This week on the show, Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus is back with us to share what he’s learned over the last few weeks in working remotely. From protocol for conducting a great video conference to just how hard he leans on his simple, analog tools to keep productive, Bob’s got some great tools and recommendations for whatever level of home work you’re trying to accomplish!

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Caroline Maguire is back to help us through some thorny communications issues with our kids. Her book, “Why Will No One Play With Me?” has already helped so many in our own community addressing social challenges for our kids. Today, we’re turning the tools she outlines in the book toward living through the pandemic together.

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We’re living through a time of crisis. The pandemic is of course the global medical crisis. But inside each of us, we’re living through our own, individual crises. If you’re living with ADHD, you’re likely keeping an eye on the horizon … the ADHD Storm of the Century is on us and James Ochoa is back to help.

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This week on the show, Nikki and Pete are kicking off a series on communication and starting with a tool that frustrates many: the phone. From addressing social phobia to building and overcoming the fear hierarchy, we’re all about building a new relationship with the phone today… and maybe even conquering your voicemail!

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This week, we’re thrilled to have Ari Tuckman back on the show to talk about ADHD and lies, the situations that are most likely to cause you to push that button, and how to reframe your behavior and make amends if you’ve found yourself in uncomfortable, lie-inducing situations.

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We’re thrilled to have Mike Rohde on the show today, the originator of the Sketchnote. New to sketchnoting? No worries! Mike walks us through what a sketchnote is, how to develop a practice and how to use sketchnoting to embrace and engage information with pen and paper and get it into your head.

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Linda Walker is an ADHD Coach with a special niche: she works with entrepreneurs. If you’ve been listening to our ADHD at Work series wondering when we were going to get to the good stuff, to the budding titans of industry? Today’s your day.

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Can you take on a management or leadership position with ADHD? Absolutely! Not only that, the structure of management in many organizations can be the perfect fit for the way your ADHD brain works. But, it comes with a few caveats.

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This week on the show, we’re talking about the Americans with Disabilities Act and what you need to know to make use of it, plus strategies for making the best of your work experience with ADHD using the resources you have at your disposal already!

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