In this episode, Eric is joined by Jonathan Orenberg from the San Francisco Bay area. As the founder of Care Life Services, Jonathan is no stranger to the healthcare field. After graduating from Baldwin Wallace University: Conservatory of Music, he decided to follow in the footsteps of his father – an emergency room physician and medical director – and his mother, a registered nurse. Jonathan went on to become a CNA and certified senior fitness specialist and is also an accomplished Bay-area bass performer who has been in the industry for over 25 years, proud member of Actors’ Equity since 2008, and owner of a private acting studio.
Johnny has shared the stage with such stars as Sutton Foster, Kathleen Marshall, Michael Rafter, and Kate McGarry, while performing at some of the most prestigious theaters in the United States, including the Barnstormers Theatre, Cleveland Play House, Great Lakes Theater Company, 42nd Street Moon Theatre Company, and The Walt Disney Company.
Johnny has learned how to harness his ADHD and dyslexia-superpowers into fuel for his entrepreneurial spirit and mindfulness in the toll that hyperfocus can take on family life in the battle of business goals and personal values. Johnny is also an Alum of ADHD reWired’s Coaching & Accountability Groups!
Connect with Johnny:
- Instagram: @thejonathanlakin
- Website: https://www.thejonathanlakin.com
Discover the ADHD reWired Podcast Family:
- adhdessentials.com with Brendan Mahan
- hackingyouradhd.com with Will Curb
- adhddiversified.ca with MJ Siemens
1 thought on “427 | Maybe This Time: A Musical About Living with ADHD and Dyslexia with Jonathan Orenberg”
Hey Jonathon – so great to hear you and Eric chatting and huge congratulations on the one man show – amaxing that was a seed in our ARC… well I think it was. Great pod Gentlemen!