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I’m joined on this episode by LeDerick Horne. LeDerick is a poet, leader, speaker, and disability activist. LeDerick was diagnosed with a learning disability in the third-grade. A tireless advocate for people with all disabilities, he uses his gift of the spoken word as a gateway to larger discussions on equal opportunity, pride, and self-determination.
On this episode, you will hear Brendan and me answer a handful of listener questions. You will hear us answer questions on unstructured time, regulating emotions in the workplace, and the transition from high school to college. You’ll also hear a story of a near-fight involving Brendan, and he has the ability to turn that situation into a learning opportunity.
The guest for this episode is Shelley Ann Morris. Shelley is an administrative assistant receptionist who assists people who are blind. She volunteers at CKCU FM and hosts the show Welcome to My World. Shelley is a triathlete who does sprints and Olympic distance triathlons. She was born with significant vision loss. In this conversation, you will hear Shelley talk about being diagnosed at age 44, and she explains how being born with a vision disability gave her the skills and tools to cope with ADHD. Shelley talks about coming out of the “dark days” and how connecting with a coach and counselor, she was able to find success in the workplace and life.
Emily Parks is a productivity consultant and the owner of Organize for Success. She is an Evernote certified consultant and a lover of technology, In this conversation, you will hear Emily share a ton of super helpful tips and strategies. This is a can’t-miss episode if you would like to become more efficient in areas of your life with things like digital clutter, time-blocking, and email. At the end of the episode, you’ll even hear Emily share some tips specific to this holiday time of the year.
I am joined on this episode by Alex Hey. Alex is turning his mess into his message. In this conversation, you will hear Alex share some of his poetry, which is what made Alex stand out to me and invite him onto the podcast. Alex provides us with some of his backstory, which includes a diagnosis about five years ago. Alex also talks about his coaching service, Reset ADHD, and the unique perspective he has.
This episode contains the second part of my discussion with Laurie Peterson. Laurie is the owner and director of Diagnostic Learning Services in Plano, Texas. Laurie and her group assess and diagnose students and adults with ADHD, Dyslexia, and other learning disabilities. Laurie was diagnosed with ADHD in her late 20s.
On this episode, I am joined by Laurie Peterson. Laurie is the owner and director of Diagnostic Learning Services in Plano, Texas. Laurie and her group assess and diagnose students and adults with ADHD, Dyslexia, and other learning disabilities. Laurie was diagnosed with ADHD in her late 20s.
This week, Natalie is sitting in the mastermind hot seat. Natalie has recently experienced some pretty significant life changes. This has allowed her to step back and determine what she wants to do with her life. In this conversation, you will hear us walk through some of these things with Natalie.
About ADHD reWired
ADHD reWired is the show designed for those of us who have really good intentions, but slightly wandering attention.
As a psychotherapist and coach in private practice, Eric Tivers has the unique perspective of being both a clinician who specializes in ADHD and an adult who has it. Eric talks openly about his own ADHD and shares with listeners the strategies he’s learned to be successful as well as the areas that continue to be challenging. Starting with episode 16, Eric begins talking with listeners, coaches and other therapists.