About Flor Pedrola (Facilitator and speaker)
Since I was young I have always felt a keen interest in people. I especially remember important moments with my elders who have taught me so much. Actually I enjoy sharing with other people, exploring ways of giving meaning to our lives, of discovering their talents and potential, and my own too, as an executive coach, a mother of a child with ADHD and as an adult with ADHD.
I have discovered and learned that many Leadership and Emotional Intelligence tools can be very useful for people living with this disorder and would like to share with you, through my blog, some tips and some practical applications in the world of ADHD.
My VISION is to live in a world where attention deficit, impulsiveness and hyperactivity are accepted and integrated as elements of diversity in society.
Tag Archives: parents
Hi all, Two years ago I published my first post on this blog. Since then I have experienced many changes in my family , and probably you too . While I have been writing , I have discovered some wonderful … Continue reading
Hi all, Today I would like to talk about compassion. Let me start with a question ( I hope that a powerful one… , we saw what that meant in the previous post ) : do we really understand and … Continue reading
Hi all, Already in the middle of the summer. I hope you’re all enjoying it!! I know that for some of you my comment this month on values might take you by surprise. I know that some of you already … Continue reading
Dear friends, We´re almost at the end of the school year. What can I say? For me, it´s been pretty rough. It´s a time when a lot of different feelings, thoughts and emotions come together in my heart and in … Continue reading
We are already in April… I¨m hoping that spring will bring us new energy to continue our journey as parents of our very special children. (I have just returned from a few days rest in the mountains; it gave me … Continue reading
Who hasn’t ever had a time when one rationally decided to be patient? What moved you? I find it very easy to be patient when I understand what is happening in my present moment. I then decide to wait, and … Continue reading