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Coaching Students to Move Forward from Stuck

I am often asked, “What is the trick to motivating teens to engage in the coaching process and move forward to meet their goals?”   There is rarely a simple answer to how to motivate students especially those struggling with ADHD, Executive Dysfunction and Learning Disabilities.  In coach training, we teach our students to look beyond […]

Why I became an ADHD Student Coach

I am often asked how I got into ADHD coaching for students. As I shared my story with a new acquaintance this week, I was reminded of the power of coaching and how it has had a positive impact on individuals and families with ADHD. When I started my ADHD and life coaching business, I […]

ADHD: What’s in a Name?

ADHD: What’s in a Name?

October is ADHD Awareness Month, a time when those of us in the ADHD community reach out to educate the public, share facts not myths and to support individuals and families who are struggling. When I first started coaching, the term used was ADD for Attention Deficit Disorder. The DSM 3 and 4 listed different […]

The Master Coach Experience

The Master Coach Experience

What does it feel like to be coached by a Master Coach? Jodi Sleeper-Triplett holds the distinction of being an ICF Master Certified Coach (MCC). There are fewer than 800 MCC’s worldwide, so training with Jodi means that you are training with one of the best in the world. Master Certified Coaches are evaluated based […]

AHEAD to YOU!

AHEAD to YOU!

We are honored to be a part of the AHEAD to YOU! webinar series available to both AHEAD members and non-members. Jodi Sleeper-Triplett and Christina Fabrey of Green Mountain College will be presenting “Academic Coaching Skills You Can Use Today!” In their recent AHEAD publication, “Becoming Self-Determined: Creating Thoughtful Learners in a Standards-Driven, Admissions-Frenzied Culture”, […]

The Coaching Pause

The Coaching Pause

Pausing is the simplest concept and the hardest to master for new coaches. Effective public speakers end a sentence or phrase with a pause to allow listeners time to absorb their words. When you are nervous, you likely will do the opposite. We tend to speak faster and faster, rushing past the pauses. The pause […]

Impacto del TDAH en hombres, mujeres y familia

Impacto del TDAH en hombres, mujeres y familia

Jodi Sleeper-Triplett is headed back to Mexico for the 13º Congreso Internacional sobre TDAH to speak on the subject “Empoderando al joven con TDAH: un acercamiento al coaching para mejorar la atención y funciones ejecutivas”. The magic of simultaneous translation is a wonderful tool for spreading the power of student success coaching across the globe. […]

5 Ways To Access Your Coach Education

Thinking about becoming a coach?   It’s a big commitment so make sure that you are set up for success.  Many trainees aren’t quite sure what to expect.  Here are 5 recommendations to help you best access your learning. Embrace presence.  Create space for this new endeavor.  Make sure you have the time, energy and passion […]