ADHD Making Order Out of Chaos w/h Leslie Josel
Leslie has a lot of analog clocks in her house. She has spent many years learning how to become a time management guru, because of her family, clients and life story. She brought “Order Out of Chaos” to life from a very personal mission as her son was diagnosed with ADHD as a young child. She founded the company 15years ago with the goal of providing professional organizing, time management and coaching services; parent and family education, products and resources to families and their children to help them bring order out of chaos to their lives. Leslie is a graduate of the JST Coach Training Program for teens and college students with ADHD and is also a member of ICD and a Golden Circle member of NAPO where she was recently awarded their highest honor-the 2018 Founders’ Award. We get to spend some time together today. Enjoy!
In this episode, Peter and Leslie discuss:
:49- Intro and welcome Leslie! (ref: Order Out Of Chaos, Author: “What’s The Deal With Teens and Time Management”, “Dear Organizing Coach”- a weekly column for ADDitude Magazine, Contributing writer to Family Circle)
1:34- The concept of Chaos
1:55- Talk some about your journey with chaos please?
2:54- A barrier to entry
4:12- Do you think chaos is all forms can be affected by the same types of ‘cures’?
5:20- What are your top three ways to create order out of chaos?
6:44- Where and how to start, to begin
9:58- Awesome! What are some more tips please?
12:00- One thing about time…
14:00- Last thoughts; what are a couple of quick things people can do just to get going?
15:14- Thank you Leslie and thank you for listening!!
15:37- Faster Than Normal Podcast info and credits
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