ADHD reWired
107 | Attention Engagement and Completion with Cameron Gott

ADHD reWired Episode 107

Title:  Awareness Engagement Completion with Cameron Gott

Guest: Cameron Gott


Cameron Gott is the co-developer and senior trainer of the Coach Approach for Organizers™ program. An ADHD coach, Cameron works with professionals who want to match action with intention and take their game to the next level. Besides coaching adults with ADHD, Cam mentors ADHD coaches-in-training and writes about a variety of ADHD work topics at his Global Creative blog . He is the chief architect of The AEC Model utilized in our advanced ADHD coach training course.  With a background in education, Cam took his first coaching training in 1998 and subsequently received training and certification through the demanding program at The Coaches Training Institute™.


Cameron’s Story

  • After being Diagnosed with ADHD Cameron discovered that articulating ADHD is a critical step in ADHD Awareness
  • Half of the people in the world do not think about thinking
  • Cameron was diagnosed with ADHD at the age of 28 while working as a teacher at a Quaker School
  • Cameron was a “Gentle Giant” when he was a student and did not cause problems and was therefore overlooked as being a person who needed help
  • Cameron realized he was ADHD during a presentation at a retreat he was hosting in his own home
  • Cameron goes speaks about what the Quakers believe, how they live and what his job at school entailed. He further discusses the difficulties is ADHD presented him.
  • One of the biggest challenges ADHD presents for Cameron is writing.
  • Cameron struggled in College and took calculus 7 times.
  • Worried his ADHD would prevent him from graduating he hired a coach, without whom he never thought he would graduate.
  • Cameron struggled as an ADHD coach in the beginning



  • Awareness Engagement Completion
  • AEC is a theory developed by Cameron and Denslow Brown aka The Organizer Coach
  • In order to complete a task, you have to engage a task
  • “The problem is not usually the engine, it’s the gearbox” ADHD people spend too much time revving our engines while in neutral.
  • Cameron helps his ADHD clients to discover the tasks they need to do and the ones they can simply shed.
  • People are either too far into awareness and do not achieve completion or they are trying so hard to complete a task that they simply are not aware.




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