Kevin J. Roberts

My name is Kevin J. Roberts, and I've made it my focus to transform lives for the better. Whether it's through ADHD or academic support, cyber addiction coaching, public speaking engagements and seminars, or my numerous books and articles, I help my clients unlock their inherent potential to change the world.

Scroll down to learn more about who I am, and what I can do to help you, or someone you know, succeed.

Resources

A Teen Speaks out on ADHD

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This post is written by a 14-year-old young man with ADHD.  In this short piece, he tries to give you a sense of how it feels, and how he tried to compensate.

Do you have ADD or ADHD?  If you have ADHD or ADD, then you probably wouldn’t want to put in the effort to read this.  ADHD is a more progressed and inconvenient form of ADD.  ADHD has both good and bad aspects infused in it.  ADHD o…

No Direction

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See Kevin interviewed by Teen TV News:  Videogame Addiction interview

Every night as I slowly fall off to sleep, dreams fill my head about the life I want.  I think of books I plan to write, ideas to expand my business, and projects I see myself bringing to fruition.  I imagine a reality television show, and hosting my own radio show.  When I wake up, the vision of these grand notions unfor…

Rated-X Box

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See Kevin interviewed by Teen TV News:  Videogame Addiction interview

I still struggle with the insistence by some that violent video games produce violent people. While violent shooters do often have a history of video game addiction, we must be careful when we attempt to apply that association to the general population. However, video gaming addiction remains a serious problem. In my last bl…

Violent Video Games: Not The Problem

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See Kevin interviewed by Teen TV News:  Videogame Addiction interview

We live in a world where information, especially of a highly negative and disturbing variety, inundates and overwhelms us every day.  Most of us struggle to integrate the information, let alone have time to understand and fully process it.  I remember during the Sandy Hook tragedy listening to satellite radio for four or f…