220 episodes

We believe that success with ADHD is possible... with a little translation. Hosts Cameron Gott and Asher Collins, both ADHD coaches who have plenty of insight to share navigating their own ADHD experiences, discuss how to live more authentically as an adult with ADHD and how to create real, sustained change to achieve greater success. If you are an adult with ADHD who wants more out of their business, career, and life, this is the podcast for you!

Translating ADHD Asher Collins and Cameron Gott

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.9 • 234 Ratings

We believe that success with ADHD is possible... with a little translation. Hosts Cameron Gott and Asher Collins, both ADHD coaches who have plenty of insight to share navigating their own ADHD experiences, discuss how to live more authentically as an adult with ADHD and how to create real, sustained change to achieve greater success. If you are an adult with ADHD who wants more out of their business, career, and life, this is the podcast for you!

    Season 2 Finale: Future Plans

    Season 2 Finale: Future Plans

    In this episode of the Translating ADHD podcast, Ash and Cam reflect on their five-year journey and announce significant changes ahead. Cam shares his future plans, focusing on training and educating ADHD coaches and supporting ADHD adults to have more agency in their lives.

    Ash discusses the upcoming evolution of the podcast. Instead of a permanent co-host, Ash will introduce temporary co-hosts for shorter seasons of 8-12 episodes. This approach aims to bring fresh perspectives and diverse experiences to the show. Ash also expresses excitement about continuing to help listeners understand and articulate their ADHD experiences.

    Both hosts express gratitude for their journey together and excitement for their future endeavors. They invite listeners to stay engaged and follow their individual projects through their respective websites.

    Episode links + resources:

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    Our Process: Understand, Own, Translate.

    About Cam and Asher

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    Episode Transcripts: visit TranslatingADHD.com and click on the episode

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    Visit the Website: TranslatingADHD.com

    • 26 min
    Ash and Cam Reflect on Five Years of Translating ADHD

    Ash and Cam Reflect on Five Years of Translating ADHD

    In this episode of "Translating ADHD," Ash and Cam reflect on their journey over the past five years as they prepare for Cam's departure from the podcast. They discuss how they've grown as individuals, coaches, and podcast hosts, sharing highlights from their 217 episodes. They emphasize the impact of their partnership, noting how their differing perspectives and support for each other have enriched the content and deepened their understanding of ADHD. They talk about the importance of their listeners and community, particularly the value of their Discord channel and group coaching sessions.

    They also reflect on their coaching philosophies, such as the concepts of "understand, own, translate" and "pause, disrupt, pivot," which have resonated with their audience. Cam and Ash express gratitude for the generosity of their clients, whose experiences have significantly contributed to the podcast. They also highlight the accelerated progress of listeners who become clients, noting that their podcast provides a foundational understanding that enhances the coaching process.

    In conclusion, they read a heartfelt email from a listener, showcasing the profound impact their work has had on individuals. Cam and Ash express their commitment to continue their work in new directions, emphasizing their ongoing dedication to helping people understand and navigate ADHD.

    Episode links + resources:

    Join the Community | Become a Patron

    Our Process: Understand, Own, Translate.

    About Cam and Asher

    For more of the Translating ADHD podcast:

    Episode Transcripts: visit TranslatingADHD.com and click on the episode

    Follow us on Twitter: @TranslatingADHD

    Visit the Website: TranslatingADHD.com

    • 30 min
    Cam Says Goodbye to Translating ADHD

    Cam Says Goodbye to Translating ADHD

    In this episode of "Translating ADHD," hosts Ash and Cam announce significant changes for the podcast. Cam shares his decision to leave the show after almost five years and 217 episodes, explaining that he wants to explore new opportunities in the ADHD coaching realm.

    Both hosts reflect on their journey, acknowledging how their combined perspectives have enriched the podcast and their coaching practices. They discuss the challenges of generating new content and the invigorating feeling of exploring new paths. Ash assures listeners that the podcast will continue with him at the helm, though it will undergo changes and might include new perspectives and formats. He commits to having new episodes by January 2025 and invites listener feedback and ideas for future content.

    Cam and Ash emphasize their ongoing commitment to the ADHD community, highlighting their desire to provide accurate information and support. They conclude by expressing gratitude for their journey together and excitement for their individual future endeavors.

    Episode links + resources:

    Join the Community | Become a Patron

    Our Process: Understand, Own, Translate.

    About Cam and Asher

    For more of the Translating ADHD podcast:

    Episode Transcripts: visit TranslatingADHD.com and click on the episode

    Follow us on Twitter: @TranslatingADHD

    Visit the Website: TranslatingADHD.com

    • 20 min
    ADHD, Community and Making Room for Mistakes

    ADHD, Community and Making Room for Mistakes

    In this episode of Translating ADHD, Ash and Cam discuss the importance of community for individuals with ADHD. They emphasize how community provides essential support for personal growth, learning, and navigating challenges. The hosts stress the need for room to work out our challenges and how ADHD can make it difficult to see anything but perfection as a goal and rejection as the obstacle on the path to change. Ash shares a personal experience from a Pride camping trip, highlighting the significance of self-acceptance and the role of safe, trusting environments.

    They discuss the concept of "chosen family," where mutual trust and safety allow for genuine self-expression and learning from mistakes. The episode concludes by stressing the value of showing up and engaging in communities that align with personal interests, as these spaces can offer crucial support and opportunities for growth.

    Episode links + resources:

    Join the Community | Become a Patron

    Our Process: Understand, Own, Translate.

    About Cam and Asher

    For more of the Translating ADHD podcast:

    Episode Transcripts: visit TranslatingADHD.com and click on the episode

    Follow us on Twitter: @TranslatingADHD

    Visit the Website: TranslatingADHD.com

    • 22 min
    ADHD and the Power of Community

    ADHD and the Power of Community

    In this episode of Translating ADHD, hosts Ash and Cam explore the essential role of community for individuals with ADHD. They discuss how community provides a sense of belonging and acceptance, which is crucial for personal growth and mental well-being. Ash shares insights from coaching clients, emphasizing that despite different personal contexts, all clients express a need for community. They reflect on their own experiences, highlighting how community has evolved from a place of mere acceptance to one that fosters creativity and personal development. 

    The conversation also touches on the importance of safe environments where individuals can be themselves and the significance of balancing support and challenge within a community. Ash and Cam conclude by encouraging listeners to explore their interests to find like-minded communities and to approach challenges with curiosity rather than judgment.

    Episode links + resources:

    Join the Community | Become a Patron

    Our Process: Understand, Own, Translate.

    About Cam and Asher

    For more of the Translating ADHD podcast:

    Episode Transcripts: visit TranslatingADHD.com and click on the episode

    Follow us on Twitter: @TranslatingADHD

    Visit the Website: TranslatingADHD.com

    • 27 min
    ADHD and Optimal Environments for Learning

    ADHD and Optimal Environments for Learning

    In this episode of the Translating ADHD podcast, hosts Ash and Cam delve into the importance of creating optimal learning environments, especially for those with ADHD. Cam shares insights from neuroscientist Mary Helen Immordino-Yang on the role of emotion and psychological safety in learning. He reflects on his own educational experiences, emphasizing the need for relevance and connection to material.

    They discuss the three barriers ADHD individuals face—awareness, action, and learning —and highlight the significance of emotional resilience, community support, and personalized learning strategies. The episode underscores the ongoing challenge of managing ADHD and the value of creating supportive, engaging environments for sustained learning and growth.

    Episode links + resources:

    Join the Community | Become a Patron

    Our Process: Understand, Own, Translate.

    About Cam and Asher

    For more of the Translating ADHD podcast:

    Episode Transcripts: visit TranslatingADHD.com and click on the episode

    Follow us on Twitter: @TranslatingADHD

    Visit the Website: TranslatingADHD.com

    • 23 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
234 Ratings

234 Ratings

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Love it!

I love the show and find it very helpful!

matochak ,

Love the clear distinctions!

After just stumbling across this podcast and having listened to only one episode thus far, I am shook by the multiple layers of relatability and enlightenment gained from your personal accounts. As a seeker of self growth and truth by nature, I am not new to this content. I appreciate the clear and simple differentiation between adhd and similar diagnoses like depression. The context is deconstructed in a way that is easy to comprehend, validating, and provides ready to apply intervention strategies. When I arrived home, I replayed the episode for my 16 year old daughter, also ADHD and currently going through it. In addition to serving as an overdue discussion jumpstart, it gave us both a glimmer of hope to offset her daunting first semester of Sophomore year.

Thank you for demonstrating the power of vocabulary and vulnerability… and the benefit of embracing discomfort and support.

M Marks the Spot ,

Middle-aged attorney learning the curse of his superpower

I am new to the recognition thst I likely have ADHD. So far I have listened to four or five of your episodes, each of which has blown open craters of awareness m in my brain. I want more of this great content!

Mark

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