Tampa, FL, November 06, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- DIG Coaching Practice presents Attention Talk Radio with host and attention coach, Jeff Copper, on the topic of ADHD: The Problem with Goal, Objective, and Result-Based Outcomes. The program takes a look at outcomes and the challenges they present to those with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Jeff Copper, founder of DIG Coaching Practice, is one of the world's few attention coaches and helps businesses, individuals, and those with attention deficit disorder (ADD/ADHD) pay attention to the right thing. He obtained his master of business administration (MBA) in finance from the University of South Florida, graduating at the top of his class and working in a start-up while going public. He is also an internationally ranked competitive swimmer, a top sales and marketing professional, a consultant, a successful entrepreneur, and attentive husband and father.
Being diagnosed as a child with dyslexia and a learning disability, Copper spent most of his life finding his obvious solutions that were 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. He is the author of many highly praised programs aimed at helping others find their obvious solutions, as well.
The program will be broadcast Friday, November 12, 2010, at 2:00 p.m. (EST). The public is encouraged to join in the discussion by logging on to www.blogtalkradio.com/attentiontalkradio, or by calling (646) 652-4409 to listen or ask questions.
Attention Talk Radio (ATR) is an Internet-based talk-radio show with a focus on offering insight and insightful thinking to help prepare the mind to solve problems through insight or the sudden comprehension after viewing something in a different light. The live, interactive show streams from the Attention Talk Radio studio page, where visitors will find the show schedule, stream, and archives at www.blogtalkradio.com/attentiontalkradio. The show archives are available to the public via iTunes or the RSS feed located on the studio page.
Blog Talk Radio hosts ATR on its free web-based platform where anyone with a phone or a computer may listen, participate, and interact. Blog Talk Radio has been featured on ABC News, the Washington Post, Portfolio, Talkers Magazine, and TheStreet.com have all featured Blog Talk Radio, which is the Citizens Broadcasting Network.