Function Challenges are associated with many disabilities. ADHD is a disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act. It is not asking too much for adjustments to support a worker’s needs reasonably. Employers can encourage new mentored employees to […]
  • Friday, January 24 >> Create Great Employees: Employers Listen Up!
    How To Create Great Employees:  It is The Invisible Economic Strain In Our Workforce that you can change! In this Episode Listen to Michelle Talk about this topic.  Create great employees:   In a labor market that is at a historic low, businesses are seeing a high rate of turnover and even ghosting in the workplace.  […]
  • Thursday, January 23 >> The Neuro Diverse Employee
    Neuro Diverse Employee Training   Part II It is a common trait for neuro-diverse people to be employed in part-time work.  They may have low pay jobs that lead to low disposable income and poor job stability. It is affecting our workplace in a big way. Research shows that graduates from university are reporting a disabiity […]
  • Thursday, January 16 >> 5 Steps to a New You
    In this episode, Michelle discusses 5 steps to a new you with ways to sustain them throughout the year. The ancestor of every action is a thought. When you struggle with executive function challenges such as ADD, thoughts can be frantic, unbridled and elusive.  You may laugh at people who ask you what your New […]
  • Wednesday, January 8 >> ADHD: The Invisible Economic Strain In Our Workforce that you can change!
    ADHD: The Invisible Economic Strain In Our Workforce that you can change! In a labor market that is at a historic low, businesses are seeing a high rate of turnover and even ghosting in the workplace.  It is a costly trend. Companies are seeing the value in shifting how they train to retain their employees.  […]

2019 (59)

  • Tuesday, December 31 >> Career Talk The One and Only Wilma Fellman
    In this episode,  host Michelle Raz interviews her career coaching colleague and mentor, Wilma Fellman.   Wilma has been a licensed professional counselor for over 30 years, specializing  in ADHD, LD and other life challenges.  Her work has helped many people struggling to find the right career.   She is the author of The other […]
  • Tuesday, December 31 >> Career Talk with Wilma Fellman
    In this episode,  host Michelle Raz interviews her career coaching colleague and mentor, Wilma Fellman.   Wilma has been a licensed professional counselor for over 30 years, specializing  in ADHD, LD and other life challenges.  Her work has helped many people struggling to find the right career.   She is the author of The other […]
  • Sunday, December 29 >> 5 Steps Into a New You for 2020
    5 Steps Into a New You The ancestor of every action is a thought.   —Ralph Waldo Emerson When you struggle with executive function challenges such as ADD, thoughts can be frantic, unbridled and elusive.  Do you laugh at people who ask you what your New Year’s Resolution is each year?    Your response might be that you don’t […]
  • Monday, December 9 >> Best Gift to Give For The Holidays!
    Give the gift of presence this holiday.  It is what makes for lasting memories as the gift that truly keeps giving! Practicing “Mindfulness” as the Key to a Peaceful Holiday Season “The most precious gift we can offer others is our presence. When mindfulness embraces those we love, they will bloom like flowers.“ — Thich […]
  • Wednesday, December 4 >> Presence: Best Gift to Give!
    Give the gift of presence this holiday.  It is what makes for lasting memories as the gift that truly keeps giving! Practicing “Mindfulness” as the Key to a Peaceful Holiday Season “The most precious gift we can offer others is our presence. When mindfulness embraces those we love, they will bloom like flowers.“ — Thich […]
  • Friday, November 22 >> Home For The Holidays!
    Home For The Holidays!   As students get excited for the holidays and receive long academic breaks, it can be a time that adds stress to the family household.   Elementary students are exploding with timeless energy while anticipating the events of the season. High school and college students are planning their off time with friends. […]
  • Thursday, November 14 >> ADHD Makes For Some GOOD Stories!
    In this episode, Michelle shares a very personal and entertaining story of living life with ADHD.  The scenarios that happen can be  stressful and chaotic events but can be fuel for entertainment later on.  This carpool soccer trip has quite a few turns and mishaps anyone  can appreciate.   This is a perfect example how living […]
  • Thursday, November 14 >> Coming Home For The Holidays!
    Coming Home for the Holidays! The holidays are approaching and I am so excited to see my college kids! Well, sort of.   We have gotten used to a routine without them and honestly a much cleaner house. Do you have this kind of conflicted tug on your heartstrings when family comes home from college and […]
  • Thursday, November 7 >> When ADHD Becomes an Excuse
    When ADHD Becomes an Excuse Has this ever happened to you? You are on the phone talking to your spouse and you stop mid-sentence and start to look for your phone to see if you have a text message. You panic while you are still in conversation and say, “ Honey, I can’t find my……?” […]
  • Thursday, November 7 >> Stop Being A Slave To Your ADHD
    Sticking to a routine you know is what you need to succeed can be simply exhausting!   Stop being a slave to your adhd and make each structure you have in place be your shiny object again.   In this episode,  Michelle Raz, ADHD specialist puts a new twist on those old structures put in place  keep […]
  • Friday, November 1 >> ADHD: The Job Search and Procrastination
    Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder plus ambiguity equals stuck.  And stuck equals procrastination, especially in the quest of casting yourself in a career or a job. Think about it. What do you want to be when you grow up? Do you know what are you good at? Is there a perfect  job for you? How do […]
  • Wednesday, October 30 >> ADHD Coaching: My Personal Road
    In this episode, I share with you my own personal road to ADHD coaching.  It has been many years, since I went down the road to research, investigate strategies and find the help my family needed.  It inspired me to launch a career in ADHD coaching over a decade ago. I am still going strong […]
  • Wednesday, October 30 >> My Story My Purpose My Drive
    I want to share with you my personal story of how I became an ADHD coach My daughter is the story behind my story, my purpose and my drive to be an  ADHD coach.  She  was in fifth grade and we had been traveling in South America for four months during the school year. I […]
  • Tuesday, October 22 >> Find a Career Path In Your ADHD Challenges
    Your ADHD Challenges Can Help You Find a Career Path Many of us sense we have strong skills and unique expertise lying right below the surface of our everyday ADHD life, and we’re right.  We just need ways to see our struggles as the key to a fulfilling career rather than limitations to one. In […]
  • Sunday, October 20 >> Is life coaching worth it?
    You understand what life coaching is, and you are undergoing the problems that a life coach can assist you with at the moment. But is life coaching worth it? Is it worth investing your time and money? Studies conducted by the International Coach Federation in 1998 and 2009 points out several ways customers have discovered […]
  • Wednesday, October 16 >> ADHD and Defining your Personal Purpose
    Do you know your personal purpose in life?   With ADHD you often have a focus and drive to gain the knowledge to be an expert in a field, What makes you truly fulfilled in life?  Here we discuss  it and how to make the most of it.  Go to www.razcoaching.com/downloads to get free pdf copies […]
  • Wednesday, October 16 >> What do ADHD Medications Do Anyway?
    What does ADHD medication do? Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or ADHD medications are effective in treating the symptoms of ADHD in the majority of children as well as adults. Medical research shows that medication is the preferred treatment for ADHD. If you are like I was when they were prescribed at first, I blindly gave […]
  • Thursday, October 10 >> What is ADHD Coaching?
    This episode focuses on the  nuts and bolts of what ADHD coaching is all about:  Training, structure of coaching and how it can help to manage the chaos in your life.  For the Download that goes with this episode go to www.razcoaching.com/downloads Join Our Community! Be a part of our growing community and receive the […]
  • Wednesday, October 9 >> Are ADHD Meds Stimulants?
    Are ADHD Meds Stimulants? Yes and No. Not all ADHD medications are stimulants, but the vast majority of prescriptions are for stimulants. So, let’s dig in a bit to understand them. For most people dealing with ADHD, stimulant medications are effective and safe. Just the way reading glasses help our weak eyes focus better, stimulant […]
  • Wednesday, October 2 >> When to use ADHD Non-Stimulant Medication
    ADHD Non-Stimulant Medication Knowledge is power. Information is liberating. –     Kofi Annan When my daughter was diagnosed with ADHD we began a long journey of trying various medications and it was absolutely the most overwhelming experience I have ever had. I compared it to learning a new computer language. Sitting in the ever so busy […]
  • Tuesday, October 1 >> Greta Thunberg: When A Disability is a Super Power Gift
    When Greta Thunberg Boldly confronted the world she said she has tapped into her Super Power gift that being on the spectrum has given her.  ADHD shares some traits of Aspergers such as a lack of inhibition.  It just might help you stand out from the crowd and show your leadership strengths when combined with […]
  • Tuesday, September 24 >> Use Your ADHD Challenges to Enhance Your Career
    Your Challenges Are The Key To Enhancing Your Career When you feel like you’re grinding through your life, faced with challenges that seem to go on and on and you wonder what good could ever come of them.  You may think your challenges are the universe testing you for some unimaginable reason, but I know […]
  • Monday, September 16 >> Absenteeism, Interpersonal Conflict and Transitioning at Work or College
    Special career or academic challenges that someone diagnosed with ADHD might face such as absenteeism, interpersonal conflict and transitioning. For a download of the worksheet that goes with this episode please go HERE Join Our Community! Be a part of our growing community and receive the latest blogs, podcasts and updates from Raz Coaching! Sharing what […]
  • Monday, September 16 >> Organization Tips: 10 Steps to Get Your Space Organized
    Get Some Organization in Your Life How much time do you waste looking for something in your office or room? Have you been late because you just couldn’t find what you needed when you KNOW it is in “THERE” somewhere? How I got my MESSY ADHD Daughter to get organized and clean her room. AND […]
  • Monday, September 16 >> Using Technology to Save Money When You Struggle with ADHD
    In the episode we talk about using technology, your new best friend, to help you save money when you have those impulsive shopping moments associated with ADHD.  Use technology to enhance your life financially.   Find downloads for all of my podcasts at www.razcoaching.com/downloads or follow me on instagram @razcoaching.com Join Our Community! Be a part […]
  • Monday, September 16 >> The ADHD Procrastinator
    ADHD brings a host of struggles and one of them is being a procrastinator:   The end result? STRESS and a lot of REACTIVE Behavior. In this episode we are going to discuss how you can set up yourself for success by being PROACTIVE with key areas of weaknesses. For a download of the worksheet […]
  • Monday, September 16 >> The ADHD Academic Game Plan
    Things you can do to prepare an ADHD student for a successful new academic year. Set Goals for Academic Objective: Get  them to own their year or better yet semester ahead. With ADHD it may be better to start with a semester. What it does: Join Our Community! Be a part of our growing community […]
  • Wednesday, September 11 >> 12 Resources for Career Development and Lifelong Learning
    Benefits of Lifelong Learning Employers always seek the best-qualified candidates, and they often look at how recently you have been trained in a skill. They are also likely to be impressed if you have job-relevant certificates or certifications. If you can show recent certifications, workshops, and newly acquired skills you will assure the prospective employer […]
  • Thursday, September 5 >> Addiction, Recovery and Life Coaching
    Find Your Special with a Life Coach after Addiction It is not true that everyone is special. It is true that everyone was once special and still possesses the ability to recover it. -Chris Jami, Killosophy We put our children in schools so that they get educated and enlightened. Then when they get bad grades […]
  • Wednesday, August 21 >> Hire an Academic & Career Coach and Here is Why
    “You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.” – Dr. Seuss This is easier said than done, I must say…. Hire an ADHD Academic & Career Coach to Help DOES your student seem to have a never ending cycle of distraction upon distraction? […]
  • Wednesday, August 14 >> Craft Your Personal Purpose and Define Your Career Path
    Craft Your Personal Purpose and Define Your Career Path The privilege of a lifetime is to become who you truly are      -Carl Jung Don’t let your ADHD or other challenges keep you back from a life of purpose and a career you love.   Start to define your own personal purpose with this guide […]
  • Tuesday, August 6 >> The Under Used Tactic to Land a Job: Informational Interviewing
    Informational interviewing might just be the best way to get a job and yet it is underused by most job seekers.  Whenever I work with a career development client and we get to the informational interviewing step, I am met with hesitance and  resistance. I get it!  Cold calling is a scary and dreaded way […]
  • Wednesday, July 31 >> Key Qualities Valued by Employers
    Key Qualities Valued by Employers how do you rate yourself ? Being a good employee goes beyond being smart and talented. There are so many qualities employers and human resource managers are constantly on a look out for when recruiting a new employee for their organizations. How do you stack up? As an employee or […]
  • Wednesday, July 24 >> 10 Adult Toys for ADHD Fidgeters!
    If you are an ADHD Fidgeter, check this article out! Something about having a fidget toy in my hand while concentrating on important documents at work really helps me stay focused!   – Michelle Ever wondered why paying attention to what the teacher said was such a task back in school? Did you experience aimless thinking, […]
  • Monday, July 8 >> Flipping The Script On ADHD: Attention Magazine – June 2019
    Your strength in the workplace and dispelling the myths along your path When you have ADHD you’ve probably been told to look for a job that will accommodate your ADHD weaknesses. Over and over, people tell you to become a firefighter, a hairdresser, or join the military. “You’ll do great because these jobs will let […]
  • Thursday, June 20 >> Interview Tactics for Tough Questions: Especially for ADHDers
    Interview Tactics for Tough Questions: especially for ADHDers How do you answer this interview question that is so commonly used? What are your weaknesses? For someone with ADHD this question can seem so clear and easy to answer. In fact, I have had clients tell me that they readily gave the good, bad and ugly […]
  • Thursday, June 13 >> Unleash Your Hidden Talents Through Negative Feedback
    Discover Hidden Strengths In Negative Feedback I have been told that I am bossy and controlling!  Boy did I want to just quit pushing for my goals and hide out after hearing that a few times.  Thankfully, I didn’t or I would not be coaching clients today! Instead, I have embraced my leadership qualities and help people […]
  • Wednesday, June 5 >> Late, Careless & Unreliable? ADHD Problems
    ADHD Problems ADHD impacts every area of a person’s life, affecting their attention, ability to sit still and self-control. It can also affect a person’s job and result in low productivity as well as a strained relationship with employers and colleagues. Here are some challenges that people with ADHD have on an on-going basis that […]
  • Thursday, May 23 >> Quick to the Wick?  ADHD and Emotions
    Anger is an outward expression of frustration that is often linked to ADHD. “This guy was being a complete idiot at work, not doing his job causing us all to fall behind on our project,  so I called him out on it and gave him a piece of my mind.  He deserved it and yet […]
  • Thursday, May 16 >> 5 solutions to STOP Procrastinating and Get Things Done
    Stop procrastinating and get things done. Many adults living with Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) struggle with procrastination, which may have a negative impact on their jobs, health, and even strain personal relationships. Here are several techniques to help manage  procrastination and boost productivity as well as  improve your relationships. 1. Reward in reverse Do something fun […]
  • Wednesday, May 8 >> You Are Fired!
    Tips To Keep From Getting Fired At Work When You Struggle With ADHD At present, over nine million adults who are part of the United States workforce are living with ADHD which is a neurobehavioral condition that manifests in different forms. Many people with ADHD are unable to manage time, stay organized, pay attention, follow […]
  • Thursday, May 2 >> 3 Powerful Questions to Identify Your Strengths
     I cannot see the forest because the trees are in the way! At times we are so bogged down by the details that are in front of us each day that we miss the big picture: Especially when it comes to our own successes and failures. It can skew our perception of ourselves and what we are […]
  • Thursday, April 25 >> 3 Negative to Positive Thought Flips for a Better Career Perspective
    Boosting Your Self-Esteem Will Give You a Fresh Outlook When you’re down on yourself and thinking negatively, it can permeate into your current career, or you might not be landing the job that you want if you’re looking for one. Shift your perspective and change how you feel about your job situation and outlook. Take […]
  • Thursday, April 18 >> Up Cycle Your Old Resume for a New Career Focus
    Career Recycle Your Resume “Use your past to create your future with purpose and intent” – Michelle Raz  Take Action Go search for your resume on your computer, or grab the most recent copy sitting on your desk. Now, sit down, and take a close look at it. You’re not looking at it to revise […]
  • Thursday, April 11 >> 5 Career Advantages You Get By…. Volunteering
    Volunteer Your Way To A Career “What is the essence of life? To serve others and to do good.” – Aristotle Whether you’re an experienced employee seeking a new career, or about to enter the workforce without a clear idea of your ideal profession, you can’t go wrong by volunteering. Seriously… Volunteering may not directly […]
  • Thursday, April 4 >> 7 Interventions for ADHD
    7 Intervention Strategies For Help With Your ADHD ADHD can be the chain holding you back from your success in life. Some nights you lay awake at 3am wondering what more you can do to optimize your success. Surely there are other strategies that can help with ADHD? You’ve been using self-help strategy after self-help […]
  • Thursday, March 28 >> ADHD Keeping You From Landing That Perfect Job?
    Undiagnosed ADHD Could Be Keeping You From Landing Your Dream Career! What if I told you your undiagnosed ADHD stands between you and your perfect job? You’d think I’m crazy, right? ADHD is overused as an excuse. You just haven’t found your ideal job yet; that’s all. Besides, your current job is a nightmare. Who wouldn’t […]
  • Thursday, March 21 >> Sleep on It For a Brighter Day
    Brain Fog, ADHD and Sleep I wish I could sleep… but my ADHD kicks in and well basically, one sheep, two sheep, cow, turtle, duck, Ol McDonald had a farm… “I am having an ADHD Day…” There are some days that you are so productive and you champion through everything like superwoman with laser focus and […]
  • Thursday, March 14 >> #ghosted….How To Take Advantage At Your Job
    #ghosted….How To Take Advantage At Your Job That’s really a thing now! “People who ghost are primarily focused on avoiding their own emotional discomfort and they aren’t thinking about how it makes the other person feel.” – Jennice Vilhauer, Psychology Today Workplace Ghosting Helps You Stand Out 11:00 a.m. and her desk is empty. Usually […]
  • Thursday, March 7 >> For Hire! Educated and Unemployed Millennials
    “I was surprised by how high (unemployment) is for millennials…Unemployment is becoming a youth problem” – Andrew Hanson, research analyst at Georgetown University It’s a day like any other. You get up, pour your first cup of coffee, and hold your breath while you scan through your email. Maybe this is the morning. The one […]
  • Thursday, February 28 >> CBD Oil and ADHD
    Will CBD Oil Help With Your ADHD? Though you’re taking your prescribed medications for ADHD and you feel pretty good most days, you’ve been wondering if there’s something more you can do. As you search online you keep finding people praising cannabidiol (CBD) oil as helpful for their ADHD. You wonder, could there be something […]
  • Thursday, February 21 >> 3 Steps to Your Inner Career Alchemist
    Tap Into Your Inner Career Alchemist “If you want to be successful in this world you have to follow your passion, not a paycheck” – Jen Welter, the NFL’s first female coach You want a career you love, you want to follow your passion, but you don’t even know what it is. How do you […]
  • Thursday, February 14 >> Can’t Find The Right Career Opportunity?
    If Career Opportunities Are Everywhere, Why Can’t I Find Mine? “Find out what you like doing best and get someone to pay you for doing it.” – Katherine Whitehorn You’ve heard it so often, it surfaces in your dreams. “Career opportunities are everywhere!” People you know are landing their dream jobs, seemingly without effort. You want […]
  • Thursday, February 7 >> Discover A Career That Nurtures You In Your Later Years
    Never Too Old to Live your Dream Job Growing old is compulsory. Retirement from work is discretionary. — Anonymous wise person You punched in the numbers on your retirement calculator and discovered you’ll have to work until you’re 75 or risk living out of a shopping cart on the street. Horrified, you picture yourself hunched […]
  • Friday, February 1 >> Let Go of Your Limiting Belief and Get a Career You’ll Love
    How To Let Go Of Limiting Beliefs That Hold You Back From A Career You’ll Love “If you accept a limiting belief, then it will become a truth for you.” ―Louise Hay “When I grow up I’m going to trap myself into a job I hate but feel like I can’t leave.” Said no one […]
  • Tuesday, January 22 >> A Career Crafted from Seeds in Your Life
     Your Life Story Already Contains Seeds Of A CareerYou Will Love  “If you’re not the hero of your talent story, you simply become a player in one you didn’t choose.”—Jay Perry  You’re already the hero of your talent story, even if you don’t yet believe it. The story of your life holds clues to your […]
  • Wednesday, January 16 >> Limiting Beliefs Keeping You from Your Dream Career?
    How Fear Of Failure Keeps Us From Pursuing The Career We Were Meant To Do “Hope and fear cannot occupy the same space. Invite one to stay.” -Maya Angelou When you fear failure, you paralyze yourself into a career that’s not right for you. And a career that is a bad fit permeates into your […]
  • Thursday, January 10 >> When You’re Going Through HELL, Keep Going!
    "If you're going through hell, keep going." -Winston Churchill
  • Friday, January 4 >> Your Ups and Downs in life Create Career Opportunities!
    How To Find A Career That Speaks To Your Passion “Life is struggle.”                         Buddha Everyone goes through ups and downs in life, which I see as something positive. This may make no sense to you. You may wonder if I’m an advocate for suffering! I’m not. But I know that within the challenges you’ve experienced […]

2018 (2)

  • Saturday, December 29 >> ADHD Is it a PROBLEM or OPPORTUNITY?
    Your Challenges Are The Key To Enhancing Your Career   When you feel like you’re grinding through your life, faced with challenges that seem to go on and on and you wonder what good could ever come of them, pay attention to this: “All the adversity I’ve had in my life, all my troubles and […]
  • Wednesday, December 26 >> Transform Life Challenges Into A Perfect Career
    How To Transform Your Life Challenges Into A Perfect Career Most of us perceive the challenges we’ve experienced in our life to be barriers or limitations on our choice of career. For example, if you have a learning disability you may believe you’re not cut out for a career requiring a lot of writing and […]

2017 (4)

  • Saturday, July 1 >> The ultimate goal of ADHD career coaching
    ADHD Career Coaching Finding a Perfect Career Match when you have ADHD The ultimate goal of career coaching is about finding the perfect career match to help you discover your hidden capabilities and talents. Career coaches work with people to help them in seeking to explore career options. This is a good fit for someone […]
  • Thursday, June 22 >> ADHD: Exactly What is a Strength?
    ADHD: Exactly What is a Strength? Here is an interview with ADHD Coach Michelle Raz.    Jeff Copper at Attention Talk Radio asks her some key questions around “What exactly is a strength?  She discusses how you can find you ADHD strength to prepare yourself for a career path that is meant just for you. […]
  • Thursday, June 22 >> ADHD Coach Michelle Raz interviewed on Noomii.com
      ADHD Coach Michelle Raz in this interview by Stephan Wiedner  on Noomii.com   which is a coaching site.  She explains how she works individually with clients.    She discusses her specialized coaching program and you can listen to the interview.  Contact her directly at [email protected] for a free consult.  Or visit www.razcoaching.com/downloads for more free […]
  • Thursday, June 22 >> Career Coaching Webinar with Edge Foundation
    Got ADHD and Struggling with your career path? IT’S NEVER TOO EARLY TO FIND YOUR DREAM CAREER! Wondering how to find the right career for you? Struggling with a college direction? Graduating college and don’t know what’s next? Then this course is especially for YOU! Join Our Community! Be a part of our growing community […]

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