Hey, I’m Annie.
I've got ADHD.
I'm also an Executive & Business Coach, ADHD Champion & Changemaker.
I work with mission-driven, neurodiverse and neurotypical professionals to leverage their unique wiring, step into who they are and thrive.
Who you really are is the one thing you own and the one thing that makes you different.
Work with me to understand your unique wiring, how to do the work that matters most, and create new strategies and habits to achieve the wellbeing and results you want.
Learn how to turn your ADHD into your competitive advantage
Your brilliant brain is uniquely yours. Together we’ll understand how your ADHD plays out for you, identify your strengths and create bespoke support structures and plans to achieve your goals.
Create and take powerful actions to lead and succeed in life and business
Quite simply, you + me = results. Together we’ll understand where you’re at and where you want to go. When you grow, so does your life and business. Are you ready to rise up and take control?
It's incredible to have a biz coach who 1) knows HOW to coach you towards higher performance but also 2) understands how the ADHD brain works. Because the same rules do not apply! Annie understands how ADHD impacts my business growth and can help me quickly identify what's getting in the way of my current goals. She adapts to what is happening inside my business, and to what I need at the time - and it really, really helps me to Get Shit Done! I highly recommend for biz owners and executives with ADHD who have big goals and know that their potential can be realised with the right help!.
Senior Business Analyst, Digital Education & Multimedia Content Creation Specialist
"I’ve literally got reminders in my house. In my office here, by the coffee machine. [Managing ADHD] is about accepting that this is a mercurial condition. It’s going to be up, it’s going to be down. And so I go as far as asking myself questions on these reminder notes: “Annie, where are you at in the [adhd] cycle?” It’s about disrupting the adhd symptoms - and visual disrupters are a really powerful tool for those of us with ADHD."
It was awesome to speak with ADHD podcaster Katy Weber about underachievement, ADHD as a woman GenXer, strategies like self-enquiry and ways to 'disrupt' paralysis and rumination, and the value of the Māori definition of ADHD "Aroreretini".
Here I was, almost 50. That moment of relief. Finally, many of my own challenges made sense.
I’ve been coaching ambitious business owners, leaders and professionals since 2015, but there was always a missing link for me in my own work.
Then, at the age of 49, I received my diagnosis of ADHD. And everything changed.
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