When One Door Closes, Another Opens
The past 18 months of my Community Education Seminars have meant the world to me; meeting new folks, reconnecting with old friends, and seeing current and former clients learn how to powerfully live with ADHD is priceless. But now it’s time for a new chapter in The Life Empowerment Center (TLEC), so this Thurs., 11/21, is the last meeting, in the format we’ve all become accustomed.
Say hello to my newest “shiny object” - TLEC ‘AL Talks.’ As most of you who know me, my “shiny objects” are often a work in progress, so come to the talk on 11/21 to see what’s in store for 2014.
I don’t want to give too much away (to peak your curiosity), but let’s just say we’ll engage in powerful ten-minute “talks” about how we understand, manage, live with, and find success while living with our own ADHD. If you want to witness ADHD in hyper-drive motion, People’s Pharmacy is the place to be Thursday at 6:30 p.m. We all know how fast ten minutes passes when we’re the person talking, telling our own story, so don’t be late.
The future of “Al Talks” is evolving, and I’d love to have your input into ways we can most effectively reach out to the world with our unique stories. Who knows, you could be on YouTube soon, sharing your funny, outrageous, inspiring stories of ADHD, with others from TLEC.
In closing, the most significant part of my “shiny object” is closely connected to my dear father, Al Ochoa, who passed away in 2011. He could spin a tale like no other, and these ‘Al Talks’ are in memory of him and the impact he had on my life.