Permission To Proceed

Only you can give yourself permission to take the first step toward a life of passion, purpose and possibility. In his debut book, Master Certified Coach, MCC, David Giwerc, president and founder of the ADD Coach Academy, shows readers how to understand, embrace and successfully manage ADHD. David’s unique and easy-to-follow approach helps readers pull back the curtain of ignorance that surrounds ADHD, illuminating a clear path forward.

Permission to Proceed: Creating a Life of Passion, Purpose and Possibility for Adults with ADHD details David’s proven method for regaining control of one’s life at home, at work and in the community. Through inspiring stories from his own life —David was diagnosed with ADHD at age 38 — and practical tools created over years of research and education, David shows readers how to:

• Recognize your unique brain wiring
• Define your own “brand” of ADHD, maximizing strengths and minimizing weaknesses
• Rediscover inspiration and motivation to pursue your passions
• Cultivate “habits of the heart” to achieve your life’s purpose

With hands-on exercises and visual models, this book is a must-read for people with ADHD and those who support them — friends, family, partners, co-workers and coaches. Give yourself permission to proceed toward a better life today! 

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“Reading this book is like having a master teacher right in the palm of your hand! Adults with ADHD will be inspired to dream once again as David expertly guides them toward creating the meaningful and fulfilling lives they deeply desire.”

—Sari Solden, MS, LMFT
Author of Women with Attention Deficit Disorder and
Journeys through ADDulthood

“In Permission to Proceed, David has provided the ADHD community an opportunity to learn from the master. He teaches the art of compensating for challenges by cultivating the best of what lies inside each individual. That is no easy task. Adults with ADHD have deep-seeded emotional wounds that often leave them feeling inadequate. David touches on each facet of these wounds, encouraging, coaching and cheering his readers to become the optimal version of themselves.”

—Wilma Fellman, M.Ed., LPC

“David Giwerc, a true master practitioner who's been working in the trenches for decades, gives us the precious gift in this book of his hard-earned experience, wisdom, and knowledge. This is the best kind of book: practical, honest, written from life, and filled with truth as well as grace."

— Edward Hallowell, M.D.