Sometimes you get the diagnosis of adult ADHD later in life rather than as a child. So, imagine what a surprise it is when you are told you have what you think of as a hyper-little-boy thing, and you’re a woman approaching 50.
Well, it may have initially been a surprise, but it ended up being something that helped explain a lot of things for Agnes Green.
As a successful business woman she would have never guessed she had a neurobiological condition that accounted for the different way she lived her life. As she explains it, everyone wanted her to do things in a way that, although linear, made no sense to her.
Aggie’s Awesome Quote:
Adult ADHD Later in Life
We all experience several transitions as we get older. Empty nesting is one. Becoming a grandparent is another. Creating a second career is still another one not so uncommon today.
My dear friend Agnes has gone off the deep end, taken the plunge, and with wild abandon reinvented her … career!
It’s a pretty big deal. What inspires a high acheiving tech girl to leave corporate security and cross into the funtastic field of coaching? I’ll let her tell you herself and I bet you’ll become a fan just as I am.
Of course, every good coach can be reached via email, so while her AgnesGreenCoaching.com is a work in progress, she’s still accessible at AggieG125@msn.com
Check out her new business page on Facebook, Agnes Green Coaching, or join her and me in the facebook group, See in ADHD.