Goals, Goals, Goals

At Catholic ADHD coaching we are very aware of the idea of goals As a person with ADHD I have quite the relationship with this word. I have business goals, personal goals and spiritual goals. Of course I find myself mostly concerned with my spiritual goals these days. What I’m finding is that through the eucahrist we are Christ and he is us. Our primary need is to get out of our own way.

Having ADHD allows us to creatively live this truth. Are my goals in tune with the authentic me that is created by God? I use coaching to help me manage the disconnect between my variably firing synapses and my desire to achieve that which I believe is God’s will for me. I pray for direction and clarity when setting my goals. Is this what I want or is this truly part of God’s plan. I use my medication and disorder management to achieve what God wills and to proudly accept how he made me.

At Catholic ADHD Coach we want to work with our clients to consider the spiritual aspect of our lives. We are the spirit as he dwells within us and uses us as we are to do his will. Treatment allows me to focus so that I can be a good steward, (banking fees truly are a waste), and have clarity throughout the day. However, good day or bad he is constantly with me and when I participate in communion I renew through the sacrament the experience of his true presence.

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