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Show Notes

In this episode, Eric is joined by Justine Clay!  Justine, who is a neurotypical mom of a neurodivergent kid, is also a speaker, writer, business coach, and ADHD coach, for creative entrepreneurs and freelancers.  Using her actionable-profitable-by-design framework, Justine helps established creative professionals and business-owners identify and articulate their unique value, position themselves to high-quality while paying clients, and build a fulfilling, efficient, and profitable creative business!  

Find more from Justine!

  • Website :: justineclay.com (click here!)
  • Instagram ::  @justine_clay (click here!)
  • LinkedIn :: https://www.linkedin.com/in/justineclay 

In this episode, you’ll hear tips and discussions about:

  • Helping people articulate what they want among a sea of ideas and different ways of co-collaborating
  • Getting down to what someone needs vs. what they think they need & finding the fundamentals
  • What do you do when you’re procrastinating? / Monetizing your zone of genius and accepting your gifts
  • What is unique about the ADHD entrepreneur vs. a neurotypical entrepreneur?
  • Starting three things as a way to get unstuck and finding the “goldilocks” amount of pressure
  • Creating structure with flexibility and options / “Don’t check your email first thing in the morning.”
  • The importance of understanding your own tendencies / the power of the pause
  •  “So many ‘fires’ are just bright shiny objects that don’t actually need our attention right now.”
  •  “If you don’t run your own attention, someone (or something) else will run it for you.”
  •  Identifying an area of focus / Building on longer term goals and long-term coaching
  •  Who am I, who am I for, and how do I serve them? /  “Be in community with other people who are doing what you’re doing.”
  • The benefits and immense value of having diversity of life, experience, and ideologies within a team
  • Mindset hurdles that show up for ADHD entrepreneurs and addressing negative thoughts and noise in our brains
  • “What are you actually afraid of? What’s the worst that could happen? What is within our power?”
  • Creating a, “You’re Awesome!” folder to mitigate negative messaging
  • Addressing the topic of money with compassion / “Numbers don’t define who you are as a human being.”
  • “A moment spent worrying about money is a moment you’ve stolen from yourself where you could be working on your unique brilliance…”
  • Finding a good financial advisor who will meet you where you’re at, who understands your needs, understands your ADHD, and understands your goals
  • The importance of taking away 3 actionable steps and a deliverable roadmap
  • Systemizing to make things easier so we’re not constantly reinventing the wheel
  • Burnout and dealing with the stressors vs. processing physical stress
  • Benefits of a morning journaling practice, using it as a brain dump, and addressing limiting beliefs
  • How to start a morning journaling practice / Handwriting vs. typing
  • “The things that pay the most dividends can tend to have the hardest onramp.”
  • “Just try harder” doesn’t work / “Why might this help?”

Resources & Honorable Mentions 

  • Article :: How to Find your Zone of Genius (click here)
  • Article :: How to Get Into the Zone of Genius and Unlock Your Highest Potential (on Forbes) (click here)
  • Article: Gay Hendricks and Andy Wang on the Inspired Money Podcast (click here)
  • Website :: Hendricks Institute @ hendricks.com (click here)
  • Website :: Ten Percent Happier @ www.tenpercent.com (click here)
  • Podcast :: Ten Percent Happier @ www.tenpercent.com/podcast (click here)
  • App :: Loom – for video recording and collaboration – at loom.com (click here!)
  • Book :: Burnout: The Secret to Unlocking the Stress Cycle – by Emily (PhD) and Amelia (DMA) Nagoski (at www.burnoutbook.net) (on Goodreads) (Official Website)
  • Book :: The Artist’s Way: A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity – Julia Cameron (official website) (on Goodreads)

Show Notes

In this episode, Eric is joined by Justine Clay!  Justine, who is a neurotypical mom of a neurodivergent kid, is also a speaker, writer, business coach, and ADHD coach, for creative entrepreneurs and freelancers.  Using her actionable-profitable-by-design framework, Justine helps established creative professionals and business-owners identify and articulate their unique value, position themselves to high-quality while paying clients, and build a fulfilling, efficient, and profitable creative business!  

Find more from Justine!

  • Website :: justineclay.com (click here!)
  • Instagram ::  @justine_clay (click here!)
  • LinkedIn :: https://www.linkedin.com/in/justineclay 

In this episode, you’ll hear tips and discussions about:

  • Helping people articulate what they want among a sea of ideas and different ways of co-collaborating
  • Getting down to what someone needs vs. what they think they need & finding the fundamentals
  • What do you do when you’re procrastinating? / Monetizing your zone of genius and accepting your gifts
  • What is unique about the ADHD entrepreneur vs. a neurotypical entrepreneur?
  • Starting three things as a way to get unstuck and finding the “goldilocks” amount of pressure
  • Creating structure with flexibility and options / “Don’t check your email first thing in the morning.”
  • The importance of understanding your own tendencies / the power of the pause
  •  “So many ‘fires’ are just bright shiny objects that don’t actually need our attention right now.”
  •  “If you don’t run your own attention, someone (or something) else will run it for you.”
  •  Identifying an area of focus / Building on longer term goals and long-term coaching
  •  Who am I, who am I for, and how do I serve them? /  “Be in community with other people who are doing what you’re doing.”
  • The benefits and immense value of having diversity of life, experience, and ideologies within a team
  • Mindset hurdles that show up for ADHD entrepreneurs and addressing negative thoughts and noise in our brains
  • “What are you actually afraid of? What’s the worst that could happen? What is within our power?”
  • Creating a, “You’re Awesome!” folder to mitigate negative messaging
  • Addressing the topic of money with compassion / “Numbers don’t define who you are as a human being.”
  • “A moment spent worrying about money is a moment you’ve stolen from yourself where you could be working on your unique brilliance…”
  • Finding a good financial advisor who will meet you where you’re at, who understands your needs, understands your ADHD, and understands your goals
  • The importance of taking away 3 actionable steps and a deliverable roadmap
  • Systemizing to make things easier so we’re not constantly reinventing the wheel
  • Burnout and dealing with the stressors vs. processing physical stress
  • Benefits of a morning journaling practice, using it as a brain dump, and addressing limiting beliefs
  • How to start a morning journaling practice / Handwriting vs. typing
  • “The things that pay the most dividends can tend to have the hardest onramp.”
  • “Just try harder” doesn’t work / “Why might this help?”

Resources & Honorable Mentions 

  • Article :: How to Find your Zone of Genius (click here)
  • Article :: How to Get Into the Zone of Genius and Unlock Your Highest Potential (on Forbes) (click here)
  • Article: Gay Hendricks and Andy Wang on the Inspired Money Podcast (click here)
  • Website :: Hendricks Institute @ hendricks.com (click here)
  • Website :: Ten Percent Happier @ www.tenpercent.com (click here)
  • Podcast :: Ten Percent Happier @ www.tenpercent.com/podcast (click here)
  • App :: Loom – for video recording and collaboration – at loom.com (click here!)
  • Book :: Burnout: The Secret to Unlocking the Stress Cycle – by Emily (PhD) and Amelia (DMA) Nagoski (at www.burnoutbook.net) (on Goodreads) (Official Website)
  • Book :: The Artist’s Way: A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity – Julia Cameron (official website) (on Goodreads)
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