ADHD reWired
In this episode, we’re meeting Jason Boughn, a life coach specializing in tools to address ADHD.  He also welcomes neurodiversity of all types and neurotypical people!  Jason has a comfortable way of evoking a person’s story, getting to the heart of the matter most relevant to the storyteller.  The stories we tell ourselves and the ones created to fit in better with others are affirmations which shape our reality.  Jason’s focus is exploring and reframing our personal story to create a beautiful life experience. 

In this episode, Jason shares his story about his brain injury and how it has impacted his life, and how the manifestations of ADHD are similar traumatic brain injuries (TBI).  You’ll also hear about how Jason experiences emotion, not fitting in, acting, and his passion for learning.

Then, you’ll also hear about his journey through relationships, his compassion throughout those relationships, how he overcame homelessness, and what led to that chapter in his life. 

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Direct download: 431_-_TBI_ADHD_Homelessness_and_Reinventing_Self.mp3
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In this episode, Eric is joined by Lorin Devine, who grew up in the cornfields of rural Illinois and has been driven to create, explore, and forge her own way.  In adulthood, she struggled to find footing in a world where she felt like she never quite fit. 

In 2014, Lorin entered the world of tattooing.  Then, after 4 years in a busy walk-in studio, she left Illinois to spend 18 months on the road as a guest in more than 25 tattoo studios throughout the U.S. and Europe.  Halting travel in 2020 led to an ADHD diagnosis, and a framework to understand years of straining to conform to a neurotypical world.  

Lorin is now based out in Portland, Oregon, where she is creating illustrative black and gray tattoos in a private studio.  Finding support in the ADHD community and the autonomy to curate her tattoo practice towards supporting a neurodivergent brain has empowered her to create the best possible work for her clients. 

In this episode, you’ll hear discussions about being categorized as a gifted child, the impact of creating a working environment that works for us, and the importance of community. 

Then, you’ll get to listen in on real-time coaching where you’ll hear about tips & tricks to go from time-blind to time-wise.

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Direct download: 430_-_So_You_Want_to_be_a_Professional_Creative_with_Lorin_Devine.mp3
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In this episode, Eric is joined by ADHD reWired Coaching Group Alumni member, Brian Entler!  Brian has been a peer mentor of ADHD reWired’s coaching program and has been working to redesign his life to be ADHD-compatible.  

Brian will be riding the AIDS Lifecycle 2022, a 545-mile ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles to raise money for LGBTQ health care.  An avid cyclist and firm believer in the power of exercise to be an ADHD management tool, Brian is going to share his experience in the coaching groups, his goal-setting, routine-building, and how cycling and exercise have played an essential part in his life.  

⭐️⭐️ Donate to help Brian reach his fundraising goal of $5,000 for the AIDS Lifecycle ride. Click the link to donate! → ⭐️ ⭐️ 

“[AIDS/LifeCycle] is a really fine organization. It’s done to benefit the San Francisco AIDS foundation and the Los Angeles LGBT Center.  [Your donations] are not going to just marketing or executive salaries, this provides first-line health care for people who need it.” 

  • Brian Entler 

Some of the Questions & Topics in this Episode:

  • What prompted Brian to take the leap and join ADHD reWired’s Coaching & Accountability groups
  • What role can accountability play when setting goals when you have ADHD? 
  • What role does emotional motivation play to begin making changes in one’s life? 
  • Can the outdoors be beneficial for ADHD brains? 
  • Are bucket list goals really achievable? 
  • What is the importance of emotional vulnerability? How does it affect mindset? 
  • How has being a part of ADHD reWired’s Alumni coaching group been helpful for Brian? 

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Direct download: 429_-_Growth_Cycles_with_Brian_Entler.mp3
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Join the ADHD reWired Team every second Tuesday of the month for our monthly Live Q&A!  In this episode, you’ll hear about the importance of community, picking an entrepreneurial path, accountability, parenting, and dealing with shame. 

Listen all the way through to meet the newest addition to the ADHD reWired team - Coach Kristin Marts! 

Some Questions & Topics in this Episode:

  • I’m interested in going into business for myself. How do I narrow my focus to follow a path?
  • What are the best ways to deal with our tendencies within ourselves? 
  • How can I reduce overwhelm? 
  • What kind of research can I do to move forward in a new career? 
  • At what point is something a personality trait?
  • Our child was diagnosed with ADHD but we haven’t talked about it with them yet.  How do we have this conversation? 


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Direct download: 428_-_April_Live_QA_2022.mp3
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In this episode, Eric is joined by Jonathan Orenberg from the San Francisco Bay area.  As the founder of Care Life Services, Jonathan is no stranger to the healthcare field.  After graduating from Baldwin Wallace University: Conservatory of Music, he decided to follow in the footsteps of his father - an emergency room physician and medical director - and his mother, a registered nurse.  Jonathan went on to become a CNA and certified senior fitness specialist and is also an accomplished Bay-area bass performer who has been in the industry for over 25 years, proud member of Actors’ Equity since 2008, and owner of a private acting studio. 

Johnny has shared the stage with such stars as Sutton Foster, Kathleen Marshall, Michael Rafter, and Kate McGarry, while performing at some of the most prestigious theaters in the United States, including the Barnstormers Theatre, Cleveland Play House, Great Lakes Theater Company, 42nd Street Moon Theatre Company, and The Walt Disney Company. 

Johnny has learned how to harness his ADHD and dyslexia-superpowers into fuel for his entrepreneurial spirit and mindfulness in the toll that hyperfocus can take on family life in the battle of business goals and personal values.  Johnny is also an Alum of ADHD reWired's Coaching & Accountability Groups

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