Introducing The Complex with James and Jules Ochoa
Listen to The Complex on Taking Control: The ADHD Podcast

James Ochoa is back and this time he's brought family! You'll hopefully remember James from our conversation with him last year — author of Focused Forward: Navigating the Storms of Adult ADHD, and founder and director of The Life Empowerment Center in Austin, TX. James joins us with his son Jules, recent grad of the fine Clark University and researcher in cognitive neuroscience… and podcaster! The Ochoas are here to introduce their new podcast, The Complex, a fiction show that aims to unravel the complexities of ADHD through a cadre of eclectic tenants of an apartment. 

Make sure to stay tuned to the very end of the show for a sneak peak at episode one, then go subscribe to the show yourself in your favorite podcast app!

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Hearts for ADHD with Jennifer Kampfe
Jennifer Kampfe FantasticallyFocused.com

Jennifer Kampfe
FantasticallyFocused.com

We get lost with ADHD. Lost in feelings of struggle, lost in time of hyperfocus, lost in loneliness. It doesn’t take long before we build habits around the experience of negativity. But what if you were to change those behaviors and learn to celebrate the positive outcomes of even your smallest achievements? 

Our guest is Jennifer Kampfe, a certified ADHD coach with Fantastically Focused. Jennifer works with children, teens, college students, parents and adults with ADHD and she’s here today to talk about her program, Hearts for ADHD. She’s helping parents and coaches celebrate the strengths and achievements of kids with ADHD, and teaching them to celebrate the same in themselves!

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Q&A with ADDiva Linda Roggli
Linda Roggli

Linda Roggli

Linda Roggli is an award-winning author and founder of the ADDiva Network supporting women who are 40-and-better. As one of the founders of the ADHD Women’s Palooza she’s created an online conversation with the world’s top experts in ADHD and women. After a fantastic conversation last week on the latest research on issues that affect women with ADHD, she’s agreed to stick around this week and take on your questions on parenting, work, tech, and so much more!

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Women & ADHD — The ADHD Women’s Palooza with guest Linda Roggli
Linda Roggli The ADHD Women's Palooza

Linda Roggli
The ADHD Women's Palooza

Linda Roggli is an award-winning author and founder of the ADDiva Network supporting women who are 40-and-better. As one of the founders of the ADHD Women’s Palooza she’s created an online conversation with the world’s top experts in ADHD and women. She’s back on the show today to share the latest research about issues that affect women with ADHD in particular, along with some great reasons you should think about attending the ADHD Women’s Palooza yourself!

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Organizing What You Learn

You’re working hard to learn and grow, to discover new things and be a better person, right? But in that process, how do you catalog and internalize all things you’re learning so that you’ll be able to recall them later and use them when you need them most … even when you don’t know when that will be? This week on the show we’re talking all about organizing our learning — books, classes, podcasts, conferences, and more. Whether you’re a digital or binder person, we’ve got something for you this week!

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How do you choose ADHD-friendy tools?

If you’re on the market for ADHD-friendly tools and resources, you know the search can be a challenging one. That’s because often the people creating the tools for you — even tools that are specifically for ADHDers — don’t actually understand ADHD themselves! Creating supporting tools for the ADHD brain is hard work, and has to be crafted for a special kind of learner. Today, Nikki has some suggestions to help you sort the good from the bad when it comes to building your ADHD support tool chest!

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