About Hyperfocused Coaching Systems
Hyperfocused Coaching Systems, LLC was created by Jay Carter.
Our Mission statement:
Our mission is to help as many people as possible achieve success in business and in life.
Most of us are familiar with the concept of the time value of money. The idea is that you invest a little bit over many years at a reasonable rate of interest. Over time because you earn interest on your interest a fairly small investment can become huge. We here at HFC believe the same concept applies in many areas of our lives. If we can find a way (a system) to invest in various aspects of our life, over time, we can reap very large rewards of success. We also believe that if we do not strive to reach our full potential in using the gifts and talents that we’ve been given, we are not honoring our Creator.
- We will be professional.
- We will be consistent- your experience with us will not change from session to session.
- We will return all calls and e-mails promptly within two business hours.
- We will offer only systems that are tried and true.
- We will work on your objectives, not ours.
About our Founder
Jay Carter has spent the last 15 years in various management capacities with the best Fortune 100 company in the world. He has employed his coaching skills in various intrapreneurial endeavors and has been certified as a Lean Six Sigma Coach.
Jay was diagnosed with ADHD at the age of 42 while researching learning issues with his children. This was a life-changing experience. Jay resolved to do whatever he could to help other people who are in the same situation. Jay served for several years as the Chair of the Disability Advisory Committee at his Fortune 100 company. He is the current chair of the MN Business Leadership Network and serves on the corporate advisory board for the US Business Leadership Network.
Jay completed a year of intensive ADHD Coach training at the ADD Coach Academy and has been coaching adults with ADHD for the past five years. He is very active in the ADHD community. In addition to speaking at conferences, on TV, radio shows and podcasts, He serves on the board of the Professional Association of ADHD Coaches and the Workplace Committee for ADDA.
Jay lives with his wife Sheri and their three children, four llamas, 25 chickens, four rabbits, a dog and two cats just outside St Paul MN, in Roberts Wisconsin.
You can connect with Jay on many different social networking platforms.