A podcast for people seeking to understand ADHD better, its weaknesses AND strengths, and how to improve their ADHD life. The host shares his experiences as both a recently diagnosed person with ADHD as well as his entry into the world of ADHD coaching.
Deeper into the BS Closet
A theme of some recent coaching calls has been when it's appropriate to force ourselves into doing things our minds just don't understand. I head back into the BS closet to explore the topic and some ways to make BS seem, well, less BS-y. Warning, I actually say the BS word quite a few times.
Is it possible to be both proud of something and ashamed at the same time? Yes!
This week I explore imposter syndrome, podcast length, and how you may be proud of what you feel is the wrong thing. And here you were thinking I was talking about lions that are ashamed of their families.
Go to Hell Guilt Monster
Just back from the ADHD Conference and man I'm tired! After the third attempt at recording this episode I finally succeeded. This week I talk about slipping back into our routines after a vacation, and drop the truth bomb that folks with ADHD can be introverts.
This is also the first episode in which I say the ‘F’ word. You might want to skip it if you’re not a fan of “the cussin’”.
Finding your voice and creating habits - two topics, one episode
This week, two topics crammed into one episode. First off I discuss accidental habits, how habits lead to routines and how they can form without your knowing. Then a discussion about how difficult it can be to find and use your "voice".
ADHD Awareness Month - Asking for What You Need
From my "ADHD Awareness Month" video series on Youtube, I bring you one of this week's best recordings. This week I discuss why it’s so important to ask for what we need and want.
ADHD Awareness Month - The Variability of ADHD
From my "ADHD Awareness Month" video series on Youtube, I bring you one of this week's best recordings. Despite what some may believe, ADHD is quite variable. Different people have different traits, it can change over the course of a lifetime, and its symptoms and severity may vary over days, weeks, and months.
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Extremely useful and engaging
I feel like the host could be parodying me from time to time because he has ADHD so spot on. A lot of his talk boils down to “stop trying to be neurotypical.” I slow myself down to the point of paralysis trying to be neurotypical.
The Tom Nardone Show
As a podcaster I appreciate ppl taking the time to do a good sounding show. This show is well done. The host is sincere and articulate like few others. I listen to very few podcasts but this one makes my A-list.
A very promising new podcast series about ADHD
In this podcast the host delves into troubling topics like like procrastination, low self-esteem, perfectionism, and the endless self-sabotaging cycle of inner negativity to which so many of us ADHDers are prone. He does this while eschewing negativity and keeps it light while providing some much needed encouragement as well as strategies to overcome many of ADHD's hurdles. I'm excited to hear more from someone who struggles with the ailment himself but has also found ways to overcome its difficult symptoms. I think this podcast will help you and me overcome ADHD's many hurdles so we can live happier, more productive lives!