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Dr Billi Bittan

Encino, CA, US
Dr. Billi Bittan works hands-on with entrepreneurs, executives, teams, educators, families, couples, and children to attain success across various areas in their lives. Dr. Billi is a certified Co-Active Coach, Neuro-Cognitive Behavioral Therapist, and Expressive Arts Therapist with over 35 years of professional experience. She has a Ph.D.in Education, an M.A. in Expressive Arts Therapy and a B.A. in Teaching and Physical Education. She specializes in innovative coaching and therapy interventions success and has a specialty in supporting entrepreneurs and other professionals living with health related challenges, ADHD, Aspergers Syndrome, and various learning and behavioral disabilities and memory disorders. She is committed to a higher quality of life for all people and developed the Leverage ADHD System (TM) to empower others to transform their ADHD challenges into useful assets. With Dr. Billi, you will develop a workflow that's personally tailored to suit your needs and you will quickly discover that all your dreams are within reach. You will learn how to: - Communicate more effectively - Feel more motivated, confident & inspired - Stop procrastinating - Get & Stay organized - Manage time efficiently - Set & Achieve SMART goals - And Much More Perform at your peak potential and Achieve the success you want and deserve! Dr. Billis unique system uses: Expressive arts therapy + Co-Active Caching + Individualized strategies + Practical tools, tailored to your lifestyle. Dr. Billi is licensed in Mediation Conflict Resolution and Pedagogical Academic Management. She has lectured internationally, produced numerous events, coordinated conferences, and been a frequent guest on local radio shows. Dr. Billi is a professional member of ICF, ACO, and ADDA. She is the co-author of the best seller books Mastering the Art of Success with Jack Canfield, Roadmap to Success with Deepak Chopra, 365 ways to succeed with ADHD, and numerous other books.


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One Gas Burner at a Time

To people living with ADHD, doing ‘just one thing at a time’ may not seem like a luxury or wasteful, it may simply seem like an impossibility. Focusing and working on many tasks at once may seem like it’s the way it should/must be– a characteristic that’s intrinsic to your being. But it’s not.