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Wouldn’t it be great if you could focus on your goals,

follow through on your commitments,

and truly live in your faith?

 Guess what? You totally can. And it will change everything.

 

Your “New” starts NOW

Hiya! My name is Jessica Heimsoth. I’m a follower of Christ, a member of the ADHD tribe, and a bit of a grump before I’ve ingested some form of caffeine.  I’m also a wife, mother, minimalist, health nut, and salsa enthusiast.  Most importantly, I’m a life coach who works with people like you. People who are dealing with ADHD or problems with motivation, productivity, focus, and follow-through.  People who are afraid of losing their jobs, relationships, and faith. People who are starting to give up hope that they could ever feel happiness, change their behavior, or achieve their dreams.

If that’s you, I want to show you that you’re wrong. I want to tell you that – RIGHT NOW – you have everything you need to shift from the habits that keep you treading water to the behaviors and beliefs that can pave the way to freedom. I want to help you transform your life.

Sound too good to be true? It’s not. I know, because I’ve been where you are, trapped in a downward spiral I couldn’t seem to force myself to escape. By the grace of God, I found my way out, and now I’m here to show you how to do the same.

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Who I Help

A fairly lengthy list of some problems I bet you’re dealing with right now.

Disclaimer: I hate turning people away. If you don’t meet the below critera but are highly motivated to solve a problem that is keeping you from moving forward in life, I will work my tail off to help you find a solution. (Never been a huge fan of my tail, anyway. Frightens the children.) That being said, my emphasis and expertise lies in helping Christian adults with ADHD who struggle with the following issues:

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Disorganization – cluttered workspace, personal space, and brain space (the latter of which you sometimes fear you don’t have enough.)
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Lateness – constantly missing appointments, meetings, and committments, regardless of the importance of the event.
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Trouble with “follow-through” – difficulty finishing chores, completing tasks, and wrapping up the thousands of projects you were so excited to start.
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Inability to make or meet goals despite expending an EXHAUSTING amount of effort.
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Poor time management skills and frequent procrastination (though you may exhibit a superhuman ability to get things done at the last possible minute.)
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Frequently distracted, forgetful, and careless with possessions, repeatedly losing things you use daily, like keys and phone.
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Trouble maintaining close relationships due to actions that others consider irresponsible, inconsiderate, selfish, rude, or weird.
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Stimulus-seeking behavior – attraction to overeating, over-drinking, over-spending, engaging in risky or dangerous activities, and anything that will keep your mind in motion.
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Extremely intense emotions, as well as the tendency to do anything and everything to avoid them. Boredom is often a huge problem.
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Difficulty saving money, budgeting, and paying bills.
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Self-doubt, low confidence, strong need for the approval of others, and inability to see and appreciate positive attributes in yourself.
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Chronic underachievement in many areas of life, paired with the conviction that you are not meeting your potential and SHOULD be doing better.

If you witness any of the above difficulties in your life, take heart. You’re not broken, you’re not a failure, and you’re not alone. In fact, you are astonishingly valuable, breathtakingly beautiful, worthy of love and respect, and created with a unique purpose. One of my highest goals is to help you see, understand, and affirm these truths in your life.

The Benefits

If I were you, I’d want to know exactly what hiring a coach was going to do for me. And though the results of our relationship depend on what you want and how much effort you choose to expend, here are just a few examples of what you can gain by working with me:

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Clarity about what you truly want and need

A confident understanding of who you are, what you value, where you’re going, and how to get there. No more spinning your wheels. No more wasted potential.
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Customized Strategies

Reading about ADHD strategies is easy. Tweaking them to fit the unique details of your life? Not so simple. I help my clients apply strategies for change that will actually last.
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Renewed Vitality

Better sleep, weight loss, consistent exercise plan, healthy diet, and connection to community – all are achievable goals that lead to greater health, happiness, and well-being.
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Repaired Relationships

Improved social skills, healthy boundaries, and the ability to give others what they need without draining your energy or giving up essential facets of who you are.
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Improved Job Performance

The ability to communicate more directly, utilize time wisely, finish projects, delegate what you struggle with, and advocate for help when you need it.
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Reduced or even Eliminated Problem Behaviors

Improved organization, fewer missed appointments, greater willpower, reduced impulsive spending, eating, and stimulus-seeking behavior, less clutter, less procrastination, less overwhelm, and less stress.
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Control over your Emotions

The ability to soften anger, weaken fear, relieve guilt and shame, lighten sadness, and reduce boredom, all without need ing to change, escape, or avoid your circumstances.
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Empowerment and Improved Self-Esteem

Acceptance of your flaws, celebration of your gifts, and the ability to engage in the world without hiding who you are.
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Stronger Spiritual Life

An understanding of why you struggle to build a relationship with God and a game plan for building a vibrant faith.
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Your Own "Operator's Manual"

A one-of-a-kind guide documenting your values, decision-making critera, successes, failures, and fall-back strategies. In the future, when you find yourself confused, uncertain, or overwhelmed, you can refer to this book.

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7 Ways ADHD Can Wreck Your Faith

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The Biggest Lie You’ve Ever Believed

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Frequently Asked Questions

What if I don't have the budget for coaching?

Then you’re right where I was when I discovered my ADHD! This is going to sound crazy to you…but the reason you don’t have money to spend on coaching is because of a THOUGHT. I can help you change that. I’ve done it to myself (with the help of my own coach!). If you would like to learn more about this, you can sign up for a Discovery Session and work through a bit of your mental block with me (I promise not to be pushy or sales-y. Pinkie swear.) If you’re not ready to chat with me just now, you can make sure you’re on my email list for fun snippets of information as well as blog updates and freebies. You can also check me out on Facebook and Instagram.

I'm not a Christian and I don't have ADHD. Can I still work with you?

Absolutely. If you like my style and the information that I teach, and if I think we are a good fit, I would be thrilled to be your coach. Private coaching would be ideal for you, but you are also welcome to join my group coaching program and can still get a lot out of it. While most of the information in that program is pitched toward Christians with ADHD, there are plenty of universal lessons that can be applied to almost anyone. 

Last one: What happens if I put a bunch of time and money into working with you, and my life doesn't improve?

Let me first be clear that I am in NO WAY promising to change your life – YOU are the only one that can do that. However, I also want to impress upon you the confidence I have in my abilities to open wide the door of possibility in your life. I strongly believe I can help you.

That being said, not everyone is going to find my methods enlightening. Some of us are simply not going to mesh. If, after working with me, you feel that you gained little or nothing of value, I will refund every penny that you paid me. I will also be glad to refer you to other coaches who may have viewpoints or styles more in line with your own, so that you can keep making progress toward a better life.

My prayer for you is that you seek the truth with abandon,

love without condition,

and live each moment as you were made to live.

For though we live in the world, we do not wage war as the world does.  The weapons we fight with are not the weapons of the world. On the contrary, they have divine power to demolish strongholds. We demolish arguments and every pretension that sets itself up against the knowledge of God, and we

take captive every thought to make it obedient to Christ.

2 Corinthians 10:3-6