I love podcasts. Whether it's Unlocking Us, The History Chicks, or Pod Save America, you will often find me with earbuds in and a podcast playing.
I recently started listening to the podcast Translating ADHD. From the few episodes I have listed to, it's an insightful show for those living with ADHD, suspect they have ADHD and even those with no brain-based differences.
Cameron Gott, one of the hosts, also co-created the coaching program I am currently enrolled in so I was curious to listen to his podcast. I recently listened to the one about Imposter Syndrome... so good! They discuss how imposter syndrome comes up in our lives as a story we tell ourselves, despite evidence to the contrary.
Many of my organizing clients have told me that they have or suspect they have ADHD. This can definitely impact their home and lives. What I like about this podcast is that both hosts (who also have ADHD) encourage listeners to accept their brain-based difference and see them as both a positive and a negative to their life. It's both. It's not always easy, but in the end, it adds up to who you are and contributes to your unique perspective.
Embracing our brain-based differences and educating ourselves about them can lead us to answers in our life that only we can come up with. Give Translating ADHD a listen and let me know what you think!
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