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ADHD & Workplace Episodes

Nov. 27, 2020

#45: ADHD -Benefits of Yoga - mind, body connection | Guest Esther Na…

One of the most effective ways for ADHDers to manage their intense emotions is to pause and pay attention before reacting. Easier…

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Nov. 17, 2020

#44: ADHD - Challenges with starting tasks and completion | Guest Ric…

In May of 2020, I did an IG TV interview with Rick Green - Founder of totallyadd.com on the topic of why ADDers have challenges s…

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Nov. 12, 2020

#43: ADHD and Medication | Guest Dr. Sarah Cheyette

It's one thing to digest and go through the emotions of a late in life diagnosis of Adult ADHD but then comes the big question of…

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Oct. 27, 2020

Episode #41: ADHD - Procrastination (it's not always a bad thing!)

Procrastination is a common theme among ADHDers, it's never-ending and it comes in so many different flavors. I think it's a maj…

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Oct. 19, 2020

#40: ADHD - Make Decisions without analysis paralysis

Decision making can be one of the hardest tasks for adults with ADHD. In this episode, I mention Dr. Brown's of the Impaired Exe…

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Oct. 13, 2020

#39: Managing adult ADHD | Sarah's experience with Coaching

There are a few ways to manage ADHD, and not all of us will use the same methods and systems. In this episode, I wanted to share…

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Sept. 1, 2020

#33 ADHD - How to stay on track when new shiny things come your way

How do you manage to stay on track when the shinny new ideas/projects come knocking on your door? I used to get in the trap of ge…

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Aug. 26, 2020

#32: ADHD & Social Skills - How to read the room, increase your socia…

In this episode, Caroline Maguire, Author of “Why will no one play with me”? talks to us about how to read the room, how to reall…

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July 13, 2020

#27: Your ADHD can be asset by learning more about it | Guest: Dr. Ne…

It was an absolute pleasure to talk to Dr. Ned Hallowell in this special mini-episode. When I got my diagnosis of ADHD, the firs…

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June 30, 2020

#26: Neurodiverse brains can be gamechangers in organizations | Guest…

In this episode, I talk with Rick Fiery who is the co-founder of InventiveLabs which is located in Amesbury, Massachusetts. Inven…

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June 25, 2020

#25: Workarounds to manage ADHD in the workplace. Do they work?

In this episode my co-host Sherri Cannon and I talk about some of the common challenges professionals with ADHD can face in the w…

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June 8, 2020

#23: Neurodiversity Career Platform | Guest: Alex Corner

In this episode I talk to the founder of Alex Corner, Founder of Amforus.com, “The World's First Platform Connecting Talented Can…

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May 21, 2020

#22: How to embrace Neurodiversity in the workplace | Guest: Margaux …

In this episode, my guest Margaux Joffe is sharing the journey of her ADHD diagnosis in her late twenties. More importantly wha…

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May 14, 2020

#21: Character traits of ADHD in the workplace | Co-host - Sherri Can…

**This is an audio recording of a recent Linked-in Video Post** This content is intended for HR and Team Leaders When we work wi…

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April 7, 2020

#20: Finding your passion does not always equal happiness!

In this episode, I talk about why following your passion or that idea that is so inspiring may not always lead to long term happi…

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