Dig Coaching Practice Presents ADHD: The Importance of a “Failing Forward” Degree at the School of Hard Knocks on Attention Talk Radio with Jeff Copper

On Attention Talk Radio, host Jeff Copper, attention coach, expands on the concepts offered in his “Failing Forward at the School of Hard Knocks” article online at digcoaching.com/school.htm. He will explain what he means by a “failing forward” degree, how it differs from scholarly degrees, and will share his insight on why those diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) should understand the nature of the degree and then focus on obtaining it.

Tampa, FL, May 21, 2010 --(PR.com)-- On Attention Talk Radio, sponsored by DIG Coaching Practice, attention coach and show host, Jeff Copper, presents ADHD: The Importance of a “Failing Forward” Degree at the School of Hard Knocks. In this episode of Attention Talk Radio, Jeff discusses the meaning of a “failing forward” degree and explains how that degree differs from scholarly degrees. He will also share his insights as to why it is important for individuals dealing with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADD/ADHD) to understand the nature of the degree and focus on obtaining it. As Jeff explains it, textbooks merely transfer knowledge to help us learn how things work, but the only way we can learn to apply that knowledge is by enrolling in the school of hard knocks. In this episode, Jeff reveals how to graduate from the school of hard knocks with a degree in failing forward. Jeff's article can be found online at digcoaching.com/school.htm.

Jeff Copper is one of the world's few attention coaches. As founder of DIG Coaching Practice, LLC, he helps entrepreneurs, individuals, and those with attention deficit disorder (ADD/ADHD) pay attention to the right thing. Jeff says that, in life, business, or career, nothing works at its highest level if we pay attention to the wrong thing. All the training, education, consulting, or counseling is only as good as the accuracy or quality of what we pay attention to.

Jeff Copper is an internationally ranked competitive swimmer, a top sales and marketing professional, a consultant, successful entrepreneur, and attentive husband and father, He obtained an MBA, graduating at the top of his class, and worked in a start-up while going public. Being diagnosed with dyslexia and a learning disability as a child, Jeff spent most of his life finding his obvious solutions that are not so obvious to others. Throughout his career, he has been driven by dedication, discipline, and desire, achieving accomplishments that rival those of the most successful individuals in America.

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