Last chance! Don’t wait! Time’s running out!

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Free Coaching

Are you a person who tends to put things off until the last minute?

Have you been thinking about trying a free coaching session but just haven’t gotten around to it?

Now is the time to act!

You have just 4 more days to sign up for a free time management coaching session. The free offer expires this Tuesday, October 15, 2013.  That’s TOMORROW!!!

It’s no wonder you’ve put it off. Students with ADHD struggle with time management every single day – not to mention getting organized, staying focused, and avoiding impulsiveness and procrastination.

We understand! ADHD coaching has been proven in independent studies to effectively help students improve their ability to get organized, manage their time and set attainable goals.

Wouldn’t it be great if you could …?
• Finish a term paper without pulling an all-nighter
• Arrive at work on time, all the time
• Stick to your workout schedule
• Turn on your computer and get to work work instead of getting lost on Facebook or SnapChat

Coaching works because it is student-centered. Coaches don’t tell you what to do. Coaches help you figure out how to reach your goals.

During the free coaching session you’ll have an opportunity to talk to an ADHD coach and see for yourself how she can help you develop time management strategies that work for your life.

You don’t have to be disorganized, procrastinating or time challenged. Try coaching today and get started on a new path toward accomplishing your goals.

Don’t feel like clicking a link? Pick up the phone! 1-888-718-8886

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