- If you have ADHD, then you may feel that managing money is both vexing and daunting. Maybe you’re subject to the ADHD tax more often than you’d like to admit, or that money issues are a major source of conflict in your relationships.
- In this four-week workshop series, ADHD friendly practices to better manage money will be identified and individualized.
- Led by an instructor who lives with ADHD, is the founder of Rena-Fi, and coaches entrepreneurs on this subject, you won’t want to miss this workshop.
- This workshop is designed to help you work through money management issues and other frequent ADHD exacerbated issues that may have you stalled.
- Participants can expect to learn:
- How underlying habits and routines affect money management
- Strategies to curb impulsivity and other maladaptive coping skills
- How to act in your long term best interest while still getting what you want in the short term
- ADHD friendly budgeting
- How your money decisions impact your relationships
Richard Webster’s nearly four decades navigating the sometimes choppy waters of being a real estate entrepreneur have brought him a wealth of knowledge that his role as Rena-Fi’s CEO now makes available to those who come into his orbit.
Over the course of his career, he grew to understand that making a living must be values-driven and that how we handle business and money has its roots in our often-subconscious feelings and drives. It’s critical to know the nuts-and-bolts of handling money and working a business, but without the context of one’s values, and without some awareness of the emotional bases of behaviors, success can be elusive.
Rick’s expertise in real estate and entrepreneurship derives from his varied career not just as a real estate broker successfully helping close to 2000 people buy and sell their homes, but also from broader engagements, such as owning and running mortgage brokerages, renovating and managing rental properties, and working with foreclosure, short sale, and loan modification strategies.
At the core of everything he’s accomplished has been Richard’s deep empathy for and understanding of the people he’s worked with, and his ability to teach. For Richard success has an individual stamp and path. His motto has always been “It’s not just business, it’s personal”.
In his capacity as CEO of Rena-Fi, he is now bringing this perspective, vision, and passion to an area of life he considers foundational—personal money management.