Help me celebrate my REALLY BIG DEAL birthday!

I’m turning 60 years old on September 2, so I’ve created a REALLY BIG DEAL surprise for you:

Until the end of September, you will be able to purchase a full, 60-minute coaching session (via Skype or phone) for only $60.00!!

Let me explain…

*These coaching sessions are for parents only, or for parents and the ADHD child/teen. (Yes, I will have some time to talk to your child/teen alone if you schedule at least one session).

*All sessions will be conducted via phone or Skype.

*You can schedule up to 3 sessions at this price! That’s a total of $180 for 3 hours! My usual hourly rate is $100 for this kind of session!! You’re saving 40% on each session you book (I think that’s right… I have a learning disability in math).

*You can choose any date for your coaching session up to October 28 (that gives you 2-1/2 months to get ‘er done).

*The offer expires September 30. That means you need to purchase your sessions by then. Remember, though, you still have through October 28 to actually have the sessions.

See? It’s a REALLY BIG DEAL!

I do hope you’ll participate in this great offer. I love talking to families and I would love to talk with YOUR family.

If you have any questions, just email me at BlockedToBrilliant@yahoo.com

Otherwise, just scroll down to schedule. (Sorry. You have to schedule each one separately. Wish I could change that but I can’t).


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