ADHD reWired (general)

146 | A Semester of ADHD School

This Week’s Episode:

On this episode, you will hear Nisha Subramanian and I talk about the ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group.  Nisha shares what she has gained from the group, both in the role as a participant and as a facilitator.  

We see a lot of growth from participants and we also see accountability being a large factor for that.  It’s when group members can let their guards down that we see growth.  We also talk about the motivation that comes from accountability. 

You’ll Learn:

  • [02:36] - I play an audio clip from an ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group that describes the benefits of this group.
  • [07:59] - We share our thoughts on this audio clip and the group.
  • [11:58] - Nisha introduces herself. We talk about her role in the ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group.
  • [18:08] - Nisha talks about leaving her career.
  • [21:27] - There was a pivotal point where I felt Nisha went from a student to being a teacher and I share my thoughts on the growth I’ve seen in her. Nisha shares her thoughts on this growth.
  • [26:20] - Nisha talks about the role of fear.
  • [27:48] - Nisha talks about what she sees from group members at the beginning of the group session.
  • [30:42] - I talk about some questions I ask in the screening calls for the ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group.
  • [33:30] - Nisha shares more about how feedback is delivered in the group. She goes on to describe the community within this group.
  • [38:33] - I talk about the feeling of being understood in the ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group.
  • [40:29] - We share how we pair people up with accountability partners. Nisha talks about this process.
  • [45:06] - I talk about how accountability has motivated me lately. We discuss the idea of accountability.
  • [50:02] - I talk about examples where group members let their guards down and share more than they originally planned.
  • [51:14] - Nisha shares her thoughts on being held back by baggage of past disappointment and failures and the value of accountability partners in these situations.
  • [1:01:52] - Nisha shares some of the productivity strategies that have made a big impact in her life.
  • [1:12:12] - I talk about an upcoming episode on goal-setting.
  • [1:13:30] - Nisha and I talk about why you should be involved with the ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group.

Resources:

Jessica McCabe’s How to ADHD YouTube Channel 

Use my Audible.com affiliate link for your favorite titles:

http://www.audibletrial.com/ADHDreWired

Not sure where to start on Audible? Start with Brené Brown’s The Gift of Imperfections or The Power of Vulnerability

ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group!

We have dates for our winter sessions for the group.  The winter session will start on January 16th. 

Productivity Solutions for the Time Blind

In this webinar, I will be sharing new content and we’ll be diving deep into my latest thinking around time management, productivity, planning, processing, prioritizing, and getting things done. Join us December 19th at 12:30pm (Central).  Register at http://erictivers.com/events

ADHD reWired Talent Show

Do you have a talent that you’d like to share with the ADHD reWired community? Get your webcam or smartphone ready and show us what you’ve got on Friday, December 16th from 6pm-7:30pm (Central). Go to http://erictivers.com/events to register!

Productivity Q&A

Get your ADHD questions answered live!  Join us December 13th at 12:30pm and December 21st at 10:30am.  Each of these sessions will be 90 minutes. These will continue in 2017 on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 12:30pm.

ADHD Friendly Guide to Understanding Insurance

Go from “WTF!” to “Done!” with our three-part series.  Jessica Stillwell will be presenting the information and answering all of your questions. Go to http://erictivers.com/events to register!

ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group

Do you want to improve your productivity, develop better habits, and experience the true power of accountability from members of our own tribe?  Learn more at CoachingReWired.com.

 

Stay tuned to ADHD reWired for follow-up sessions with past guests who have allowed Eric to help them and keep up with their progress. 

Want to be a guest?

Hey! What about you?  Do you have a story?  Are you a Coach?  Are you an ADHD Clinician?  If you answered yes to any of these questions and you’d like to be a guest, schedule a pre-interview call here.

Direct download: adhd146.mp3
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145 | Live Panel of ADHD Experts

This Week’s Episode:

At my local CHADD chapter (CHADD of Northern Illinois), we hosted a panel of experts and in this episode, you will hear the Q&A from this panel session.  I sat on the panel, as did Lisa Alexoff, Dr. Colin Ryan, Dr. Jeremy Kaplan, and Jonathan Carroll. 

This conversation tends to focus on ADHD in adolescents. The panel spends a lot of time discussing childhood ADHD and answering question from attendees on that topic.  The last 15 minutes of the discussion is on adult ADHD.

You’ll Learn:

  • [10:25] – Dr. Ryan describes some materials he hands out to the attendees, including a medication log, which helps you track usage, dosage, and results.
  • [11:50] – Another resource Dr. Ryan provides is a document entitled, “Does my child have ADHD?”, which is from the American Pediatric Association.
  • [13:45] – Dr. Ryan describes a timeline that he provides attendees. It lays out the steps families should take to identify if a student has ADHD. Ryan walks through all of these steps.
  • [21:43] – Dr. Ryan explains the difference between a psychological assessment and a neuro-psychological assessment.
  • [23:05] – Dr. Kaplan explains his role as a psychiatrist, which is to help give the medication that is necessary to treat an individual’s ADHD.
  • [25:21] – An attendee that has two children on medication asks how likely it is that her children will grow out of the need for medication for their ADHD. Kaplan provides a general answer for this question. He talks about why children in school situations require medication at that time, but may not require it later in life.
  • [29:00] – I share some research findings that show that teenagers that are “forced” to be on medication by parents are more likely to stop taking medication in their 20s than teenagers are given the choice to take medication.
  • [31:50] – Jonathan Carroll introduces himself to the group of attendees.
  • [33:50] – Jonathan describes what an ADHD coach does for their clients.
  • [36:26] – A mother (with ADD) that has two children with ADHD asks if medication help her children learn the skills to not be as impacted as an adult. Lisa says, “Pills don’t teach skills, but we can’t teach the skills if the pills aren’t on board.”
  • [40:03] – A mother (recently diagnosed with ADHD) has a child with ADHD and anxiety and a child with depression, anxiety, Asperger’s Syndrome and ADHD. One of her sons is not open to organizational strategies. She is looking for advice in this situation. The panel shares thoughts on this situation.
  • [49:05] – We discuss the idea of sometimes needing to let students fail and preferring to have that happen in middle school, rather than when the students have gone away to college.
  • [1:01:00] – An attendee talks about how his life has benefited because of ADHD.
  • [1:02:34] – An attendee that has a child with ADHD asks if it is normal to jump around between medications and dosages. Dr. Kaplan addresses why this happens.
  • [1:09:17] – An attendee asks a question about genetic testing. This leads to a discussion on the topic.
  • [1:14:24] – The panel discusses that there are different types and presentations in the “spectrum” of ADHD and things can change in different points in life.
  • [1:17:59] – An attendee asks a question about his three-year old daughter. He sees a lot of signs of ADHD, where others write the actions off as a just being a typical three-year old. The panel discusses early intervention.
  • [1:24:20] – An attendee asks a question about evaluating and making a diagnosis for adults.
  • [1:30:15] – An attendee asks what a good educational advocate looks like, and what can reasonably be expected from them?
  • [1:33:57] – An attendee asks about finding a medication that works, but over time it becomes less effective. The panel discusses possible explanations.

Resources:

Use my Audible.com affiliate link for your favorite titles:

http://www.audibletrial.com/ADHDreWired

 

ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group!

We have dates for our winter sessions for the group.  The winter session will start on January 16th. 

Productivity Solutions for the Time Blind

In this webinar, I will be sharing new content and we’ll be diving deep into my latest thinking around time management, productivity, planning, processing, prioritizing, and getting things done. Join us December 12th at 10:30am Central or December 19th at 12:30pm Central.  Register at http://erictivers.com/events 

ADHD reWired Talent Show

Do you have a talent that you’d like to share with the ADHD reWired community? Get your webcam or smartphone ready and show us what you’ve got on Friday, December 16th from 6pm-7:30pm (Central). Go to http://erictivers.com/events to register!

Productivity Q&A

Get your ADHD questions answered live!  Join us December 13th at 12:30pm and December 21st at 10:30am.  Each of these sessions will be 90 minutes. These will continue in 2017 on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 12:30pm.

ADHD Friendly Guide to Understanding Insurance

Go from “WTF!” to “Done!” with our three-part series.  Jessica Stillwell will be presenting the information and answering all of your questions. Go to http://erictivers.com/events to register!

ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group

Do you want to improve your productivity, develop better habits, and experience the true power of accountability from members of our own tribe?  Learn more at CoachingReWired.com.

Stay tuned to ADHD reWired for follow-up sessions with past guests who have allowed Eric to help them and keep up with their progress.

Want to be a guest?

Hey! What about you?  Do you have a story?  Are you a Coach?  Are you an ADHD Clinician?  If you answered yes to any of these questions and you’d like to be a guest, schedule a pre-interview call here.

Direct download: adhd145.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:30am CDT

144 | Stories from the CHADD Conference 2016

This Week’s Episode:

This week’s episode is a compilation of clips of conversations I had at the 2016 CHADD Conference in Costa Mesa, California.  You will recognize some of their voices, as they are past guests on the podcast.

In this episode, you will hear several people sharing their personal “ADHD moment” stories. You will also hear some techniques and tools that these individuals use.  At the end of the episode, you will hear David talk about what he learned and will take away from the sessions at this conference.

You’ll Learn:

  • [04:08] - Alan Brown shares a story from his past. He also talks about our self medication with our diets and technology.
  • [08:00] - Kirsten Milliken shares a recent ADHD story.
  • [12:54] - David talks about his history with ADHD and he talks about how he relies on technology for task management. This conversation took place at the beginning of the conference.
  • [16:00] - During a presentation, I noticed Kendra using a Live Scribe smart pen. She describes how she uses it and gives us a demonstration.
  • [26:15] - Sarah Wright talks about the presentation that she gave at the CHADD conference this year.
  • [30:11] - Belynda Gauthier talks about what led to her getting involved with CHADD. She also talks about the progress that she has seen in her son. 
  • [33:40] - Shelley Karpel shares some of her take-aways from this CHADD conference.
  • [36:02] - John Wilson is the Director of SOAR, an outdoor adventure camp for children. He shares an ADHD stories.
  • [39:16] - Kate Barrett returns to the podcast and the two of us share a few ADHD stories involving business cards.
  • [48:20] - Roberto Olivardia has been on the podcast several times (Episode 37, Episode 74, and Episode 118). A great storyteller, Roberto shares a few personal ADHD stories that demonstrates impulsivity. He also shares some strategies to create “pause”.
  • [1:01:28] - Earlier in the episode, you heard David.  Here, to wrap up the podcast he tells us some of his take-aways from this conference.

Resources:

PlayDHD: Permission to Play...a Prescription for Adults With ADHD - Kirsten Milliken

LiveScribe

Sarah Wright’s website

Kate Barrett’s website

 

Use my Audible.com affiliate link for your favorite titles:

http://www.audibletrial.com/ADHDreWired


ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group!

We have dates for our winter sessions for the group.  The winter session will start on January 16th. 

Productivity Solutions for the Time Blind

In this webinar, I will be sharing new content and we’ll be diving deep into my latest thinking around time management, productivity, planning, processing, prioritizing, and getting things done. Join us December 5th or December 12th at 10:30am Central or December 19th at 12:30pm Central.  Register at http://erictivers.com/events 

Productivity Q&A

Get your ADHD questions answered live!  Join us November 30th at 12:30pm, December 13th at 12:30pm, and December 21st at 10:30am.  Each of these sessions will be 90 minutes. These will continue in 2017 on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 12:30pm.

ADHD Friendly Guide to Understanding Insurance

Go from “WTF!” to “Done!” with our three-part series.  Jessica Stillwell will be presenting the information and answering all of your questions. Go to http://erictivers.com/events to register!

ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group

Do you want to improve your productivity, develop better habits, and experience the true power of accountability from members of our own tribe?  Learn more at CoachingReWired.com.

 

Stay tuned to ADHD reWired for follow-up sessions with past guests who have allowed Eric to help them and keep up with their progress.

Want to be a guest?

Hey! What about you?  Do you have a story?  Are you a Coach?  Are you an ADHD Clinician?  If you answered yes to any of these questions and you’d like to be a guest, schedule a pre-interview call here.

 

Direct download: adhd144V2.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:30am CDT

143 | There is Always a Better Way with Kim Denny

This Week’s Guest:

Joining me in the studio on today’s episode is my friend and former client, Kim Denny.  I had the pleasure of meeting Kim at a tumultuous time in his life and I think you will really enjoy this conversation. 

Kim runs a business he has been a part of for 51 years.  He talks about the challenges he faces as a business owner with ADHD.  You also get a real sense of who Kim is in this conversation as you can tell that his business and family are important and close to him.  As you will find out, when it comes to their living situation, they are very close!

Kim spends a lot of time grappling with the emotions of having ADHD.  I use this opportunity to open up and share a recent ADHD shame moment.  Kim uses the second half of the episode to ask me some ADHD questions. 

You’ll Learn:

  • [04:33] - Kim shares how his grandson’s ADHD diagnosis led to his curiosity if he might also have ADHD.
  • [05:51] - Kim talks about his business and the aspects of running a business that he struggles with. He shares how he is able to delegate some of these tasks.
  • [10:00] - These changes that Kim made with his business were done organically and he talks about that process.
  • [17:08] - Kim shares how to feel something big, but show it small.
  • [18:19] - How to correct team members and why your strategy may be different as a person with ADHD.
  • [31:00] - While talking about the amount of things we do, Kim shares that he has cut out his vegetable oil recycling business. Through this, we learn some really interesting things about Kim’s family. 
  • [37:50] - Kim talks about the emotions of having ADHD. I share a recent ADHD shame story.
  • [42:50] - We talk about how ADHD impacts everyone differently. There are 86,400 possibilities when it comes diagnosis based on symptoms.   
  • [46:20] - Kim has a unique living situation. He lives on compound and he talks about living and running a business from this location.
  • [55:00] - Kim asks a couple of ADHD questions. The first is about ADHD exercises and time myopia. This leads to Kim explaining an incontinence product idea.  I share some tips on managing the amount of time the tasks on your to do list takes. 
  • [1:14:45] - Kim asks, “How do you develop a more innate time management skills?” We talk about time management strategies.
  • [1:17:25] - Kim states that people with ADHD have trouble with transitions and sees this as being a problem in relationships.
  • [1:26:16] - Kim talks about some of the strategies he learned in the ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group and has implemented in his life. 

Resources:

Use my Audible.com affiliate link for your favorite titles:

http://www.audibletrial.com/ADHDreWired


ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group!

We have dates for our winter sessions for the group.  The winter session will start on January 16th.  Early registration will be from November 16th-22nd!  Learn more at CoachingReWired.com.

ADHD Friendly Guide to Understanding Insurance.

Go from “WTF!” to “Done!” with our three-part series.  Jessica Stillwell will be presenting the information and answering all of your questions. Go to http://erictivers.com/events to register! 

 

Want to be a guest?

Hey! What about you?  Do you have a story?  Are you a Coach?  Are you an ADHD Clinician?  If you answered yes to any of these questions and you’d like to be a guest, schedule a pre-interview call here.

 

Direct download: adhd143.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:30am CDT

142 | Embracing Intensity with Aurora Remember

This Week’s Guest:

Aurora Remember is on a mission to help people embrace their intensity and use their fire without getting burned.  With a background as a school psychologist, Aurora just launched a new podcast called, Embracing Intensity.

In this conversation, you will hear Aurora explain the traits and tendencies of a highly excitable person.  While she shares some of her personal traits, we also talk about Aurora’s most popular blog post, 25 Things Only a Highly Excitable Person Would Understand.  

In the hot-seat portion of the discussion, we talk about Aurora’s struggles with social media.  She struggles with being consistent and staying focused in this area.  We talk about some strategies she can implement to help herself in this area.  At the end of the episode, Aurora calls back to follow-up after her hot seat session.  Aurora tried using Fiverr for delegating some social content.  She also talks about using Buffer to help her streamline social posting.

Connect with Aurora Remember:

Website - AuroraRemember.com

Podcast - Embracing Intensity

Facebook - League of Excitable Women

Twitter - @AuroraRemember

You’ll Learn:

  • [03:35] - Aurora talks about the personality traits of a highly excitable person.
  • [06:37] - Aurora shares how being highly excitable impacts her, personally.
  • [09:02] - Aurora talks about the history of how high excitability is perceived and defined.
  • [13:51] - Aurora talks about her popular blog post, 25 Things Only a Highly Excitable Person Would Understand.
  • [22:45] - Aurora talks about labels and the shades of grey in individuals, including a self-diagnosis.
  • [25:30] - We discuss the possible connection between chronic pain and ADHD because of an overactive nervous system.
  • [27:55] - Aurora talks about using your intensity and fire without getting burned through her coaching. She also shares her personal strategies and struggles.
  • [37:30] - Aurora Remember sits in the ADHD reWired Hot Seat. Aurora struggles with her social media, from consistency and staying focused. We discuss some ways for Aurora to stay on track, including mind-mapping, my two sticky-note strategy, and delegation.
  • [1:07:20] - Aurora follows up after sitting in the ADHD reWired Hot Seat.

Resources:

The Brick Testament

E-Myth - Michael Gerber

Virtual Freedom - Chris Ducker

Fiverr

Buffer

Use my Audible.com affiliate link for your favorite titles:

http://www.audibletrial.com/ADHDreWired


ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group!

We have dates for our winter sessions for the group.  The winter session will start on January 16th.  Early registration will be from November 16th-22nd!  Learn more at CoachingReWired.com.

The CHADD of Northern Illinois

If you are in the northern Illinois region, my local CHADD group will be doing a panel of experts on November 21st in Grayslake, IL.  More information can be found on our Meetup page or Facebook page.

ADHD Friendly Guide to Understanding Insurance

Go from “WTF!” to “Done!” with our three-part series.  Jessica Stillwell will be presenting the information and answering all of your questions. Go to http://erictivers.com/events to register!

Want to be a guest?

Hey! What about you?  Do you have a story?  Are you a Coach?  Are you an ADHD Clinician?  If you answered yes to any of these questions and you’d like to be a guest, schedule a pre-interview call here.

 

 

Direct download: adhd142.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:30am CDT

141 | Judy Huth - It's Not Me, It's My ADHD with Judy Huth

This Week’s Guest:

Diagnosed with ADHD at the age of 42, Judy Huth realized that a lot of her behaviors in life were due to her ADHD, rather than character flaws.  Judy was also part of the ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group.

In this conversation, you will hear Judy talk about her ADHD voyage, from childhood to adult diagnosis.  In addition to talking about how ADHD impacts her life, she shares her interesting perspective, “It’s my responsibility, but not my fault.” 

Judy was recently a member of the ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group and talks about the impact involvement in the group had on her life.  According to Judy, one of the changes she implemented saves her an hour a day.  One of the things Judy is struggling with right now is using her planner.  At the end of this episode, Judy calls back in and talks about her progress with this perfectionism.

 

Connect with Judy Huth:

Judy Huth on Facebook

 

You’ll Learn:

  • [03:32] - Judy talks about the events that led to her ADHD diagnosis.
  • [06:51] - Judy shares that she was successful in school and explains why she believes she experienced this success.
  • [10:53] - Judy talks about her career path to this point and describes the professional tasks that are most difficult for her and the tasks that result in efficiency.
  • [20:15] - Judy shares details on her depression and her fibromyalgia.
  • [27:10] - Judy talks about her perspective, which gives her the ability to say, “It’s my responsibility, but not my fault.”
  • [28:30] - Judy talks her medication and its effects on her.
  • [30:15] - Judy shares her experience with the ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group and talks about some improvements she’s seen in her life because of the group.
  • [36:15] - Judy talks about her depression.
  • [41:15] - Judy shares her thoughts on patterns and shares a personal story.
  • [50:07] - Judy talks about her eyesight and how bifocals helped her save an hour a day. 
  • [55:13] - During the coaching group session, Judy and her husband decided to trade work spaces. This opened the door to a lot of labeling.
  • [59:06] - Judy’s planner has caused her to become paralyzed because of perfectionism. 
  • [1:16:38] - Judy calls back in and talks about her progress with her planner.

 

Resources:

You Mean I’m Not Lazy, Stupid or Crazy?!: The Classic Self-Help Book for Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder

Hobonichi Planner

 

Use my Audible.com affiliate link for your favorite titles:

http://www.audibletrial.com/ADHDreWired


ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group!

We have dates for our winter sessions for the group.  The winter session will start on January 16th.  Early registration will be from November 16th-22nd!

The CHADD International Conference on ADHD

This conference is being held November 10th - 12th in Costa Mesa, California.  I will be speaking about time management strategies at this conference.  To register, visit http://chadd.org

I will be doing a webinar in advance of this conference. On November 3rd (10:30am-12pm Central) is on the schedule and more dates will be announced soon!

The CHADD of Northern Illinois

If you are in the northern Illinois region, my local CHADD group will be doing a panel of experts on November 21st in Grayslake, IL.  More information can be found on our Meetup page or Facebook page.

ADHD Friendly Guide to Understanding Insurance

Go from “WTF!” to “Done!” with our three-part series.  Jessica Stillwell will be presenting the information and answering all of your questions. Go to http://erictivers.com/events to register!

ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group

Do you want to improve your productivity, develop better habits, and experience the true power of accountability from members of our own tribe?  Learn more at CoachingReWired.com.

Stay tuned to ADHD reWired for follow-up sessions with past guests who have allowed Eric to help them and keep up with their progress.

Want to be a guest?

Hey! What about you?  Do you have a story?  Are you a Coach?  Are you an ADHD Clinician?  If you answered yes to any of these questions and you’d like to be a guest, schedule a pre-interview call here.

Direct download: adhd141.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:30am CDT

140 | Productivity Q & A

This Week’s Episode:

This episode is the recorded audio of our 4th Q&A webinar, celebrating ADHD Awareness month.  Nisha Subramanian joins me in answering live questions.  In this Q&A session, you will hear us talk about several aspects on task management, time management, motivation, and accountability. 

You’ll Learn:

  • [04:37] - Jessica asks a question about task management at times when energy levels are low.
  • [09:01] - Nisha brings up the difficulty of task management when you work from home. 
  • [12:24] - Maria asks when exercise should be placed in the daily routine.  We also discuss strategies to help with exercise motivation.
  • [15:50] - Patricia asks about services and tools for managing a to-do list.
  • [20:55] - Kali asks about starting and stopping or switching tasks.  This leads to a discussion on the Pomodoro Technique.
  • [28:36] - Jessica asks about self-accountability.
  • [36:55] - Steven asks about task lists that are more long-term and based on habits.
  • [42:00] - Robert asks about the will power budget.
  • [47:24] - A question comes from the chat, “How you move from the urgent to the important?”
  • [51:45] - Kimberly asks about the things to remember when working with a new therapist. 

Use my Audible.com affiliate link for your favorite titles:

http://www.audibletrial.com/ADHDreWired


ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group!

We have dates for our winter sessions for the group.  The winter session will start on January 16th.  Early registration will be from November 16th-22nd!

The CHADD International Conference on ADHD

This conference is being held November 10th - 12th in Costa Mesa, California.  I will be speaking about time management strategies at this conference.  To register, visit http://chadd.org

I will be doing a webinar in advance of this conference. On Thursday, November 3rd (10:30am-12pm Central) are on the schedule and more dates will be announced soon!

The CHADD of Northern Illinois

If you are in the northern Illinois region, my local CHADD group will be doing a panel of experts on November 21st in Grayslake, IL.  More information can be found on our Meetup page or Facebook page.

ADHD Friendly Guide to Understanding Insurance

Go from “WTF!” to “Done!” with our three-part series.  Jessica Stillwell will be presenting the information and answering all of your questions. Go to http://erictivers.com/events to register!

ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group

Do you want to improve your productivity, develop better habits, and experience the true power of accountability from members of our own tribe?  Learn more at CoachingReWired.com.

Want to be a guest?

Hey! What about you?  Do you have a story?  Are you a Coach?  Are you an ADHD Clinician?  If you answered yes to any of these questions and you’d like to be a guest, schedule a pre-interview call here.

Direct download: adhd140.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:30am CDT

139 | ADHD on a Date

This Week’s Guest:

Jonathan Carroll is the founder of Carroll Education Group, IEP Experts and The Business of Coaching. He received his BA in Communications from DePaul University and his MA in Learning Disabilities from Northeastern Illinois University.

In this discussion, you will hear Jonathan talk a lot about navigating relationships as someone with ADHD.  Jonathan shares experiences from his first marriage and from his current relationship with his wife.  He talks about the issues he has encountered and the strategies he’s implemented to work through these issues. 

During the hot-seat portion of this discussion, Jonathan shares his struggles with public social interactions.  To help him work through this situation, I turn things around and ask Jonathan what he would tell someone he’s coaching that is in the same situation and he’s got some great insight.

Connect with Jonathan Carroll:

Jonathan Carroll’s website - http://adhdguru.com

Twitter - @ADHDGuru

Email - Jonathan@adhdefcoach.com

YouTube - http://youtube.com/adhdguru

LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/adhdefcoach

You’ll Learn:

  • [06:50] - Jonathan talks about making himself more acceptable in social situations.  He shares some tips that help make that happen.
  • [10:40] - Jonathan believes you need to be a student of yourself and identify situations that are and are not ideal for you.
  • [14:42] - Jonathan shares a story about where he needed to acclimated to a situation.
  • [18:32] - For a long time, Jonathan tried to cover-up his ADHD.  He goes on to share his self-realizations.
  • [22:28] - Jonathan talks about his first marriage and the role his ADHD played in the relationship.  He talks about the relationship he has with his current wife and shares what he learned from his previous marriage.
  • [29:16] - Jonathan elaborates on relationship issues and solutions he has discovered to help work through those issues.
  • [39:27] - Continuing on the topic of relationships, Jonathan talks about scheduling dates with family obligations.
  • [51:24] - Jonathan Carroll sits in the ADHD reWired Hot Seat.  When Jonathan gets too comfortable, he has some problem with self-awareness and his filter. 

Resources:

AutoSilent

Kitchen Safe Timer

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ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group!

We have dates for our winter sessions for the group.  The winter session will start on January 16th.  Early registration will be from November 16th-22nd!

The CHADD International Conference on ADHD

This conference is being held November 10th - 12th in Costa Mesa, California.  I will be speaking about time management strategies at this conference.  To register, visit http://chadd.org

I will be doing a few webinars in advance of this conference. On Thursday, October 27th (2pm-3:30pm Central) and Thursday, November 3rd (10:30am-12pm Central) are on the schedule and more dates will be announced soon!

The CHADD of Northern Illinois

If you are in the northern Illinois region, my local CHADD group will be doing a panel of experts on November 21st in Grayslake, IL.  More information can be found on our Meetup page or Facebook page.

October is ADHD Awareness Month

Every Tuesday in the month of October, you can join Nisha Subramanian and me for a live, interactive webinar.  We will be answering your productivity and ADHD questions.  The webinars are held at 12:30-1:30pm (Central Time).  These webinars are free and you can sign up at http://erictivers.com/events.

ADHD Friendly Guide to Understanding Insurance

Go from “WTF!” to “Done!” with our three-part series.  Jessica Stillwell will be presenting the information and answering all of your questions. Go to http://erictivers.com/events to register!

ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group

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ADHD reWired Tech eCourses and Mini Workshops

Tell us what technology or tool you would like to learn about. Complete our 3 minute survey below and you can win free coaching, a $50 gift card to Amazon or your preferred app store, or a productivity mystery box.

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Stay tuned to ADHD reWired for follow-up sessions with past guests who have allowed Eric to help them and keep up with their progress.

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Hey! What about you?  Do you have a story?  Are you a Coach?  Are you an ADHD Clinician?  If you answered yes to any of these questions and you’d like to be a guest, schedule a pre-interview call here.

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138 | Productivity Q & A

This Week:

This week’s episode is a Q&A session from one of the weekly webinars I do with Nisha Subramanian during the month of October. 

We fielded some great questions in this webinar.  Some were sent in ahead of time and some were asked live by viewers that we invited into the webinar.  We covered a great range of topics, all of which I think are applicable to almost everyone.

Join us next for next week’s webinar.  You can ask your questions and share your stories live on Tuesdays in October from 12:30-1:30pm (Central Time).  These webinars are free and you can sign up at http://erictivers.com/events.

You’ll Learn:

  • [03:25] - How do you keep focused on a task when working?
  • [06:26] - What’s the best strategy to digitize handwritten notes.
  • [12:50] - We discuss Dropbox and some of it’s key features.
  • [16:43] - Are there resources for Evernote?
  • [20:33] - How can we slow down in moments of decision-making?
  • [33:00] - What are my thoughts on mind-mapping?
  • [36:52] - There are lots of tools out there.  What’s the best?
  • [45:10] - How do I survive without the coaching and accountability Facebook group?
  • [47:33] - How do I eliminate long-standing tasks?
  • [49:42] - My living space is a mess and when I try to organize, I get stopped in my tracks. What’s a solution?

Resources:

Evernote

Dropbox

Adonit stylus

Michael Hyatt

Beyond the To-Do List

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ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group!

We have dates for our winter sessions for the group.  The winter session will start on January 16th.  Early registration will be from November 16th-22nd!

The CHADD International Conference on ADHD

This conference is being held November 10th - 12th in Costa Mesa, California.  I will be speaking about time management strategies at this conference.  To register, visit http://chadd.org!

October is ADHD Awareness Month

Every Tuesday in the month of October, you can join Nisha Subramanian and me for a live, interactive webinar.  We will be answering your productivity and ADHD questions.  The webinars are held at 12:30-1:30pm (Central Time).  These webinars are free and you can sign up at http://erictivers.com/events.

ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group

Do you want to improve your productivity, develop better habits, and experience the true power of accountability from members of our own tribe?  Learn more at http://ADHDreWired.com

 

Want to be a guest?

Hey! What about you?  Do you have a story?  Are you a Coach?  Are you an ADHD Clinician?  If you answered yes to any of these questions and you’d like to be a guest, schedule a pre-interview call here.

Direct download: adhd138.mp3
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137 | Leveraging Your Gifts

This Week’s Guest:

Lea Ann Mallett, who was recently diagnosed with ADHD, is an entrepreneur that wears many hats.  As a leader of volunteer organizations, she exhibits great skill in certain areas, but has weakness in that same area in a different domain in her life. 

In this conversation, you will hear Lea Ann describe the challenges she’s faced in going from the leader of an organization to the owner of a person business.  One of the things that Lea Ann struggles with is deadlines because she’s always worked best under pressure at the last minute. 

When Lea Ann sits in the hot seat, she shares the challenges that she and her family face every day with their evening routine.  This involves cooking dinner and the child bedtime routine.  We look at some solutions, from finding someone to do the grocery shopping for the family to rearranging the order of the tasks that need to be completed every night.

Connect with Lea Ann Mallett:

Lea Anne Mallett’s website

You’ll Learn:

  • [3:06] - Lea Ann talks about her passion for activism, which led to her sitting in a tree for three days.
  • [6:08] - There are certain aspects of leadership that come easy for Lea Ann and she talks about those things.
  • [8:15] - Decision-making is an easy process for Lea Ann, although there’s some areas where she really struggles with this. 
  • [12:50] - Because of her success in academics, she never suspected she could have ADHD.  Lea Ann believes that if she hadn’t had children, she wouldn’t have reached the point where she thought this was possible. 
  • [15:37] - Lea Ann shares the difference between running an organization and a personal business and describes the aspects with which she struggles.
  • [16:58] - Lea Ann describes her business as an Action and Results Coach. 
  • [18:56] - Lea Ann explains why she sees her ADHD as a gift and she shares why it has enhanced her life.
  • [23:07] -  Lea Ann talks about the challenge of deadlines and her “need” to work under pressure at the last minute.  This leads to a conversation on procrastination.
  • [27:10] - Lea Ann talks about the shame of putting off tasks and working up the emotional scale to where she can complete the task. 
  • [30:36] - Shame vs. Anger
  • [32:52] - Lea Ann talks about needing to switch things up to keep herself interested.
  • [36:05] - Lea Ann Mallett sits in the ADHD reWired Hot Seat.  “Creating a family routine for the routine-resistant family.”
  • [38:28] - Lea Ann breaks down her weekday and weekend evening routines, including the dinner routine, which starts at shopping for food.
  • [48:05] - Lea Ann describes the post-meal challenges.
  • [58:25] - Lea Ann commits to some of the strategies we discussed.

Resources:

Procrastinate on Purpose: 5 Permissions to Multiply Your Time 

Emotional Guidance Scale by Abraham - Hicks 

Time Tracker Mini

 

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The CHADD International Conference on ADHD

This conference is being held November 10th-12th in Costa Mesa, California. I will be speaking about time management strategies at this conference. To register, visit http://chadd.org!

October is ADHD Awareness Month!

You can join me and more than 30 other ADHD experts at the 2016 ADHD Awareness Expo. You can attend this free virtual event October 2nd-8th. Claim your spot at http://www.erictivers.com/expo2016.

Every Tuesday in the month of October, you can join Nisha Subramanian and me for a live, interactive webinar. We will be answering your productivity and ADHD questions! The webinars are held at 12:30-1:30pm (Central Time). These webinars are free and you can sign up at http://erictivers.com/events.

Do you want to improve your productivity, develop better habits, and experience the true power of accountability from members of our own tribe? Learn more at http://ADHDreWired.com

Stay tuned to ADHD reWired for follow-up sessions with past guests who have allowed Eric to help them and keep up with their progress.

Want to be a guest?

Hey! What about you? Do you have a story? Are you a Coach? Are you an ADHD Clinician? If you answered yes to any of these questions and you'd like to be a guest, schedule a pre-interview call here.

Direct download: adhd137.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:30am CDT

136 | Nutrition, Exercise, and How to Find Your Keys

This Week’s Guest:

Ian Ryan is the founder of FearlessAndHealthy.com and the host of the Fearless and Healthy Podcast, a show on health, self-help, and education. With nine years of experience as a health coach, he believes in a holistic approach to wellness.  He puts a large emphasis on mastering mindsets.

In order to reach our full potential, the first thing we must focus on is our health and self-care. If we are not feeling well or healthy, nothing else will fall into place.  Ian believes in eating healthy and he shares what that means.  This give us more energy and it fuels our bodies to make us more productive. Ian shares a lot of his nutrition expertise throughout this discussion.

Ian struggles with organization and clutter.  In the ADHD reWired Hot Seat portion of this episode, we use some mind-mapping and other strategies to help him get more organized.  I share with Ian some ways for him to remember, implement, and correct.

Connect with Ian Ryan:

Fearless and Healthy Website

Fearless and Healthy on Facebook

You’ll Learn:

  • [3:07] - Ian talks about his goal of helping one-million people and how they led him to taking his passion online.
  • [3:50] - Our health and self-care must be our top priority.
  • [5:28] - Ian talks about his ADHD diagnosis and journey.
  • [7:55] - Ian shares his personal approach being “natural” in his diet.
  • [9:00] - Ian talks about his background in a fitness business and he describes this business that he has been running for 2 years.
  • [10:00] - Ian explains his move from Washington DC to San Diego. 
    This leads to a discussion on handling loss and the direction it can take our lives.
  • [15:00] - Learn what you will go through if you approach Ian for his coaching services. 
  • [18:50] - Ian shares some tips on physical activity, especially getting started. 
  • [22:28] - The effects that exercising can have on the brain and the benefits of working out in the morning.
  • [25:32] - We discuss sugar in our diets and how our diets vary.
  • [32:10] - Should we be mixing up what our meals consist of, especially breakfast?
  • [36:12] - When it comes to nutrition, “fat” is just a word.
  • [39:37] - Ian Ryan sits in the ADHD ReWired Hot Seat. We discuss organization, clutter, and mind-mapping.

Resources:

Go Wild

 

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The CHADD International Conference on ADHD

This conference is being held November 10th-12th in Costa Mesa, California. I will be speaking about time management strategies at this conference. To register, visit http://chadd.org!

October is ADHD Awareness Month!

You can join me and more than 30 other ADHD experts at the 2016 ADHD Awareness Expo. You can attend this free virtual event October 2nd-8th. Claim your spot at http://www.erictivers.com/expo2016.

Every Tuesday in the month of October, you can join Nisha Subramanian and me for a live, interactive webinar. We will be answering your productivity and ADHD questions! The webinars are held at 12:30-1:30pm (Central Time). These webinars are free and you can sign up at http://erictivers.com/events.

Do you want to improve your productivity, develop better habits, and experience the true power of accountability from members of our own tribe? Learn more at http://ADHDreWired.com

Stay tuned to ADHD reWired for follow-up sessions with past guests who have allowed Eric to help them and keep up with their progress.

Want to be a guest?

Hey! What about you? Do you have a story? Are you a Coach? Are you an ADHD Clinician? If you answered yes to any of these questions and you'd like to be a guest, schedule a pre-interview call here.

Direct download: adhd136.mp3
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135 | Overcoming Perfectionism

This Week’s Guest:

Drew “Scooter” Ackerman is the host of the podcast, Sleep With Me.  This podcast is designed to lull you to sleep with stories that are delivered in soothing tones.  Drew has never been formally diagnosed with ADHD.  He has shared that he has dyslexia and he struggles with sleep.

In this conversation, we discuss some of the challenges Drew has with organization and perfectionism with his podcast.  We look at these challenges and in the ADHD reWired Hot Seat portion of the episode, I challenge Drew to make a commitment in his podcast editing. 

Included in this episode is a follow-up phone call, which took place a few weeks after the original interview.  Drew talks about the different topics that he’s been contemplating since the original call, including perfectionism, to-do lists and fears and goals.

Connect with Drew Ackerman!

You’ll Learn:

  • [4:20] - Drew shares why he started Sleep With Me.
  • [8:00] - Two of Drew’s listeners started a Facebook group for his podcast, where his community could gather.
  • [11:07] - Drew talks about his career path, which has led him to currently working at a library.  This is interesting because Drew has dyslexia.
  • [15:28] - Determining how much to share.
  • [17:38] - Drew gives us a taste of Sleep With Me.
  • [20:33] - Overcoming perfectionism
  • [26:18] - Drew talks about his podcast schedule and workflow.
  • [35:49] - Drew Ackerman sits in the ADHD reWired Hot Seat.
  • [47:46] - “You can do anything, but you can’t do everything.”
  • [53:20] - The shame of feeling like we’re never doing enough.
  • [56:00] - Drew talks about his podcast editing.
  • [1:02:37] - Drew ponders a podcast editing commitment. 
  • [1:09:20] - Follow-up call with Drew Ackerman.
  • [1:10:20] - Things from the original call that have been on Drew’s mind since the call.

Use my Audible.com affiliate link to get an audio book for free (and a 30-day free trial)!

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The CHADD International Conference on ADHD

This conference is being held November 10th-12th in Costa Mesa, California.  I will be speaking about time management strategies at this conference.  To register, visit http://chadd.org!

October is ADHD Awareness Month!

You can join me and more than 30 other ADHD experts at the 2016 ADHD Awareness Expo.  You can attend this free virtual event October 2nd-8th.  Claim your spot at http://www.erictivers.com/expo2016.

Every Tuesday in the month of October, you can join Nisha Subramanian and me for a live, interactive webinar. We will be answering your productivity and ADHD questions!  The webinars are held at 12:30-1:30pm (Central Time). These webinars are free and you can sign up at http://erictivers.com/events.

ADHD reWired Coaching & Accountability Group

Do you want to improve your productivity, develop better habits, and experience the true power of accountability from members of our own tribe?  Learn more at http://ADHDreWired.com

 

Stay tuned to ADHD reWired for follow-up sessions with past guests who have allowed Eric to help them and keep up with their progress.

Want to be a guest?

Hey! What about you? Do you have a story? Are you a Coach? Are you an ADHD Clinician? If you answered yes to any of these questions and you'd like to be a guest, schedule a pre-interview call here.

Direct download: adhd135.mp3
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Diagnosed later in life, guest Brett Thornhill was taken aback by the difference in his life afterward – so much so he labeled himself "Brett 2.0". Following his three core pillars of understanding, accepting, and embracing his ADHD, Brett guides the way through how he came to be more comfortable with who he truly is while facing the challenge of great life change.

Go to erictivers.com/106 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Go to meetme.so/erictivers to schedule a free 20-minute consultation with Eric if you're interested in the next Coaching and Accountability Group.

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Popular returning guest Tom Nardone, of The Tom Nardone Show, walks through his book Chasing Kites, detailing his childhood stories of dealing with life, school, family, and ADHD.

Go to erictivers.com/105 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Purchase a copy of Tom Nardone's book here: http://redmundpro.com/book-store/Chasing-Kites/

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A published author, speaker, U.S. Paralympic athlete, founder of two companies, and host of the Athlete Summit podcast, Tanner Gers talks about his life of adaptation, strategizing, and determination to not just overcome, but excel at life despite having ADHD – and being completely blind. Describing his story of self development and improvement, Tanner seeks to inspire others to reach and exceed their physical and mental potential.

Go to erictivers.com/104 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Go to meetme.so/erictivers to schedule a free 20-minute consultation with Eric if you're interested in the next Coaching and Accountability Group.

Or, if you want more information about the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group, go to coachingrewired.com.

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A professional musician and former drummer for the band Everclear, Sean Winchester walks through the twisting, turning story of his life with ADHD. Following Sean up through school and into how he became a drummer, the emotional impact music has on his ADHD, and balancing that emotional experience with the rest of his life, he describes in detail what has driven him to where he is now.

Go to erictivers.com/103 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Go to meetme.so/erictivers to schedule a free 20-minute consultation with Eric if you're interested in the next Coaching and Accountability Group.

Or, if you want more information about the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group, go to coachingrewired.com.

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High-school science teacher and yoga instructor, Alex Hofeldt is a high-energy individual. Open and honest, Alex shares the story of his own tribulations through school before becoming a teacher himself, what drives him to continue learning and teaching science, and how mindfulness practices can be worked into the classroom.

Go to erictivers.com/102 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Go to meetme.so/erictivers to schedule a free 20-minute consultation with Eric if you're interested in the next Coaching and Accountability Group.

Or, if you want more information about the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group, go to coachingrewired.com.

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Stress and stress reduction are the topics at hand, as Diane Dempster of Impact ADHD walks through ways those with ADHD can better manage themselves while under stress. Problem-solving, storytelling, emotional triggering, and resiliency are all addressed during Diane's discussion.

Go to erictivers.com/101 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

If you want more information about the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group, go to coachingrewired.com.

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Celebrating and honoring the tremendous ADHD reWired community, Eric interviews a dozen guests, some of whom have been on the show before, about how the podcast has impacted their lives and what it means to them.
This episode is for the community, the listeners, and all of the many guests who have told their stories, shared their knowledge, and allowed themselves to be vulnerable.
This is what ADHD reWired is all about.


Go to erictivers.com/100 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Go to meetme.so/erictivers to schedule a free 20-minute consultation with Eric if you're interested in the next Coaching and Accountability Group.

Or, if you want more information about the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group, go to coachingrewired.com.

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Dr. J. Russell Ramsay is a specialist in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for those with ADHD, bringing a wealth of knowledge about strategies and mentalities regarding how to manage ADHD on the inside, with the mind. Discussing automatic thoughts, self-talk, the development of core beliefs, therapy, plenty of techniques for CBT, and more.

Go to erictivers.com/99 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Go to coachingrewired.com or call 224‒993‒9450 to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group.

Hi Tech and Low Tech Solutions to Supercharge Your Productivity, a presentation by Eric on Monday, January 25th, 2016 from 11–1:45 CST. Sign up here: [http://www.erictivers.com/#!webinar-landing-copy/c1q7p]

Go to CHADD.org for more information on CHADD's upcoming Annual International Conference on ADHD from November 12–14, 2015 in New Orleans. Eric will be presenting on Nov. 14th with "Hi-Tech & Low Tech Solutions for Supercharging Your Productivity".

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At the height of her career, Nisha Subramanian quit her job and went on a journey to better find herself and to reconnect with those around her. Nisha, who also has ADHD, talks about her initial diagnosis, the impact it had on her work, the revelation that her work–life balance wasn't where it should have been, and how she became motivated to take control of her life, be grateful, and make progress toward her future.

Go to erictivers.com/98 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Go to coachingrewired.com or call 224‒993‒9450 to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group.

Eric is hosting a free 1-hour productivity Q&A on Thursday, Jan. 14th 11 AM to 12 PM CST:
[https://zoom.us/webinar/register/3ffb20a4b8190f344ac87b605f06faf5]

Hi Tech and Low Tech Solutions to Supercharge Your Productivity, a presentation by Eric on Mondays, January 18th and 25th, 2016 from 11–1:45 CST. Sign up here: [http://www.erictivers.com/#!webinar-landing-copy/c1q7p]

Go to CHADD.org for more information on CHADD's upcoming Annual International Conference on ADHD from November 12–14, 2015 in New Orleans. Eric will be presenting on Nov. 14th with "Hi-Tech & Low Tech Solutions for Supercharging Your Productivity".

For a free audio-book download from our sponsor Audible.com, please visit AudibleTrial.com/ADHDreWired

Help the CHADD organization by donating to their fundraising campaign here: gofundme.com/oneof15m.

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Hosting the upcoming ADHD Women's Palooza in early January, 2016, Terry Matlen and Linda Roggli both return to the show to discuss their upcoming event filled with ADHD experts, and some topics core to women in the world of ADHD. In addition to the palooza, the two discuss their collaborative efforts, vulnerability and clients, shame, and some issues at hand for women with ADHD.

Go to erictivers.com/97 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Go to coachingrewired.com or call 224‒993‒9450 to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group.

Go to CHADD.org for more information on CHADD's upcoming Annual International Conference on ADHD from November 12–14, 2015 in New Orleans. Eric will be presenting on Nov. 14th with "Hi-Tech & Low Tech Solutions for Supercharging Your Productivity".

For a free audio-book download from our sponsor Audible.com, please visit AudibleTrial.com/ADHDreWired

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Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP97_-_0105.mp3
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Senior certified ADHD coach and psychiatric nurse practitioner Laurie Dupar uses her experience to discuss in detail medication management and how important it can be for optimizing results. Tracking, planning, alternate methods and research are all addressed concerning medication and its capacity as a tool for those with ADHD.

Go to erictivers.com/96 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

[Eric is hosting a free webinar on Hi-Tech & Low-Tech Solutions to Supercharge Your Productivity on December 30, 2015 at 1:30 PM (GMT-6) Central Time (US/Can).]

Go to coachingrewired.com or call 224‒993‒9450 to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group.

Go to CHADD.org for more information on CHADD's upcoming Annual International Conference on ADHD from November 12–14, 2015 in New Orleans. Eric will be presenting on Nov. 14th with "Hi-Tech & Low Tech Solutions for Supercharging Your Productivity".

For a free audio-book download from our sponsor Audible.com, please visit AudibleTrial.com/ADHDreWired

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Co-founders of InventiveLabs Tom Bergeron and Rick Fiery discuss their stories of meandering through the world of entrepreneurship to arrive where they are today: operating a business incubator specifically focused on those adults with ADHD, dyslexia, and other disorders who are looking to propel their ideas and businesses to their next professional level. The pair address topics ranging from disruptive ideas to risk-taking, their interplay with ADHD, and more.

Go to erictivers.com/95 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Go to coachingrewired.com or call 224‒993‒9450 to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group.

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Psychologist and therapist Ari Tuckman shares the results of a survey he conducted on sex and relationships in couples where one has ADHD. Surprised by some of the results, Ari delves into some of the most interesting questions and answers brought to light by the nearly 3,000 respondents' answers and provides sound advice and perspective on the role motivation, scheduling, pornography, and more can play in a relationship.

Eric his hosting a free webinar on Hi-Tech & Low-Tech Solutions to Supercharge Your Productivity on December 21, 2015 at 1 PM (GMT-6) Central Time (US/Can). 

Go to erictivers.com/94 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

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Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP94_-_1215.mp3
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ADHD coach, CHADD Parent to Parent Trainer, and mother of three Kate Barrett joins the show to discuss her coaching goal of "peeling back the layers of crap" that people tend to tell themselves. Covering issues ranging from slimming down her schedule, the importance of self-care and play, handling boring tasks, and calendar management, Kate leaves a message of how one can write their own life stories.

Go to erictivers.com/93 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Go to coachingrewired.com or call 224‒993‒9450 to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group.

Go to CHADD.org for more information on CHADD's upcoming Annual International Conference on ADHD from November 12–14, 2015 in New Orleans. Eric will be presenting on Nov. 14th with "Hi-Tech & Low Tech Solutions for Supercharging Your Productivity".

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Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP93_-_1208-2.mp3
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 Operator of ADD Crusher, an online instructional video program focused on helping those with ADHD learn various management strategies and "brain hacks," Alan Brown discusses on the show his path from drug addict to successful entrepreneur, and how the fear of failure can be both a hindrance and a motivator. Covering a number of productivity ideas and strategies, Alan addresses the role good habit-building and self-worth play in working toward one's goals.

Go to erictivers.com/92 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Go to coachingrewired.com or call 224‒993‒9450 to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group.

Go to CHADD.org for more information on CHADD's upcoming Annual International Conference on ADHD from November 12–14, 2015 in New Orleans. Eric will be presenting on Nov. 14th with "Hi-Tech & Low Tech Solutions for Supercharging Your Productivity".

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Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP92_-_1201-2.mp3
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A Princeton professor of neuroscience and psychology, Dr. Sabine Kastner talks in-depth about the mechanics of sensory processing, filtering, and the brain's attention network. Currently on the forefront of many forms of ADHD research, Dr. Sabine discusses her theories on emerging results and provides a great insight into the interesting and complex work under way.

[Note: The pre-interview talk for this episode concludes at 0:14:44.]

Go to erictivers.com/91 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Go to coachingrewired.com or call 224‒993‒9450 to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group.

Go to CHADD.org for more information on CHADD's upcoming Annual International Conference on ADHD from November 12–14, 2015 in New Orleans. Eric will be presenting on Nov. 14th with "Hi-Tech & Low Tech Solutions for Supercharging Your Productivity".

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Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP91_-_1124-3.mp3
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 Procrastination expert and professor of psychology Tim Pychyl walks through the reality of procrastination, its definition, and how people can learn to manage it. Covering the role emotion plays in procrastination, Pychyl also addresses mental strategies, those for productivity, and handling his own procrastination challenges while writing a chapter for a book.

Go to erictivers.com/90 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

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Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP90_-_1117-2.mp3
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A coach for high-demand professionals, Casey Dixon went on a search for methods to use for her practice and found mindfulness. Discussing her winding path from college to head of a school and later to her coaching practice, Casey talks of the substantial differences the practice of mindfulness can make to those with ADHD.

Go to erictivers.com/89 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Go to coachingrewired.com or call 224‒993‒9450 to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group.

Go to CHADD.org for more information on CHADD's upcoming Annual International Conference on ADHD from November 12–14, 2015 in New Orleans. Eric will be presenting on Nov. 14th with "Hi-Tech & Low Tech Solutions for Supercharging Your Productivity".

For a free audio-book download from our sponsor Audible.com, please visit AudibleTrial.com/ADHDreWired

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Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP89_-_1110.mp3
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Helping those with ADHD for the past 20 years, Robin Nordmeyer shares her thoughts and strategies on handling procrastination in this episode. Robin discusses her own experiences with procrastination, walks through some common triggers and behaviors of those suffering from it alongside their solutions, and compares a number of tales of procrastination with host Eric.

Go to erictivers.com/88 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Go to coachingrewired.com or call 224‒993‒9450 to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group.

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Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP88_-_1103-2.mp3
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Diagnosed with ADHD just this past summer, Kent Kersey has ventured into the world of ADHD management. A professor of theology at Corban University, Kent tells of how his success made it harder for some to think he had ADHD, the changing nature of education in the information age, and how he discussed his ADHD with his boss in a productive way.

Go to erictivers.com/87 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Go to coachingrewired.com or call 224‒993‒9450 to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group.

Go to CHADD.org for more information on CHADD's upcoming Annual International Conference on ADHD from November 12–14, 2015 in New Orleans. Eric will be presenting on Nov. 14th with "Hi-Tech & Low Tech Solutions for Supercharging Your Productivity".

Go to ADHDexpo.com to register for the free online ADHD Awareness Expo happening from October 25–31, 2015. 26 ADHD experts will be presenting across the six days. Eric will be presenting on Thursday, October 29th at 12 PM (CDT) about productivity and vulnerability.

Connect with people virtually using Eric's favorite video conferencing and connectivity platform, Zoom, by visiting erictivers.com/zoom – the basic service is totally free.

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Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP87_-_1027-2.mp3
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Dealing with the shame that often comes with attempts to be productive is the theme of this multi-guest episode. Hosting again from the Blab live streaming platform, Eric interviews a number of guests about their personal struggles with productivity and shame, covering topics including authenticity, letting people be who they are, medication, lying, and perfection.

Go to erictivers.com/86 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Go to coachingrewired.com or call 224‒993‒9450 to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group.

Go to CHADD.org for more information on CHADD's upcoming Annual International Conference on ADHD from November 12–14, 2015 in New Orleans. Eric will be presenting on Nov. 14th with "Hi-Tech & Low Tech Solutions for Supercharging Your Productivity".

Go to ADHDexpo.com to register for the free online ADHD Awareness Expo happening from October 25–31, 2015. 26 ADHD experts will be presenting across the six days. Eric will be presenting on Thursday, October 29th at 12 PM (CDT) about productivity and vulnerability.

Connect with people virtually using Eric's favorite video conferencing and connectivity platform, Zoom, by visiting erictivers.com/zoom – the basic service is totally free.

For a free audio-book download from our sponsor Audible.com, please visit AudibleTrial.com/ADHDreWired

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Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP86_-_1020-2.mp3
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Chatting about their personal stories and experiences, a half-dozen guests join in a discussion about ADHD. As part of ADHD Awareness Month, host Eric Tivers conducted a live-streaming broadcast on the Blab platform featuring members of the ADHD community providing their own perspectives, thoughts, and knowledge on the disorder that at least 15 million Americans have.

Go to erictivers.com/85 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Go to coachingrewired.com or call 224‒993‒9450 to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group.

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Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP85_-_1013.mp3
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Known as Miss ADD, Justine Rutolo has worked as an ADHD life coach for the past 22 years. Guiding us through her story of being labeled as lazy, stupid, and a procrastinator in school, her initial motivation to manage her behaviors, addressing and mending family issues, and the great difference meditation has made for her ADHD, Justine discusses the principals and strategies that have changed her life and allowed her to even see her ADHD as a gift.

Go to erictivers.com/84 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Go to coachingrewired.com or call 224‒993‒9450 to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group.

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Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP84_-_1006-2.mp3
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Don Baker from Unpacking ADHD joins Eric to discuss both the story of how he came from excessive alcohol and marijuana use to being a therapist and his goals for developing the Unpacking ADHD community. Along the way, Don discusses the effects of dietary change and marijuana on treatment of ADHD symptoms, the role emotion plays in the lives of those with ADHD, and how inspiration, energy, and enthusiasm make a better therapist.

Go to erictivers.com/83 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Go to coachingrewired.com or call 224‒993‒9450 to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group.

Connect with people virtually using Eric's favorite video conferencing and connectivity platform, Zoom, by visiting erictivers.com/zoom – the basic service is totally free.

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Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP83_-_0929-2.mp3
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82 | Nutrition for the ADHD Brain

With a focus on nutrition for the busy and business-minded, Karl Pilz joins Eric to break down the basics of how the foods we eat can have a dramatic effect on the way we are able to think and operate. Covering the mechanics of protein, carbohydrates, fats, and amino acids, Karl connects their effects to focus, alertness, confidence, bodily health, and even sleep quality.

Go to erictivers.com/82 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Go to coachingrewired.com or call 224‒993‒9450 to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group.

Connect with people virtually using Eric's favorite video conferencing and connectivity platform, Zoom, by visiting erictivers.com/zoom – the basic service is totally free.

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Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP82_-_0922.mp3
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A clinical social worker for over three decades, Linnea LoPresti talks through the shame and fear parents with ADHD have to deal with. Through covering topics of responsibility, mistakes, perception of one's strengths and weaknesses, shame, and parental fear, Linnea provides a view into how parents and children with ADHD can influence and help each other.

Go to erictivers.com/81 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Go to coachingrewired.com or call 224‒993‒9450 to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group.

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Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP81_-_0915-2.mp3
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Diagnosed with ADHD only a year ago, guest Maria Billing made it a goal to research and find strategies to help her better control her life. An avid nature enthusiast with a penchant for idea hopping, Maria has ended up a world traveler with an assortment of hobbies. Maria discusses how, through the ADHD reWired coaching group, she redefined how she viewed success and failure, and the many strategies she uses for productivity.

Go to erictivers.com/80 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Go to coachingrewired.com or call 224‒993‒9450 to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group.

Connect with people virtually using Eric's favorite video conferencing and connectivity platform, Zoom, by visiting erictivers.com/zoom – the basic service is totally free.

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Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP80_-_0908.mp3
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Coach and public speaker Elaine Taylor-Klaus of Impact ADHD joins us to discuss her work helping to train parents of children with ADHD. Elaine provides helpful and tips and perspectives on the role of parents in an ADHD household and what they can do to help their children succeed in both academics and life.

Go to erictivers.com/79 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Go to coachingrewired.com or call 224‒993‒9450 to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group.

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Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP79_-_0901-2.mp3
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An ADHD coach and guidance counselor, Brendan Mahan talks in detail about The Wall of Awful, his metaphor that functions as a tool to help discuss the role emotion plays in dealing ADHD. Describing the Wall of Awful in detail, Brendan breaks down how it applies to both children and adults, how people construct their personal walls, and how they can successfully climb them.

Go to erictivers.com/78 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Go to coachingrewired.com or call 224‒993‒9450 to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group.

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Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP78_-_0825-2.mp3
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A mother of four with a full-time job, Katrina Anderson talks this episode about an array of topics, ranging from strategies for managing her life, to time management, personal strengths and weaknesses, grocery shopping, facial expressions, and many places in between. First listening to ADHD reWired as a mother looking for tips to help raise her son, Katrina is now a guest helping others with her relatable stories.

Go to erictivers.com/77 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Go to coachingrewired.com or call 224‒993‒9450 to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group.

Connect with people virtually using Eric's favorite video conferencing and connectivity platform, Zoom, by visiting erictivers.com/zoom – the basic service is totally free.

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Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP77_-_0818.mp3
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Diagnosed at a young age with ADHD and anxiety, Jaclyn Atkins walks us through her experiences in primary school, college, and afterward. Having addressed her ADHD for all but a few years of her life, Jaclyn shares some of the lessons she has learned, many tips and strategies, how she has overcome tragedy, and her path forward from where she is now.

Go to erictivers.com/76 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Go to coachingrewired.com or call 224‒993‒9450 to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group.

Connect with people virtually using Eric's favorite video conferencing and connectivity platform, Zoom, by visiting erictivers.com/zoom – the basic service is totally free.

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Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP76_-_0811-2.mp3
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Feeling sometimes ashamed of his ADHD when dealing with others, Adam Muller of ADHD Collective joins Eric to try to address his apprehensions and attempt to allow himself to be more vulnerable. Filled with stories of his experiences, Adam talks in this episode about his journey across jobs, creative endeavors, and life experiences in a way that helps better show how he came to his current direction and starting ADHD Collective.

Go to erictivers.com/75 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Go to coachingrewired.com or call 224‒993‒9450 to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group.

Connect with people virtually using Eric's favorite video conferencing and connectivity platform, Zoom, by visiting erictivers.com/zoom – the basic service is totally free.

For a free audio-book download from our sponsor Audible.com, please visit AudibleTrial.com/ADHDreWired

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Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP75_-_0804.mp3
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Diets, mindful eating, and managing bad tendencies with food are the topics of this episode, whose returning guest is  Dr. Roberto Olivardia, a clinical instructor of psychology at Harvard. In the field of eating disorders for twenty years, Dr. Olivardia discusses links to ADHD alongside stories and experiences of managing diet, food groups, and the necessity of being mindful of one's eating habits. Host Eric Tivers and Dr. Olivardia also mention exercise and how it can relate to diet.

Go to erictivers.com/74 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Go to coachingrewired.com or call 224‒993‒9450 to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group.

Connect with people virtually using Eric's favorite video conferencing and connectivity platform, Zoom, by visiting erictivers.com/zoom – the basic service is totally free.

For a free audio-book download from our sponsor Audible.com, please visit AudibleTrial.com/ADHDreWired

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Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP74_-_0728.mp3
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This week’s guest is Doug Harris.  Doug was a part of the second ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group.  Through that group, Eric came to know Doug as a person with a gift for distilling the essence of situations into bite-size synopses encapsulated with humor.  He also came to know Doug as not-your-average-Mensa man.  In this episode, Doug explains the concept of twice-exceptional and describes his frustrations, his free-range thinking, and his future in the ADHD coaching community.

Go to erictivers.com/73 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Go to coachingrewired.com or call 224‒993‒9450 to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group.

Connect with people virtually using Eric's favorite video conferencing and connectivity platform, Zoom, by visiting erictivers.com/zoom – the basic service is totally free.

For a free audio-book download from our sponsor Audible.com, please visit AudibleTrial.com/ADHDreWired

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Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP73_-_0721.mp3
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Ryan McRae spent nine years as a resident director of a college campus.  During that time, he taught freshman seminar, a course that introduced students to the differences between high school and college and provided them with what he described as the “toolbox for college success.”  In this episode, Ryan shares some of his go-to tools for building a successful life through college and beyond.

Go to erictivers.com/72 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Go to coachingrewired.com or call 224‒993‒9450 to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group, which is starting in June.

Connect with people virtually using Eric's favorite video conferencing and connectivity platform, Zoom, by visiting erictivers.com/zoom – the basic service is totally free.

For a free audio-book download from our sponsor Audible.com, please visit AudibleTrial.com/ADHDreWired

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Visit chadd.org for information on improving the lives of people affected by ADHD.

Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP72_-_0714.mp3
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Radio host, author, and financial advisor Beau Henderson talks today about managing money and living a financially stable life. Discussing topics ranging from saving on a low income and retirement, to financial education and insurance, Beau discusses some common missteps people usually make alongside strategies useful for those with ADHD. Later in the episode, Beau answers a number of questions sent in by listeners.

Go to erictivers.com/71 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Go to coachingrewired.com or call 224‒993‒9450 to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group.

Connect with people virtually using Eric's favorite video conferencing and connectivity platform, Zoom, by visiting erictivers.com/zoom – the basic service is totally free.

For a free audio-book download from our sponsor Audible.com, please visit AudibleTrial.com/ADHDreWired

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Visit chadd.org for information on improving the lives of people affected by ADHD.

Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP71_-_0707.mp3
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Co-host of the Tom Nardone Show podcast, Yvonne Nardone joins Eric to talk through her personal story involving manic depression, discovering she had ADHD, and its effect on her interplay with her husband Tom, who also has ADHD. Battling depression and anxiety at a young age, Yvonne was eventually able to find a treatment regimen that suited her, learning lessons of mindfulness along the way. Not one to shy away from a good story, Yvonne details a number of stories of her and Tom's quirky relationship.

Go to erictivers.com/70 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Eric has set September 14th as the start date of the Fall session of the ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability Group. If you are interested in reserving a spot in the group, visit coachingrewired.com.

Connect with people virtually using Eric's favorite video conferencing and connectivity platform, Zoom, by visiting erictivers.com/zoom – the basic service is totally free.

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Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP70_-_0630-2.mp3
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Host of the ReLaunch podcast and author of Finding Your Voice, Joel Boggess joins Eric to discuss how relaunching, whether in business or in life, is an important ingredient to success. Joel describes his transition from radio and TV broadcaster to successful host of multiple podcasts. Having to recover from a traumatic accident as a child, he mentions how the themes of relaunching and finding one's voice have directly steered his life.

Go to erictivers.com/69 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Go to coachingrewired.com or call 224‒993‒9450 to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group, which is starting in June.

Connect with people virtually using Eric's favorite video conferencing and connectivity platform, Zoom, by visiting erictivers.com/zoom – the basic service is totally free.

For a free audio-book download from our sponsor Audible.com, please visit AudibleTrial.com/ADHDreWired

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Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP69_-_0623-2.mp3
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Diagnosed with both autism and ADHD, Narise Connor is a college student who has had to learn to understand the unique challenges in her life. Narsie discusses topics including managing one's sensory processing, avoiding "autistic overload", gender identity intersecting with ADHD and autism, and more.

Go to erictivers.com/68 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Go to coachingrewired.com, call 224‒993‒9450, or visit meetme.so/erictivers and choose the first option with the ADHD reWired logo to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group, which is starting in June.

Connect with people virtually using Eric's favorite video conferencing and connectivity platform, Zoom, by visiting erictivers.com/zoom – the basic service is totally free.

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Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP68_-_0616.mp3
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Following a sixteen-year stint at TBS's Dinner and a Movie TV show, stand-up comedian Paul Gilmartin dedicated his time to hosting his podcast, The Mental Illness Happy Hour. After his personal struggles with recurring depression, Paul decided to start his podcast as a means to more openly discuss the issues surrounding mental illness in a unique, personal, and sometimes darkly comedic way. Paul shares how he has sought to combat some of the shame associated with mental illnesses, alongside his own personal story of transitioning from TV to podcasting and facing life's "awfulsome" moments.

Go to erictivers.com/65 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Go to coachingrewired.com or call 224‒993‒9450 to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group, which is starting in June.

Connect with people virtually using Eric's favorite video conferencing and connectivity platform, Zoom, by visiting erictivers.com/zoom – the basic service is totally free.

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A certified instructor of CHADD's Parent to Parent program, Jane Milrod visits to tell of raising and finding support for her two children with different types of ADHD. From struggling with bad advice and obtaining IEPs to starting her local CHADD chapter, training other parents to be knowledgeable advocates, and the benefits of helping one another to gain knowledge and power, Jane establishes just how useful CHADD, its training programs, and the ADHD community, can be.

Go to erictivers.com/66 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Go to coachingrewired.com or call 224‒993‒9450 to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group, which is starting in June.

Connect with people virtually using Eric's favorite video conferencing and connectivity platform, Zoom, by visiting erictivers.com/zoom – the basic service is totally free.

For a free audio-book download from our sponsor Audible.com, please visit AudibleTrial.com/ADHDreWired

Help the CHADD organization by donating to their fundraising campaign here: gofundme.com/oneof15m.

Visit chadd.org for information on improving the lives of people affected by ADHD.

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In an unusual twist, previous guest Carolyn D'Argenio returns to the show to interview host Eric Tivers. For either long-time listeners or new audience members, this is a nice episode exploring though topics ranging across Eric's history with ADHD and his podcast, the differences between therapy and coaching, psychological defense mechanisms, and a dog barking in the background. Many suggestions for audiobooks abound alongside helpful applications, and an especially long Random Question Round.

Go to erictivers.com/65 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Visit erictivers.com/t1d for a link to Carolyn D'Argenio's type 1 diabetes crowd-funding campaign for her son.

Go to coachingrewired.com or call 224‒993‒9450 to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group, which is starting in June.

Connect with people virtually using Eric's favorite video conferencing and connectivity platform, Zoom, by visiting erictivers.com/zoom – the basic service is totally free.

For a free audio-book download from our sponsor Audible.com, please visit AudibleTrial.com/ADHDreWired

Help the CHADD organization by donating to their fundraising campaign here: gofundme.com/oneof15m.

Visit chadd.org for information on improving the lives of people affected by ADHD.

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Creator of productivity software Freedom, Fred Stutzman joins us to talk about distractions associated with technology, some interesting stories of how people have handled them, and the future of his software. Other topics addressed include the shame of lacking impulse control, the genesis of Freedom, and more.

Go to erictivers.com/64 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Go to coachingrewired.com or call 224‒993‒9450 to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group, which is starting in June.

Visit erictivers.com/t1d for a link to Carolyn D'Argenio's type 1 diabetes crowd-funding campaign for her son.

Connect with people virtually using Eric's favorite video conferencing and connectivity platform, Zoom, by visiting erictivers.com/zoom – the basic service is totally free.

For a free audio-book download from our sponsor Audible.com, please visit AudibleTrial.com/ADHDreWired

Help the CHADD organization by donating to their fundraising campaign here: gofundme.com/oneof15m.

Visit chadd.org for information on improving the lives of people affected by ADHD.

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Renowned professor, educator, and author of numerous ADHD books and clinical manuals, Dr. Russell Barkley talks about the mechanics and ideas behind many core ADHD concepts. Ranging from executive functions, to neuroimaging, to public perception and more, Dr. Barkley shares knowledge from his extensive research and informed perspective on ADHD, breaking down its basic concepts in an understandable and approachable way.

Go to erictivers.com/63 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Go to coachingrewired.com or call 224‒993‒9450 to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group, which is starting in June.

Visit erictivers.com/t1d for a link to Carolyn D'Argenio's type 1 diabetes crowd-funding campaign for her son.

Connect with people virtually using Eric's favorite video conferencing and connectivity platform, Zoom, by visiting erictivers.com/zoom – the basic service is totally free.

For a free audio-book download from our sponsor Audible.com, please visit AudibleTrial.com/ADHDreWired

Help the CHADD organization by donating to their fundraising campaign here: gofundme.com/oneof15m.

Visit chadd.org for information on improving the lives of people affected by ADHD.

Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP63_-_0512.mp3
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When Carolyn D'Argenio's son was two years old, he was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. Carolyn, herself diagnosed with ADHD, has had to manage the uncommon challenge of tending to her son's extensive needs alongside her ADHD. Here, Carolyn shares with us her story, some strategies, and information that hopefully will better inform others of the interplay between these two conditions while  maybe even saving lives.

Go to erictivers.com/62 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Help Carolyn fund the purchase of a new CGM system for her son, so she can more easily monitor his blood glucose levels and better ensure his safety.  Visit erictivers.com/t1d for a link to the crowd-funding campaign.

Go to coachingrewired.com to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group, which is most likely starting in early May.

Connect with people virtually using Eric's favorite video conferencing and connectivity platform, Zoom, by visiting erictivers.com/zoom – the basic service is totally free.

For a free audio-book download from our sponsor Audible.com, please visit AudibleTrial.com/ADHDreWired

Help the CHADD organization by donating to their fundraising campaign here: gofundme.com/oneof15m.

Visit chadd.org for information on improving the lives of people affected by ADHD.

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Writer and blogger René Brooks-Guthridge offers perspective on some of the reasons why people may avoid or be apprehensive toward issues of mental health. With her family, relatives, and often others in her community reluctant to acknowledge ADHD as a concern, René talks about how social stigmas resulting from cultural history, alongside generational differences, may have lead to the current situation, and why vulnerability and transparency may be the start toward a solution.

Go to erictivers.com/61 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Read René's blog here: blackgirllostkeys.com.

Take Eric's survey for his upcoming ebook and be entered to win a prize: erictivers.com/ebook

Go to coachingrewired.com to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group, which is most likely starting in early May.

Help the CHADD organization by donating to their fundraising campaign here: gofundme.com/oneof15m.

Connect with people virtually using Eric's favorite video conferencing and connectivity platform, Zoom, by visiting erictivers.com/zoom – the basic service is totally free.

For a free audio-book download from our sponsor Audible.com, please visit AudibleTrial.com/ADHDreWired

Visit chadd.org for information on improving the lives of people affected by ADHD.

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Emigrating from China to the US at age 16, Jia Jiang set a goal of becoming an entrepreneur. However, after struggling through college with ADHD, leaving his job mere days after his son was born, and later starting his own business only to be rejected funding, Jia found himself intensely fearful of rejection and failure. Jia talks with Eric about the interesting steps he took to rid himself of that fear and how he turned it into a new direction for his life.

Go to erictivers.com/60 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Read Jia's "100 Days of Rejection" blog here: fearbuster.com/100-days-of-rejection-therapy

Take Eric's survey for his upcoming ebook and be entered to win a prize: erictivers.com/ebook

Go to coachingrewired.com to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group, which is most likely starting in early May.

Help the CHADD organization by donating to their fundraising campaign here: gofundme.com/oneof15m.

Connect with people virtually using Eric's favorite video conferencing and connectivity platform, Zoom, by visiting erictivers.com/zoom – the basic service is totally free.

For a free audio-book download from our sponsor Audible.com, please visit AudibleTrial.com/ADHDreWired

Visit chadd.org for information on improving the lives of people affected by ADHD.

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An ADHD marriage consultant, therapist, and author of a number of related books, Melissa Orlov stops by to discuss common problem areas, issues of intimacy, handling of conflicts, what to know when entering a relationship with ADHD, and more. Host Eric asks Melissa some marriage-related questions as posed by the ADHD reWired community.

Go to erictivers.com/59 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Get a $25 discount off Melissa's new course on recovering intimacy with the code "rewired". Go to her website, adhdmarriage.com, and look for the course on the front page.

Take Eric's survey for his upcoming ebook and be entered to win a prize: erictivers.com/ebook

Go to coachingrewired.com to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group, which is most likely starting in early May.

Help the CHADD organization by donating to their fundraising campaign here: gofundme.com/oneof15m.

Connect with people virtually using Eric's favorite video conferencing and connectivity platform, Zoom, by visiting erictivers.com/zoom – the basic service is totally free.

For a free audio-book download from our sponsor Audible.com, please visit AudibleTrial.com/ADHDreWired

Visit chadd.org for information on improving the lives of people affected by ADHD.

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Stephanie Sarkis returns to discuss natural non-medicinal strategies and methods for dealing with ADHD, the topic of her upcoming book. Covering information on exercise, diets, omega fatty acids, dietary supplements, mindfulness, and meditation, Stephanie provides a wealth of knowledge about each method's advantages, disadvantages, and quirks.

Go to erictivers.com/58 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Take Eric's survey for his upcoming ebook and be entered to win a prize: erictivers.com/ebook

Help the CHADD organization by donating to their fundraising campaign here: gofundme.com/oneof15m.

Connect with people virtually using Eric's favorite video conferencing and connectivity platform, Zoom, by visiting erictivers.com/zoom – the basic service is totally free.

For a free audio-book download from our sponsor Audible.com, please visit AudibleTrial.com/ADHDreWired

Visit chadd.org for information on improving the lives of people affected by ADHD.

Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP58_-_0407.mp3
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Author, PhD, and counselor Stephanie Sarkis discusses how to deal with finances and money alongside ADHD. With most financial tasks concerning detailed multi-step processes, they can be hard to manage for those with ADHD; Stephanie provides a number of tips, tricks, and suggestions to help deal with taxes, financial planning, budgeting, and more.

Go to erictivers.com/57 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Help the CHADD organization by donating to their fundraising campaign here: gofundme.com/oneof15m.

Go to coachingrewired.com to let Eric know if you're interested in joining the next ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group, which is most likely starting in early May.

Connect with people virtually using Eric's favorite video conferencing and connectivity platform, Zoom, by visiting erictivers.com/zoom – the basic service is totally free.

For a free audio-book download from our sponsor Audible.com, please visit AudibleTrial.com/ADHDreWired

Visit chadd.org for information on improving the lives of people affected by ADHD.

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Positive thinking is the topic of discussion today, as host Eric Tivers talks about the nature of positive versus negative thoughts, how they relate to his personal life and struggles with ADHD, prioritizing certain thoughts over others, and how our thought patterns can become habits.

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Go to erictivers.com/56 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Eric is collecting videos describing people's experiences with CHADD. If you are currently involved with CHADD, record a video however you wish (horizontally, please!) of you describing your relationship to ADHD and what CHADD does for you. Send it to Eric via Facebook, Twitter, or email here: eric@erictivers.com.

Help the CHADD organization by donating to their fundraising campaign here: gofundme.com/oneof15m.

Connect with people virtually using Eric's favorite video conferencing and connectivity platform, Zoom, by visiting erictivers.com/zoom – the basic service is totally free.

For a free audio-book download from our sponsor Audible.com, please visit AudibleTrial.com/ADHDreWired

Visit chadd.org for information on improving the lives of people affected by ADHD.

Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP56_-_0324.mp3
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Ari Tuckman and Eric discuss Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD) and its recent funding push to save the organization. CHADD is a national non-profit organization providing education, research, support, and advocacy for the fifteen million people in the United States with ADHD.

Go to erictivers.com/1in15m for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Help the CHADD organization by donating to their fundraising campaign here: gofundme.com/oneof15m.

Visit chadd.org for information on improving the lives of people affected by ADHD.

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Psychologist and author Ari Tuckman discusses with us how sex and intimacy intersect with ADHD. Ari delves into common sex-related relationship issues ADHD couples encounter and provides an informed perspective with potential strategies, responses, and various factors to consider. Topics range from dealing with the dichotomy between those with and without ADHD, how people's style of processing information can affect their relationship, introducing new sexual thoughts to a partner, and more.

Take Ari Tuckman's ADHD Relationship Sex Survey: http://www.adhdrelationshipsexsurvey.com/

Go to erictivers.com/55 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Help the CHADD organization by donating to their fundraising campaign here: erictivers.com/chadd or  gofundme.com/oneof15m.

Connect with people virtually using Eric's favorite video conferencing and connectivity platform, Zoom, by visiting erictivers.com/zoom – the basic service is totally free.

For a free audio-book download from our sponsor Audible.com, please visit AudibleTrial.com/ADHDreWired

Visit chadd.org for information on improving the lives of people affected by ADHD.

Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP55_-_0316-2.mp3
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Tom Nardone of ADHDpeople.net returns to the podcast to chat with Eric about a wide variety of topics, from podcasting, motivation, and laziness, to sleep habits and more. Amongst a plethora of other topics, Eric discusses his post-vacation struggles with motivation, Tom and Eric talk about the definition of the word "lazy", and both give shout-outs to a bunch of others in the ADHD community.

Go to erictivers.com/54 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Help the CHADD organization by donating to their fundraising campaign here: gofundme.com/oneof15m.

Connect with people virtually using Eric's favorite video conferencing and connectivity platform, Zoom, by visiting erictivers.com/zoom – the basic service is totally free.

If you're interested in being a part of the next ADHD reWired Accountability Group, please visit erictivers.com/coachingrewired

For a free audio-book download from our sponsor Audible.com, please visit AudibleTrial.com/ADHDreWired

Visit chadd.org for information on improving the lives of people affected by ADHD.

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Peter Shankman, entrepreneur, author, social media strategy expert, and mastermind group organizer, talks of his thoughts and experiences with ADHD, social media, work, and more. With a busy lifestyle to match his ADHD, Peter shows how working with his ADHD has not just changed, but improved his work and life, while speaking of strategies that have worked best for him.

Go to erictivers.com/53 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Help the CHADD organization by donating to their fundraising campaign here: gofundme.com/oneof15m.

Visit chadd.org for information on improving the lives of people affected by ADHD.

For a free audio-book download from our sponsor Audible.com, please visit AudibleTrial.com/ADHDreWired

Connect with people virtually using Eric's favorite video conferencing and connectivity platform, Zoom, by visiting erictivers.com/zoom – the basic service is totally free.

Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP53_-_0302.mp3
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Attention coach and host of the Attention Talk Radio podcast, Jeff Copper joins us to talk through his history with not just ADHD, but dyslexia as well. Providing insight and examples his personal experiences, Jeff describes his mentality regarding his dyslexia, coaching, and how following the path his attention laid out for him has lead him to success.

Go to erictivers.com/52 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

Help the CHADD organization by donating to their fundraising campaign here: gofundme.com/oneof15m.

If you're interested in being a part of the next ADHD reWired Accountability Group, please visit erictivers.com/coachingewwired

For a free audio-book download from our sponsor Audible.com, please visit AudibleTrial.com/ADHDreWired

Visit chadd.org for information on improving the lives of people affected by ADHD.

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A "social media stylist" who has worked in a variety of fields from video to marketing, to radio talkshow host, and more, Grant Crowell joins us to discuss both his winding journey to where he is today as well as his thoughts and goals towards social media. From struggling financially, to paying taxes late, and struggling to stay focused on the work he was given, Grant later found work he was motivated about, rebuilt his life, and seeks to help people build their social intelligence in the digital age.

Go to erictivers.com/51 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

If you're interested in being a part of the next ADHD reWired Accountability Group, please visit erictivers.com/coachingewwired

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Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP51_-_0216.mp3
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For the fiftieth episode of ADHD reWired, host Eric Tivers includes the community that made the show as successful as it has become. Fifteen friends of the show, including a number of previous guests, join in a fray to share stories, personal strategies, applications, and tools they use help themselves accommodate their ADHD. They also try to name a stuffed monkey!

Go to erictivers.com/50 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

If you're interested in being a part of the next ADHD reWired Accountability Group, please visit erictivers.com/coachingewwired

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Raising her son while pursuing her passion in college, guest Precious Mackey talks of challenges and tribulations she has dealt with over her life, as well as her path to finding a solution though understanding her ADHD. Until she was diagnosed not long ago, and despite having exemplary grades throughout most of school, Precious' sporadic study practices and workload between school and life had become too much to handle. Listen as Precious walks through various points in her life where ADHD played a part, providing motivation and inspiration for others along the way.

Go to erictivers.com/49 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

If you're interested in being a part of the next ADHD reWired Accountability Group, please visit erictivers.com/coachingewwired

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Host Eric Tivers assesses his actions over the past week in preparation for the launch of his coaching group and how a different approach may have been fine. Addressing the audience on a more personal note, Eric talks about the challenges he's dealt with in the form of a list of steps to bring oneself back on track.

Go to erictivers.com/48 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

If you're interested in being a part of the next ADHD reWired Accountability Group, please visit erictivers.com/coachingewwired

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Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP48_-_0126.mp3
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Host Eric Tivers talks with the audience about preparing his upcoming Coaching and Accountability Group, preparing for a presentation he will soon give at a local school, dealing with the stress of a work overload, and much more, all while driving to a speaking event. This episode also features a special (read: extra long) introduction and ending by a group of fellow ADHD reWired coaching group members.

Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP47_-_0119.mp3
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A trainer, consultant, and expert for Microsoft Excel, Oz du Soleil joins us to discuss not only the near-infinite possibility and flexibility of Excel, but also the trials and tribulations of his time struggling against ADHD prior to being diagnosed. From his time at the Navy's Nuclear Power School though to his future job where he discovered his affinity for Excel and data management, Oz has become aware of both his strengths and his shortcomings and seeks to own all of it while moving forward with his life. Oz answers many of Eric's questions regarding Excel and shows his passion for the complex data management and structuring that has outlined his career.

Go to erictivers.com/46 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

If you're interested in being a part of the next ADHD reWired Accountability Group, please visit erictivers.com/coachingewwired

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Visit chadd.org for information on improving the lives of people affected by ADHD.

Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP46_-_0112.mp3
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Founder of MasterPresenting.com, Ryan McRae joins us to discuss the variety of life and productivity strategies that have helped him manage the ADHD he refers to as his "four-year-olds". With suggestions and recommendations about note-taking, helpful software applications, and how he organizes content for presentations, Ryan's life experiences have helped him develop methods that work to make his life manageable. Working as a college residential director, a radiation trainer in Afghanistan, a deaf educator, and more, Ryan's varied jobs have allowed him to explore many interesting ways to deal with his ADHD.

Go to erictivers.com/#1ep-38 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

If you're interested in being a part of the next ADHD reWired Accountability Group, please visit erictivers.com/coachingewwired

For a free audio-book download from our sponsor Audible.com, please visit AudibleTrial.com/ADHDreWired

Visit chadd.org for information on improving the lives of people affected by ADHD.

Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP45_-_0105.mp3
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Coach-in-training, and member of the first ADHD reWired Coaching and Accountability group, Lisa Feinberg talks about her experiences and struggles she met in trying to accomplish her goals. Trying to address her distracting Facebook habits, Lisa wrote about her challenges in an essay posted on Facebook. Looking to perform better at her work while moving towards eventually starting her own coaching practice, Lisa has made use of a number of strategies taught though the accountability group, as well as ones she developed herself. With stories, strategies, and suggestions, Lisa and host Eric Tivers cover a lot of ground related to accountability and moving to accomplish one's goals.

Go to erictivers.com/44 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

If you're interested in being a part of the next ADHD reWired Accountability Group, please visit erictivers.com/coachingewwired

For a free audio-book download from our sponsor Audible.com, please visit AudibleTrial.com/ADHDreWired

Visit chadd.org for information on improving the lives of people affected by ADHD.

Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP44_-_1229.mp3
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Have the best year yet in 2015. Host Eric Tivers breaks down the seven things you can do to make 2015 your best year yet. Though setting and managing one's goals, reflection on what worked and didn't work over the past year, and accountability, Eric provides an excellent framework for moving one's life forward in 2015. Eric covers topics including understanding priorities, perfuming a "brain dump" and mind mapping, building an action plan, laying out a S.M.A.R.T.E.R. plan, and more.

Go to erictivers.com/43 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

If you're interested in being a part of the next ADHD reWired Accountability Group, please visit erictivers.com/coachingewwired

For a free audio-book download from our sponsor Audible.com, please visit AudibleTrial.com/ADHDreWired

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Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP43_-_1219.mp3
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Time management educator and experienced school teacher Marydee Sklar joins us to discuss a ton of tips, tricks, and mentalities surrounding managing one's time. From her history of teaching reading to kids with dyslexia to her development of systems to help herself better manage her lacking internal sense of time, Marydee derived an effective system of teaching time management to those who lack it. Eric and Marydee discuss topics including her curriculum, brain maturation, "folklore" that parents and kids are told, tips for college students to manage time, and much more.

Go to erictivers.com/42 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

If you're interested in being a part of the next ADHD reWired Accountability Group, please visit erictivers.com/coachingewwired

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Visit chadd.org for information on improving the lives of people affected by ADHD.

Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP42_-_1212-2.mp3
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A college student studying the business of the music industry,  Jennifer Ratliff joins us to talk about a variety of topics surrounding being a student while dealing with ADHD. From her time as a teenager dealing with substantial family, school, and life changes, to Topics discussed include the challenges of obtaining some prescription medications and their associated side-effects, learning accommodations made for students with ADHD, writing strategies, and more.

Go to erictivers.com/#1ep-38 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

If you're interested in being a part of the next ADHD reWired Accountability Group, please visit erictivers.com/coachingewwired

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Visit chadd.org for information on improving the lives of people affected by ADHD.

Direct download: Eric_T_-_EP41_-_1204.mp3
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A school teacher and administrator of over twenty-five years, DeShawn Wert made the choice to start helping those parents and children with ADHD through coaching. Motivating and inspiring, DeShawn presents her outlook on living with ADHD while running her business, scheduling clients, optimizing her time, and more. A huge proponent of being true to oneself, she provides advice and enthusiasm towards the goal of finding what each person is best at.

Go to erictivers.com/#1ep-38 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode.

If you're interested in being a part of the next ADHD reWired Accountability Group, please visit erictivers.com/coachingewwired

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Visit chadd.org for information on improving the lives of people affected by ADHD.

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Musician, songwriter, and keynote speaker Jerry Mills walks us through his inspirations and history while playing for us a number of his inspiring songs. An active long-time member of the ADHD community, Jerry has performed at the Adult ADD Conference, CHADD conferences, as well as a wide range of locations across the globe. With his powerful words and tunes, Jerry addresses his life's experiences, and his ADHD, in a way unique and poignant for many across the world.

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Growing up having a hard time understanding and communicating with others in her family, psychologist Jennie Friedman now better understands the ADHD, anxiety, depression, and more they were dealing with. Switching careers in the middle of her life, Jennie decided to focus on becoming an ADHD coach in order to help both those dealing with the disorder and those living with them.  She talks with us further about her philosophies of embracing our differences, the story surrounding her decision to change her career, and more.

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With a history of sleep disorders himself, Dr. Roberto Olivardia talks through his experiences dealing with the effects ADHD can have on sleep. As a clinical instructor of psychology at Harvard Medical School and a specialist in dealing with ADHD, OCD, eating disorders, and more,  Dr. Olivardia shares some of his extensive knowledge with us about various disorders, conditions, and habits relating to sleep. Through addressing these disorders, Dr. Olivardia shows us how one could greatly improve their life.

Go to www.erictivers.com/37 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode. Visit chadd.org for information on improving the lives of people affected by ADHD.

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Comedian, voice artist, writer, and more Patte Rosebank joins us to discuss her journey and struggles with ADHD as a child and how she made the transition into the woman she is today. Covering her early years dealing with bullying, uncaring schools, and even contemplating suicide, Patte describes what changes were made and what motivated her to pursue her current line of work. Which and whose comedy inspired her, how she deals with anxiety prior to a performance, and even a bunch of funny voices are also entertained during the podcast.

Go to www.erictivers.com/36 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode. Visit chadd.org for information on improving the lives of people affected by ADHD.

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What is ADHD, really? In a bonus episode, host Eric Tivers discusses, via analogies and examples, the reality of ADHD. Breaking it down into its separate categories, Eric explains the different standardized presentations of ADHD along with their identifying symptoms. If you or others you know are looking for an introduction to ADHD as a technical topic, this is an ideal place to start.

Go to www.erictivers.com/35 for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode. Visit chadd.org for information on improving the lives of people affected by ADHD.

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"ADHD People" writer Tom Nardone helps to inspire, communicate with, and provide relatable experiences to readers of his two blogs. With many unique perspectives and stories to tell, Tom's goal in running his blogs, at TomNardone.net and ADHDpeople.net, is simply to entertain; the rest is all a bonus. Tom discusses the story behind starting his blogs, an interesting sleeping situation with his wife, progress on his upcoming book, and many other topics via his straight-forward, true-to-oneself nature.

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Writing coach and communications consultant recently diagnosed with ADHD, our guest Helena Bouchez walks us through her story of self awareness and discovery. Having worked around an airport for a number of years, Helena likens some of her strategies for dealing with ADHD to metaphors of flight terminology. Helena also divulges some strategies for writing business emails effectively and making sure that your most important emails aren't riddled with spelling and grammar errors. Also discussed is the idea of optimizing one's time on a particular task versus trying to be perfect.

Go to www.adhdrewired.com for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode. Visit chadd.org for information on improving the lives of people affected by ADHD.

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Helping people take advantage of their time and skill-sets to become more successful entrepreneurs is Daniel Bowling's mission. After working as a talented upholstery tradesman for most of his life, Daniel started out with his own successful small company. Following personal and business fallouts that saw him leaving that company, he now hopes to motivate others like himself to follow their skills, talents, and dreams and to better use their time. Daniel talks of his personal strengths and struggles, sometimes related to ADHD, with which he was recently diagnosed.

Go to www.adhdrewired.com for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode. Visit chadd.org for information on improving the lives of people affected by ADHD.

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Sean Ackerman, host of the You Leading You podcast and an experienced operational manager, joins Eric to talk about his mission to help others achieve their goals. Sean discusses the 2011 flood that took his home and how he recovered following it, how he came to start his podcast and his upcoming Moving it Forward conference, and some methods he uses to keep organized and on schedule.

Go to www.adhdrewired.com for the full show notes and links mentioned in this episode. Visit chadd.org for information on improving the lives of people affected by ADHD.

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John Lee Dumas, host of the award-winning EntrepreneurOnFire podcast and the leader of a trio of web communities that includes Podcasters' Paradise, is my guest this week. We discuss various productivity tips and tricks, perceptions of ADHD, useful software and apps, and more on episode 30 of ADHD reWired.

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Paige Sharma, a mother of three who caught my attention through an astounding open letter she wrote to a long-lost classmate, is our guest today. She talks about her story of ADHD diagnosis, concerns over finding the right doctor to treat her and the difference between some of them, and many of the symptoms she experienced that lead her to seek aid and find more information.

The open letter she wrote, to an old elementary school classmate, is a touching piece that addresses depression, suicide, and how she found motivation.

 

See the full show notes at www.ADHDreWired.com

 

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A balanced lifestyle for the long run...

Kari Gormley is a fellow podcaster, mom, runner and she has ADHD

Kari was diagnosed with ADHD 3 months ago.

We discuss our Red Zone and Green Zone and the importance and challenge of outsourcing.

She gives running tips. Don't worry, Kari is a mid to a back-of the pack runner.

See the full show notes at www.ADHDreWired.com

Also, I was interviewed on Kari's Podcast which was released on the same day as this episode. Go check it out in iTunes or Stitcher.

Check out her show at www.therunninglifestyleshow.com

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Stop on a dime and change directions.  This is a skill for improv on stage, and has great application in relationships. 

Mike Fedel is a professional performer, with a background in comparative philosophy. he has ADHD.  

Focuses on the values of:

  • Play
  • Improvisation
  • Being able to stop on a dime and change the direction of where we're going.

 

An example of Mike and his Wife - Planning a vacation to Chicago

  • He made list of 20 plays and other art and theater institutions he wanted to see
  • His wife's list consisted of the beaches she wanted to go to.

 

Solving disagreements by

  • Needing to let go of your agenda, and really engage in the dialogue
  • Relationships are 100/100 (not 50/50)

 

Words Matter. Would you mind asking us, instead of telling us?  Thank you, we really appreciate it.

Try this when you want to get your spouse ...

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Play as the best non-medication treatment...

Kirsten Milliken, Ph.D, ACC loves play.  

"Playing with others is better than playing with yourself." 

She shares how to add fun into our lives from how we set up our workspace to adding fun music to our workouts.

Check out her website www.PlayDHD.com

 

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ADHD reWired Episode # 25

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Like those of us with ADHD who are experiencing any degree of success, Alan Brown knows in order to be successful, he has to work really hard everyday.

 

Strategies, Productivity Tips & Brain Hacks

 

Alan: "Next time you sit down to work on a hard task: Forcefully, label it, imagine blocking billboard saying “this is what I’m doing now”

 

Quote "Most of our stress does not have from having too much to do, it comes from not finishing what we have began."

 

 

Drawing the distinction between Urgent and Important

It is important to asking yourself, "what do I want to be doing now."

 

To focus on the right things, Alan give all his tasks 3 labels

1. What I’m now

2. The BS

3. The stuff that’s important but what I’m not doing now

 

See more at www.adhdwired.com

 

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Shifting focus from what's wrong to what's right. Terry Matlen is a psychotherapist, coach and author, and runs the website ADDConsults.com  Terry talks about her challenges and how she's learned to create accommodations for herself and her family.  See the full show notes at  www.adhdrewired.com

Ep 24 Interviews from the ADDA Conference 

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Pretending to be normal exhausting. I talk with Linda Roggli, from the ADDiva Network.  We talk about emotional wounds, taking off masks, and being your authentic self.  

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Ep 23 Interviews from the ADDA Conferenc

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Ep 22 Interviews from the ADDA Conference 

On this episode, Eric talks to Rick and Ava Green.  Rick Green is a comedian and star of the PBS "documentaries" ADD and Loving it, and ADD and Mastering it." Ava is his amazing and supportive non-ADD wife who helps manage all the details.  

Check out their amazing website www.totallyadd.com

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Ep 21

Eric Tivers talks with Kim Trumbo, 33, host of Generosity Philosophy, co-host of OK2BeLGBT.  Kim shares strategies for not interrupting. We discuss meds, apps, music for working and more.   

 

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Ep 20 

Eric Tivers talks with Alan Houser, entrepreneur, creative web designer, diagnosed 2 years ago at age 43.  

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