LDA York Region April 2nd – Rick Green Keynote Speaker

LDAYR is proud to host it’s 1st Annual Corporate Breakfast and presents

Symptoms of ADHD, Adult ADHD

Keynote speaker


Rick Green!

Rick is the founder of the groundbreaking website TotallyADD.com, as well as the producer of two outstanding documentaries on adult Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD/ADD): ADD & Loving It?! and ADD & Mastering It!

With a gift for blending information and humor, Rick is also well known for his television series History Bites; the alternative fiction literacy series Prisoners of Gravity; the long-running comedy series The Red Green Show; and as part of The Frantics comedy troupe.

April 2, 2019.


Registration @ 7:00am – Breakfast @ 7:30am

Location


Sheraton Parkway Toronto North
600 Highway 7 Richmond Hill, Ontario L4B 1B2 Canada

Pricing


$50 / each seat
$35 / nonprofit rate
To sponsor the event, sponsor a table or purchase tickets please call
(905) 884-7933 ext. 001

Register


http://ldayr.org/breakfast/
Email: [email protected]
(905) 884-7933 ext. 001

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    donsense September 24, 2017 at 1:02 am

    Rick Ive been retired 10 years but even then the ability to talk it out was diminishing rapidly. No one was answering their phones as they were insisting on email. I agree with you that talking saves so much misunderstanding consequently Time but when working on a project it can become impossible.
    Like you, I was tremendously motivated by deadlines. The switch to email and now other communications eg Texting was FRUSTRATING. Perhaps my reputation for running at the mouth (talking too long) and what i called my Quantum leaps of logic (jumping to another unrelated topic) in my conversations was not as helpful to others working with me.

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    danodea October 24, 2017 at 1:51 pm

    Regarding your lessons:
    Communication is a big one; thanks for sharing that with us. For a long time, I tended to emails because I didn’t want to face people; over time, I found that to be counter-productive and face-to-face is more efficient – if somewhat wearing on my co-workers as I was constantly trying to cram as much information as possible into the meeting.
    I love planning – sometimes planning gets in the way of actually doing the project! (In that case, it’s a problem, a form of procrastination.) Planning is a game to me. It shows in my writing too; as I build a world for a given story, it’s not uncommon for me to get bogged down in the worldbuilding and forget to write the story! I write better stories when I “wing it” and then go back to fix the inconsistencies in the world build.
    Something else:
    I had completely forgotten you were in “History Bites.” When I looked that up, I hadn’t realized you had been in The Frantics. I was in college when that group started, and I and my friends thoroughly enjoyed the comedy you created.

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