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Faster Than Normal

Having ADD or ADHD is a gift, not a curse. Hear from people all around the globe, from every walk of life, in every profession, from Rock Stars to CEOs, from Teachers to Politicians, who have learned how to unlock the gifts of their ADD and ADHD diagnosis, and use it to their personal and professional advantage, to build businesses, become millionaires, or simply better their lives.
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Jul 25, 2018

In 2010 Shane started what has now become one of the industry leading college recruiting education and exposure services that educates young athletes around the globe on how to achieve their dream of playing collegiate athletics in the United States. He didn’t even own a computer when he invested in penny stocks and got lucky. He then bought a Macbook and incorporated. Now 7 years later he’s working with athletes in 40 countries. Shane has made and learned from many mistakes and shares his story with us here. Enjoy! 

In this episode, Peter and Shane discuss:

1:04- Intro & welcome Shane Howard CEO of Custom College Recruiting, LLC

3:08- So what’s your story & when were you diagnosed?

6:37- What prompted you to go into business for yourself?

12:47- When you decided to go out on your own, did you tell anybody were were ADHD?

14:50- What do you tell people who are just starting out in business?

16:58- Talk about how it feels to fail & what you would advise to combat those feelings?

21:28- What would you say is the number one thing you’ve learned from your mistakes?

23:40- Thank you Shane. How can people find you? 

www.theshanehoward.com  TWITTER: @TheShaneHoward.

INSTA: TheShaneHoward

25:45-  Faster Than Normal Podcast info and credits

As always, leave us a comment below, PLEASE drop us a review on iTunes and of course, subscribe to the podcast if you haven’t already! The more reviews we get, the more people we can reach. Help us to show the world that ADHD is a gift, not a curse! Know of anyone you think should be on the FTN podcast? Shoot us a note – We’d love to hear!

Jul 18, 2018

Roy Scott is the Founder and CEO of H3 Enterprise, an EdTech company powered by the arts, entertainment and social interaction. Considered by many as the "Sesame Street of the 21st Century". With ten plus years of experience in the music industry, a passion for technology and helping the youth, Scott turned what he loved into a business. H3 was launched in 2013, quickly gaining traction through their live engagement and online content, contracting with such companies as Blue Cross Blue Shield, SHAPE America, The LeBron James Family Foundation and many more. Currently, Scott serves as writer and executive producer of H3 content. He has a great skill of cultivating relationships and creating new opportunities through innovation. We first met at a conference in Omaha and I think what he’s doing with H3 and the results he’s getting are amazing. Enjoy! 

In this episode, Peter and Roy discuss:

1:00- Intro and welcome Roy! 

1:50- What is H3 and how did it begin? 

3:33- Countless studies show that movement & activity can lead to massive changes in a kid’s learning; tell us about some of what you’re seeing?

5:05- Tell us about some of the results you are seeing after getting kids active & moving in class

6:32- Getting kids settled down, focused & ready to learn in 45 seconds, versus 5 minutes by using H3 is impressive! Is that result consistent? 

7:43- Why do you think there seems to be such a hesitancy by schools to employ more consistent physical activity into the daily lesson plan?

8:18- On antiquated systems and resources-

9:13- What new techniques are you seeing from new teachers?  (Simpsons ref)

11:16- What’s next for H3? (See the latest here on Twitter)

12:37- What age group tends to benefit the most, or is it universal?

13:23- Roy, how can people find out more out H3 and reach out to you? 

www.https://www.h3tv.com   Twitter: @Healthy_Hip_Hop  

Personal Twitter: @RoyScottBoycott INSTA: @royscott.boycott

13:52- Thank you Roy!!

14:13- Thank you for listening!!

14:29- Faster Than Normal Podcast info and credits

As always, leave us a comment below, PLEASE drop us a review on iTunes and of course, subscribe to the podcast if you haven’t already! The more reviews we get, the more people we can reach. Help us to show the world that ADHD is a gift, not a curse! Know of anyone you think should be on the FTN podcast? Shoot us a note – We’d love to hear!

Jul 11, 2018

If I’m not well organized, then nothing gets done, not on time anyway. Ellen organizes for a living!! She shares some very important advice, along with some time-honed tips & tricks with us today. You might wanna make some notes so you can remember. Here’s little more about Ellen. Enjoy! 

Ellen Delap, professional organizer and productivity consultant, launched Professional-Organizer.com in 2000.  She is an award winning Certified Professional organizer recognized for her contributions in the industry and community.  She has extensive experience in working with ADHD individuals and holds certificates of study in Workplace Productivity, ADD and Chronic Disorganization.  She works with families as a Family Manager Coach. She is currently the President of the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals (NAPO).  Ellen enjoys sharing organizing and productivity tips as well as tricks and techniques as a blogger. She is an accomplished speaker and has been interviewed by ABC13 Houston and the Houston Chronicle.  She holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Smith College and a Master’s degree in education from Boston College. Ellen’s goal is to empower her clients by making a difference in their lives.

In this episode, Peter and Ellen discuss:

:23- Intro and welcome Ellen! President of the National Association of Productivity & Organizing Professionals www.NAPO.net  https://professional-organizer.com  (ref) https://challengingdisorganization.org

1:48- So how does one become a Professional Organizer, Ellen?  (Ref: www.NAPO.net)

3:18- What are 5 things, right off the bat, that people with ADHD, or ADD, or someone in their family can do to get organized?

5:13- How do we break a “just in case I might need this” clutter-keeping mentality?

6:18- What is your advice for parents who are gently trying to guide their children down the road towards practicing good organization?

7:42- Talk a little about the home environment, in regard to structures & organization?

8:55- On exchanging house cleaning services with a friend or co-worker

9:27- How about teaching organization & structure to really young children; any specific thoughts?

11:11- On Dopamine rushes via purging, and getting stuff done! The sensation of accomplishment.

11:49- How can we better organize our Digital world? So many Apps! (over 8 just to make this podcast, in fact heh ;-)

12:51- What advice do you have for college students who will be entering a small dorm room/shared-living environment for the first time this year?

13:55- On maintaining good organizational tools and products.

15:20- What is your One, Ultimate, Top Tip for clients who want to become & stay organized?

16:27- Thank you Ellen! How can we find you?  https://www.napo.net is a very strong resource! Also via https://professional-organizer.com and TWITTER 

18:25-  Faster Than Normal Podcast info and credits

As always, leave us a comment below, PLEASE drop us a review on iTunes and of course, subscribe to the podcast if you haven’t already! The more reviews we get, the more people we can reach. Help us to show the world that ADHD is a gift, not a curse! Know of anyone you think should be on the FTN podcast? Shoot us a note – We’d love to hear!

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