241: Mastermind Session: Morning Routines – Diana in the Hot Seat 1 of 4

This episode is part of a four-episode series of mastermind session.  This week, Diana will sit in the hot seat, and we are joined by Natalie, Dan, and Sandra.  The morning routine on non-urgent days is what has Diana hung up right now. Throughout this conversation, you will hear us offer suggestions, tips, techniques, and strategies to help her make these mornings productive.  If you find it difficult to get started in the mornings, you should have plenty of things to try after listening to this episode.

240: Dear ADHD – Special Episode

Since this is ADHD Awareness Month, I invited members of our alumni membership community to write another letter to their ADHD.  What you will hear on this episode is some of those members reading their “Dear ADHD” letters. 

239: September Live Q & A

This episode is the recording of September’s live Q&A.  The questions answered in this episode were submitted by listeners of this podcast, both ahead of time and live.  Brendan Mahan once again joins me on this Q&A. This month, our conversation keeps looping back around to play and planning.

238: A Mixed Marriage, Alex and Alison

I have two guests joining me in the studio for this episode. Alex is a proud husband of eight years and is a father to two children. Alison joins Alex (her husband) on this episode. They have known each other since 2008, and she is a mental health nurse. In this conversation, you will hear Alex and Alison share how they have navigated the obstacle course that is a marriage or relationship with one person who has ADHD and one person who does not. Alex and Alison discuss their challenges and explain how they resolve conflict.

237: Don’t Dis-My-Ability with Shawn Smith

Shawn Smith joins me on the podcast this week. He is the proud founder and CEO of Don’t dis-my-ability Consultation Services, an innovative, multi-faceted coming specializing in the emerging field of neurodiversity. In this conversation, you will hear Shawn talk about his company and the services he provides. He explains why his company being located in a cooperative creates a constructive environment for his work. Shawn discusses his background, his struggles in school, his diagnosis, and why the entrepreneurial life fits him well.