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Letter from Tom

co-founder of ADHD For Life

Hi there!

It can be overwhelming to try and keep up with the daily demands of life, especially when you're dealing with ADHD symptoms. You may have tried To-Do lists, sticky-notes, and books, yet still feel like you're overwhelmed, easily distracted, and leave tasks until the last minute.

You are not alone in this journey.

I know how you feel because I've been there. As the partner of a neuropsychologist, Dr. Claire Sira, who specializes in ADHD (and has lived with ADHD herself), I've seen firsthand the struggles that come with this condition. But I've also seen the incredible progress and transformations that can happen when the right support is in place.

That's why my partner and I created The ADHD Hub - to provide that support.

With The ADHD Hub, you'll have access to curated knowledge spaces, a community of people who truly understand you, and expert guidance from my partner, Dr. Claire. Plus, our weekly planning sessions and coffee chat webinars will give you the tools you need to take control of your ADHD and live your best life.

But it's not just about the resources we provide - it's about the accountability and encouragement you'll receive from our community. We'll be there to cheer you on as you take steps towards reaching your goals and overcoming your challenges.

I know that investing in yourself and your well-being can be difficult, but trust me, it's worth it. The ADHD Hub is an investment in your future and the future you deserve.

Don't let ADHD hold you back any longer. Join us in The ADHD Hub and see the change for yourself.

Tom, co-founder of ADHD For Life

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Best for adults who want to rely on expert psychology and the support of others in a similar situation.



>> 8+ Knowledge spaces

>> Reliability Booster (Weekly Planning Sessions)

>> How ADHD Works videos (by a psychologist)

>> Book Club (suggested reading)

>> Coffee Chats (Exclusive Livestreams with Dr. Claire & Tom)

>> Body Doubling (ask for a time that works for you)

>> 10% off any program***


*** You are eligible for a discount on any coaching program. When you want to take a program, just ask for your special code to receive the discount.

A place to share your ADHD experiences with others like you...
...once you know where you’re coming from, it’s easier to understand where you’re going.

'The ADHD Hub'

The ADHD journey is a lot more manageable when you share it with people who TRULY understand


5-Weeks Of Psychologist-level Coaching (LIVE)
Access to The ADHD Hub (community)
Discounted Ticket for Future Programs
What's Included In Your Ticket
Weekly Planning Sessions For Consistency
9-Units Of Quality Videos and Worksheets
UForward Planner Mailed To You
Enroll For ADHD Coaching from PhD. Psychologist Dr. Claire and Coach Tom with a 15-Minute Personal Call To Start

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My name is Dr. Claire Sira, I’m one of the founders of GID (Getting It Done) and a leading PhD expert in Clinical Neuropsychology...
...specifically brain trauma in relation to executive functioning which includes plenty of peer-reviewed anatomical insights into how your ADHD brain is different to the average person's.

Who Are We?

Growing up I felt ‘I was too much but never enough’, getting top grades at school but always in detention. My work was always to a high standard, yet always stressful and in the perfectionism mindset.

Despite graduating into my dream hospital job, I couldn’t track all the details - truthfully. It was in 2011, at the age of 41, I first received a diagnosis and treatment for ADHD.

This firsthand experience of acknowledging, understanding, then accepting ADHD was life changing.

By working with it from a place of spiritual compassion combined with scientific insight, I permanently upgraded my relationship with myself, the world, my relationships, and my career.

I’ve since helped countless clients overcome the ADHD turbulence in their life and we are all thriving...

...especially in the wake of remote working, to the point I can no longer keep up with the demand from both local patients and fellow medical professionals internationally who want to better serve their own patients.

That’s why I started this coaching program... help those affected by ADHD access accurate information about their symptoms and experiences from anywhere in the world.

It gives me huge pleasure to share the tools which I personally use to thrive with such a wide variety of people.

Hi, I'm Tom Hudock. I’m the other founder of BOYB…

Basically, I’m a pretty creative-minded guy who loves starting projects and working with fun and interesting people. Like many of you, my personal relationships are important, especially with my life partner and son.

I realize a lot of people are in similar positions. They’re wanting to apable and hardworking, but without a supportive, empathetic framework that suits their ADHD traits, they can’t fulfil their potential…

…like many of you, I was never understood by my own family growing up and they were worried I’d achieve nothing because I was constantly jumping around.

So when I met Dr. Claire, our ideas got flowing and we saw the opportunity to combine our personal experiences of medicine, management, and ADHD to help people get out of their own way and add as much value to their own lives as possible, and in turn, the world.

  • Canada’s second Windows-based Point Of Sale system (I basically created and sold a ton of checkout software to U.S. and Canadian retail stores in the 90’s).

  • A software called Gotanga that helped cardiologists share arrhythmia reports with patients.

  • A tourism marketing agency which designed the “West Koot Route” (hit me up if you want to go moose riding).

  • Worked as a top level business consultant for the cities of Seattle, Vancouver, Connecticut, Toronto and Canadian government (I had to negotiate a state level police/council financial problem in 2006).

  • A brick and mortar ‘inquiry middle school’ where kids learned from their own interests (I felt mainstream schools weren’t empowering kids to want to learn).

  • Rethink Thinking Foundation, an educational program endorsed by Sir Ken Robinson that gave hundreds of kids an opportunity to develop their potentially world-changing ideas.

Triangle Learning Model

The psychology behind the layered approach to learning.

Watch and learn about the problem on a scientific level and repeat as often as you like.

Learn quicker by doing. With the worksheets created by Dr. Claire Sira, you get more repetitions in for practicing new skills.

Attend the coaching calls to ask clarifying questions from the experts and soak up the evidence-based nuggets of knowledge.

Getting It Done with ADHD (GID) Group Coaching

We deliver this framework through a 9-unit group coaching program that educates, empowers and holds students positively accountable to improve their understanding of their ADHD, and how to best overcome it in a supportive, safe space free from pressure and judgement…all under the expert guidance of top level, highly experienced specialists who know exactly what you’re going through.

Getting It Done with ADHD distils the problems into 3 main sections - overwhelm, distraction, and procrastination - which are further divided into 3 sub sections.

Over the 9-unit course, we look at why and how ADHD has been affecting your life through this triangle model and spend each week showing you how to incorporate each subsection into your life to proactively manage your boundaries and needs before the resentment takes over.

Schedule a call with an ADHD specialist and speak to someone now

OR [sign up here] if you want to skip the call and secure a spot before someone else takes it.

P.S. ADHD is a complex, confusing syndrome which affects people in uniquely challenging ways, so even if GID isn’t for you, we would still love to advise you (for free) on your best move forward - the good thing is you’ve taken an extremely brave step to get the guidance you need and we respect you massively for it - let’s get you on the right track, whatever that maybe.

Who's It For:

Adults coming to terms with their own ADHD for the first time.

Adults already familiar with ADHD and want to update their toolbox with new frameworks.

College and University Students.

Parents, partners and loved ones with ADHD who want to better understand the condition and how it affects their relationships.

Who It's NOT For:

Those not willing to put in the time and effort to make their relationship better. This isn't for those unwilling to step forward to be curious and self reflective. Change doesn't simply happen from watching inspirational social media posts.

Have any questions?


Do I need skills when I already have medication?

Medication can help improve sustained attention and reduce distractibility for adults with ADHD, but it doesn’t help us figure out what to pay attention to. To improve attention control and executive functioning skills, you need to develop new skills, strategies, and habits.

How do I know this program works?

The techniques and skills taught and coached are based in psychological research by a psychologist who specializes in ADHD and who lives with ADHD. It’s not someone reading a few books on ADHD and wanting to coach people. This is PhD level education interpreted for practical learning by adults.

I don’t know if I have enough time for this. What is the time commitment?

We want you to find this super helpful so we’ve chunked this up into manageable pieces. You can go as fast or slow as you like. The more you put into this, the more you get out of it. If you don’t want to put an hour per week into growing yourself, this course may not be for you.

What if I don't like the program or Claire or Tom?

That's possible. Unlikely, but possible. And if this isn't for you after you start the program and give it a chance for 2 weeks, then with "No-Questions-Asked", you'll get a full refund. And we can still be friends after.