Tampa, FL, April 10, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- On Attention Talk Radio, produced by DIG Coaching Practice, Jeff Copper, attention coach, hosts a special program for those with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Jeff interviews guests Jan Rogers of Time Timer and Kevin Thomas of Copytalk in a discussion around tactical tools that can help manage time and capture thoughts. Time Timer is a visual timing device that engages those with ADHD and helps them experience the passage of time, enabling them to better manage time. Copytalk is a dictation service that enables the capture of thoughts from anywhere, anytime, with just a phone.
“What I like about Time Timer is how they pay attention to time differently. Time Timer engages you in a way a digital clock, egg timer, sand timer, or a regular clock can’t,” Copper explains. “In my experience as an attention coach, I’ve learned that, when the obvious solution isn’t working, there is a good chance the issue is, you are paying attention to the wrong thing; thus if traditional timing devices are not working, maybe it is time to look at time in a different way.”
Copper also explains he is a long-time subscriber of copytalk.com. “When I need to capture a thought, dictate a letter, have my notes transcribed, or send a reminder to myself, all I do is hit speed dial on my phone and dictate for up to four minutes as often as I need to. It has really helped me manage my business.”
The program is scheduled for Friday April 15, 2011, at 2 pm ET on Attention Talk Radio (ATR), a weekly live, interactive, Internet talk-radio show. The public is encouraged to participate by calling 646-652-4409 to listen or ask questions.
The show schedule, stream, and archives are available at www.attentiontalkradio.com immediately following the show. Listeners can also subscribe to the archives via the RSS feed located on the host page or on iTunes. Attention Talk Radio focuses on insight and insightful thinking, preparing the mind to solve problems through insight, or the sudden comprehension after viewing something in a different light. The show is hosted on a web-based platform that allows anyone with a phone or a computer to listen, participate, or interact with the show.