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Season 2

Dec. 29, 2020

#50: ADHD - Mastering focus in SoloPreneurship

My transition from corporate life to becoming a solopreneur has been one of the most interesting, fulfilling, challenging, and rewarding thing I have taken on.⁠ ⁠ In this episode, ⁠I share the difference between a mindset of ...

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Dec. 21, 2020

#49: ADHD - Wellbeing - Cause & Effect

In this episode, I am addressing wellbeing and recent news about my health. I am going to share with you how I am approaching this news and also will be sharing some tools and prompts. If you are dealing with …

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Dec. 14, 2020

#48: ADHD - How an Athletic Mindset can help with Focus | Guest Dr. S…

Contrary to what is known about ADHD, individuals with ADHD CAN actually focus! When we are interested and have a clear understanding of the tasks and know that it aligns with our goals we can become focused, even hyper-focus...

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Dec. 11, 2020

#47: ADHD Coaching vs. Therapy | Guest Diann Wingert

Adult ADHD diagnosis may feel like a life sentence to some of us but what if we consider it an explanation of our very unique brain neurology. For some, this new piece of information can be a hard pill to …

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Dec. 2, 2020

#46: ADHD - Paying attention to your Mindset Matters | Guest Jeff Cop…

In the past few years, as I've been going through coach training and coaching professionals and entrepreneurs, I have seen a theme around the importance of paying attention to mindset as it relates to their ADHD and how they ...

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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 said than done, and this is a skill that does not come naturally. So how can we sharpen …

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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 starting tasks and even following through. Rick shared so many practical insights and approache...

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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 "should I take meds or not?". I have heard so many different viewpoints of …

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Nov. 3, 2020

#42: ADHD - Managing your fast brain during the pandemic | Guest Pete…

Back in June of 2020, I interviewed Peter Shankman, host of the "Faster than Normal" Podcast and he shared some great insights on how he is managing his fast brain during the pandemic. I like to apologize in advance for …

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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 major cause of so much stress and anxiety for us. In this episode, I wanted to share a few …

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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 Executive Functions and how I relate it to decision making. There are many factors that go into …

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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 with you Sarah's story on how she is able to manage her ADHD …

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Oct. 8, 2020

#38: ADHD and Radical Self Acceptance | Guest Diann Wingert

In this episode, I was so inspired by Diann's story on radical self-acceptance. I thoroughly enjoyed her real talk style, wisdom, and her story to Radical Self Acceptance. One of the common themes that I come across working ...

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Sept. 28, 2020

#37: ADHD and what it means to be different & thrive with Joy | Guest…

In this episode, I talk with Marc Cordon, MPH - Positive Psychology Coach, who shares his story about how he was always different than the rest, from his ethnicity all the way to his brain wiring. He shares how he …

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Sept. 22, 2020

#36: ADHD - Master your State, not your goals

When it comes to goal setting and achieving, I no longer pay attention to it and it has been life-changing. ⁠ ⁠ For me, it is about truly mastering the state of mind that I am to reach my ultimate …

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Sept. 14, 2020

#35: Six perspectives of late In life diagnosis of ADHD

There are the 6 perspectives of late in life diagnosis of ADHD for professionals/entrepreneurs ⠀⁠⠀ My ADHD is:⁠⠀ 1. holding me back from living my life Victim ⁠⠀ 2. best under stress, I don't want to change Resist⁠⠀ ⁠3. it …

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Sept. 10, 2020

#34: ADHD - Managing the inner critic "the Gremlin" in times of trans…

If you ever caught yourself in that place of "should I stay or should I go" when it comes to your professional career or changing business ventures this episode is for you. The inner critic or as I like to …

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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 getting derailed often when I was in corporate life and sometimes it worked out …

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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 really understand what's going on in social settings. Those of us with ADHD brain, that …

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Aug. 11, 2020

Episode #31: Managing your ADHD while running a Business | Guest: JP …

In this episode, I talk to JP Holecka, CEO & founder of a Digital Agency in Vancouver Canada. He shares his story of late in life diagnosed with ADHD while running a successful Digital Agency. Prior to his ADHD diagnosis, …

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Aug. 3, 2020

#30: ADHD Diagnosis and Treatment | Guest: Dr. Rannie Tao

In this episode, I speak with my family physician Dr. R. Tao. W discuss ADHD diagnosis/assessment, especially in adults. I felt it was important that I bring her on my show to give a perspective from a Physician who has …

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July 28, 2020

#29: ADHD and dynamics of meaningful friendships | Co-host: Sherri Ca…

This episode is one honest back and forth between ADHD Coach and my good friend Sherri Cannon, and me. We each have some aha’s and do some existential pandemic pondering. Sherri talks about the hairballs of unresolved stuff i...

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July 21, 2020

#28: Shift in perspective with ADHD Coaching | audio clip of a coachi…

What is ADHD coaching? how does it work? how can someone with ADHD benefit from coaching? These are some of the questions I had when I was diagnosed and I now see it come up often in the ADHD community …

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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 first book that I picked up on ADHD was Driven to Distraction (audiobook) by Dr. Hallowell. This …

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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. InventiveLabs is a research lab and business incubator that helps people with learning differences fi...

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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 workplace. they often want to know if they can be themselves – you know --bring their best …

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June 15, 2020

#24: How to stay calm in times of big emotions | Guest: Dr. Jody Carr…

Get ready for a jam-packed episode full of light bulb moments with, its funny, loud, and extremely informative. Get your note pad ready cause you want to take notes on - Emotional regulation, Trauma, you are wired for hard ti...

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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 Candidates with Dyslexia, ADHD, or Autism With Inclusive Companies That Assess Skills, Experience a...

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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 what she shares is how she went about creating awareness/acceptance of ADHD in her workplace and cr...

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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 with business function leaders to build ADHD literacy, they often want to know how to actually rec...

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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 happiness or fulfillment. If You are at a crossroads to start a new career or business …

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March 20, 2020

#19: Personal Reflection in times of uncertainty

In this episode, I share my personal reflection on what we are facing around the world and how I am showing up in the midst of uncertainty.

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March 9, 2020

#18: Is your Brain wiring holding you back at work? | Guest: Sherri C…

In this episode, I speak with Executive Coach, and Faculty member of ADD Coach Acadamy, Sherri Cannon. She shares how she moved from up the corporate ladder from sales to becoming a leadership development Coach/Facilitator i...

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Feb. 27, 2020

#17: "Feel the fear and do it anyway!" | Guest: Tracy Otsuka

This is one jam-packed episode with the one and only, Tracy Otsuka host & producer of "ADHD for Smart Ass Women" podcast. She shares with me her journey from being a Lawyer to a successful business owner, Realtor, proud mama...

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Feb. 20, 2020

#16: Learn to do "Mindful-Tasking" instead of Multitasking

In this episode, I share a recent personal experience on how multitasking caused me a major personal/professional embracement. It was a great reminder for me to be so mindful of my tasks throughout the day, and ensure I am o...

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Feb. 13, 2020

#15: Heal your Gut, Optimize your Brain | Guest: Jodie Campbell

In this episode, I talk with Jodie Campbell, Nutrition + Digestive Health Coach about the importance of understanding how your Gut can have a direct impact on the brain. Did you know that your gut is considered your secon...

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Feb. 6, 2020

#14: How to transition to your dream career | Guest: Betty Kempa

Most adults with ADHD have experienced the impact of their brain at work. Some have lost jobs, impulsively resigned or never really landed the best fitting career. In this episode, I talk with Certified Career Coach, Betty ...

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Jan. 31, 2020

#13: ADHD Coaches Panel sharing best tips and strategies

In this episode I took a different approach and hosted an ADHD Coaches Panel where we discussed: The reoccurring ADHD challenge that they see in their clients The one ADHD issue that they are working through now One usefu...

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Jan. 20, 2020

#12: The 4 Stages to move past your ADHD Diagnosis

In this episode, I talk about the 4 stages that we go through once we realize we have ADHD. These 4 stages are there for a reason to help us ease into our next phase of transformation. Be it moving …

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Jan. 7, 2020

#11: How to break the pattern of recurring overwhelm so you can move …

In this episode, I share my personal insight on how I broke through a recurring overwhelm that takes over when actually things are going smooth in my life and out of nowhere I feel stuck and not able to move …

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