The challenge of being friends with someone who is diagnosed with ADHD is that if you take his or her behavior personally, the relationship may be hard to sustain. What looks stand-offish can be distraction. An ADD adult impulsively makes commitments he may have trouble keeping.
Many people are stopped in pursing their sweet spot by thinking, “How can I take myself seriously if I don’t have any awards or the right degree?” Sometimes it is this one thought that stands between you and the life of your dreams. Read More
This story tells us the power each one of has to give another person a bigger dream. It took zero time for Mr. Fremuth to give me this vision. He never explained to me why he called me Dr. Honos. Those few milliseconds of encouragement created a fantasy that became a reality. Read More
Some people get a vague idea of what they want and they go after it in the easiest, most convenient way possible. What if you got really precise about what you wanted and took the time to create a plan to go after it? Read More
Your Sweet Spot is where your passion meets your purpose. It’s the thing that you love to do that comes easy to you. It’s where your biggest gifts are. Sometimes our biggest gifts are those things that come as easy to us as falling off a log. Read More
Most of us understand that in deciding to stay in a relationship, the most important thing to consider is going to be the Core Essence of a person. The problem is that it can be really hard to figure out what is the Core Essence of a person and what is the Superficial Side and what is the Daily Dose.
When your life breaks down you can either fall apart by holding on to the past or get excited and check out the new direction you are going in. If you can trust that positive forces are at work for you, you can be suddenly awakened to a new dimension of your life direction. Read More
As a parent this summer, you can resist the urge to over-parent. If your child is busy and happy, you can just take a break and meet your own needs. Sometimes parents are worried that certain activities are not brain building or not competitive so they feel the need to be constantly creating structured activities. When you cut out the need for performance demands it makes it easier for you. Read More