Jennie Friedman, an ADHD coach, focuses on helping people who “suffer” from ADHD. We talk about our family’s history of mental illness, about ADHD & how these sorts of barriers & other adversity moments can be your differentiators in your life.
Jennie Friedman created See in ADHD to help promote ADHD awareness and decrease the associated stigma. A professional ADHD coach, she specializes in helping people share their passions with the world. She puts her 20+ years of business development and marketing expertise to work in an ADHD-friendly way, expanding your opportunities for income and connectivity.
Some Questions We Ask:
- Is there a linkage to bipolar or some sort of mental illness and a predisposition to ADD or ADHD?
- Is it actually a disorder? Or is it a different state of being?… How does she look at ADHD and how does she coach her clients?
- What is her thought on medication with ADHD?
- Is there a connection between ADHD and waking up early or struggles of waking up early?
- Are there books that have most influenced her, and why?
- If she could have dinner with one person she admires, past or present, who would it be and why?
What You’ll Learn In This Episode:
- Quick exploration of the neuroscience and psychology of ADHD
- Difference between ADHD and bipolar
- How to take advantage of the positive things of having ADHD
- Specific apps or tactics that are helpful on a day-to-day basis of achieving goals for people with ADHD
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