Tue, 28 November 2017
Brett Smith joins me on this episode. Brett is a real estate broker in Austin, Texas who was diagnosed at the age of 42. This diagnosis came after struggling with job change after job change after job change.
About two years ago, Brett took a job in software sales, and he noticed “the cycle.” After a Google search, he realized he needed to explore the possibility that he has ADHD. Through Driven to Distraction, He recognized he experienced things everyone does, but the connection between these things.
In this conversation, you will hear how Brett has experienced some clarity since he started implementing strategies for managing his ADHD. Brett also talks about failure, and he says that “Acceptance has a period at the end of the sentence. Grace has an ellipses.” Listen to our conversation and Brett will explain that what you’re experiencing is totally normal, and you can take control of it and empower yourself by getting the right tools and structure.
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