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Lisa Boester 

Lisa became the first fully trained ADHD Life Coach in the state of Indiana in 2007.  She learned from the pioneers in ADHD coaching at a time when there were very few doing this unique work.  She is now in good company as the coaching community has grown. 


 As committee chair for the International ADHD Awareness initiative, the need she saw for support on the local level compelled her to facilitate a support group for adults with ADHD for 10 years in Indianapolis. 


With over 30 years of  business experience, from real estate, financial services, advertising & marketing, and as sales manager for a building supply company, her work as a life coach is informed from a diverse background. Her coach education began at Co-active Training Institute, is  a certified career coach for adults with ADHD and  trained with Jodi Sleeper-Triplett of JST Coaching for her work with college students. She serves as a charter coach with the Edge Foundation where she was part of the internationally recognized study of the impact of coaching on college students with ADHD.

She opened her own business in 2007 specializing in helping adults with ADHD and college students understand their challenges better and achieve more fulfillment through better management tools and aligning major life areas with their strengths.

Once called the loudest megaphone in the state of Indiana for ADHD, she is committed to the growth of her clients and invested in coaching as a catalyst for life changing action.

Soon to be a Certified Positive Intelligence Coach, Lisa is currently offering a 7 week Mental Fitness Training. With  breakthroughs in neuroscience, we now know we can grow our mental muscles and reap the rewards of neuroplasticity through brain training and physical exercise.

I work with people who are often:

  • highly sensitive

  • easily frustrated

  • easily overwhelmed

  • misunderstood

  • quiet (except when they are not)

  • creative (expressed or unexpressed)

  • feel shame

  • often smarter than  peers 

  • feel invisible

  • feel unheard

  • often existing in survival mode as it takes most of their energy for their day to day existence

  • wear an invisible mask for fear of rejection 


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