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The Faster Than Normal Video Course is out! 36 videos to teach you how to take back control of your attention, your time, and your life! Check it out at www.ftncourse.com! ADHD Nation is currently THE hot book to read in the ADHD world. I've read it, and it's a very worthwhile read. I was fortunate to get the author, Alan Schwartz, on the FTN Podcast to discuss the book, his research, and give us his take on ADHD and the pharmaceutical industry. Don't worry, I'm not going off on a "don't take medication ever!" rant. As you know, I'm not anti-medication. But I do believe that throwing our children (or even our adults) on ADHD medication simply because they're not acting like everyone else is a mistake, and medication should be a last resort, not a first strike. I believe that if I were on medication as a kid, my creativity wouldn't have been anywhere near as strong, and I doubt I would be where I am now, in any capacity, from my personal life to my professional life. I believe that by not taking medication, I was able to channel the benefits of my ADHD and truly thrive. Take a listen. This is one of the more serious subjects we've discussed on FTN. As always, I welcome your feedback below. Enjoy the podcast! In this episode, Peter and Alan discuss: Alan's story (01:21) Pitfalls of the education system (03:02) Roles of teachers (06:14) Evolution and the human brain (07:30) Driving force behind quick diagnosis (09:22) The better way (11:47) Older patients (15:57) The temptation of medication (18:02) Exercise (19:54) Links/Mentions Alan Schwarz (Facebook | Website) ADHD Nation (Book) New York Times Calvin and Hobbes Adderall The Simpsons Specialized Bicycles Foundation As always, leave us a comment below, drop us a review on iTunes (PLEASE!) and of course, subscribe to the podcast if you haven't already! Know of anyone you think should be on the FTN podcast? Shoot us a note - We'd love to hear!  
The Faster Than Normal book is in pre-order! Head over to the FTN Book Website to reserve yours today - It comes with some pretty awesome bonuses! And don't forget - We have the #1 online video course for turning your ADHD into a superpower - The FTN Course is 38 three minute videos, watchable at your own pace, covering everything from work, to home life, to exercise and health. Check it out! _____ This week our guest is Dr. Jennifer Hartstein. Dr. Hartstein is currently in private practice in New York City, specializing in the treatment of high-risk children and adolescents. She is the owner and founder of Hartstein Psychological Services, PLLC, a group psychotherapy practice. Dr. Jen is a psychological contributor for NBC’s The Today Show, a national morning news program. She is a Mental Health Core Expert for The Dr. Oz Show and was the psychological/lifestyle contributor on CBS’ The Early Show. Dr. Jen is the author of Princess Recovery: A How-to Guide to Raising Empowered Girls who Can Create Their Own Happily Ever Afters. But possibly more importantly, (insert sarcasm emoji here,) Dr. Hartstein is my ex-girlfriend. Jen and I dated for about three years, living together for two of them. She might look all cool on TV, but her biggest challenge, hands down, was living with me. :) This interview is chock full of advice, laughs, and action items you can implement today, whether you have ADHD, or love or live with someone who does. Enjoy the episode! In this episode, Peter and Jennifer discuss: Jennifer's history (01:52) Dating & ADHD (02:58) Distractions and success (04:58) Understanding yourself (06:21) Children & school (07:12) How things are done in Europe (10:44) Parents should not be afraid (12:34) Pros and cons of medication (13:23) Race and diagnosis (15:15) Moms are getting diagnosed (17:44) Being human (21:38) Links/Mentions Hartstein Psychological (Jennifer's company) Dr. Jen (Jennifer's site) Delivered From Distraction - Dr Hallowell (Book) 10 Ways to live a happy live when you live with someone with ADHD (Article) As always, leave us a comment below, drop us a review on iTunes (PLEASE!) and of course, subscribe to the podcast if you haven't already! Know of anyone you think should be on the FTN podcast? Shoot us a note - We'd love to hear! PS: Don't forget - We have the #1 online video course for turning your ADHD into a superpower - The FTN Course is 38 three minute videos, watchable at your own pace, covering everything from work, to home life, to exercise and health. Check it out!
Happy New Year, Neuroatypicals! So glad to have you here for another Faster Than Normal trip around the sun! Before we launch into our podcast this week (an AWESOME episode with which to start the year, by the way...) I want to give a shout out to January's Faster Than Normal Sponsor, FitKit! I've been using FitKits for the past three years, and won't travel without them! FitKit offers a suite of wellness products to make healthy living easy. Portable, packable, on-the- go kits to encourage exercise, healthy eating and mindful living. Whichever kit you chose, you can take comfort in knowing they have been created by fitness, nutrition and wellness experts with the sole purpose of providing tools and resources to encourage activity, healthy eating and mindful living. All products can be fully branded and customized to meet your needs and budget. Volume pricing available. Every product includes: A 6 Week Nutrition Plan A 6 Week Workout Plan 24/7 email access to our trainers and dietitians to ask questions and get advice! There's truly no excuse anymore for not getting in the best shape of your life, especially with fitKit giving you 20% off with code FTN! Shop now at www.fitkit.com! You'll thank me.   Now then - Say hi to Dr. Johan Wiklund! Dr. Wiklund is the Al Berg Chair and Professor of Entrepreneurship at Whitman School of Management, Syracuse University. His research interests include entrepreneurship and mental health as well as the entry, performance, and exit of entrepreneurial firms. He is considered a leading authority in entrepreneurship research with over 60 articles appearing in leading entrepreneurship and management journals and over 20,000 citations. He is Editor-in-Chief for Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice. A prolific advisor of Ph.D. students, he received the Academy of Management Entrepreneurship Division Mentor Award in 2011. Most important to us, he's written several papers, and conducted several studies on entrepreneurship and ADHD. We're so lucky to have Dr. Wiklund on the podcast today! He touches on such topics like structure (we need it,) ADHD and self-care, why "jobs are for average people" and more. This is an amazing interview - How great to be able to start the new year with it! Enjoy!
This will go down as one of the top five interviews I've done so far on FTN. This week, we talk to Emily Anhalt. Emily - get this - did her doctoral dissertation on people with ADHD who succeed by utilizing their ADHD, as opposed to medicating it!! This woman is my unicorn. It's a truly eye-opening interview, and one you need to listen to immediately. When you're done listening, you also need to watch her TEDx talk on the same thing, posted below. I'm so thrilled to have met Emily, and have no doubt we'll be collaborating on many things to come in the future. LISTEN TO THIS EPISODE. It's a game changer. In this episode, Peter and Emily discuss: Emily's story (05:27) Why a lot of research isn't done on ADHD (06:48) What can we do to break through the stigma of ADHD (08:39) Lessons learned from interviewing people with ADHD (09:48) Thoughts on medication (10:34) Tips for functioning without medication (13:46) Procrastination (16:28) Emily's top three tips for turning ADHD into a strength (20:02) Links/Mentions TEDx Appearance  @emilyca5 (Twitter) As always, leave us a comment below, drop us a review on iTunes (PLEASE!) and of course, subscribe to the podcast if you haven't already! Know of anyone you think should be on the FTN podcast? Shoot us a note - We'd love to hear! PS: Emily's TEDx Talk:
The Faster Than Normal Video Course is out! 36 videos to teach you how to take back control of your attention, your time, and your life! Check it out here!  You know what never ceases to amaze me about ADHD? The fact that no matter how many things are similar, there are so many differences amongst the people who use ADHD to their advantage. This week's guest, Joe Caserta, proves the same. Joe is a recognized authority, author and educator in big data and data analytics. Big data. Analytics. That's like, a lot of math. The stuff that used to get me into a nervous tizzy every day in school, and nearly got me kicked out of college, is how Joe created a multi-million dollar business. Joe took his inability to sit still and turned it upside down, building a hugely respected company in the process. ADHD. I'll tell you. It's never boring. In this episode, Peter and Joe discuss: Joe's back story (02:54) Immersion learning (05:13) Tips for non exciting work (08:20) (VALUE-BOMB) Hyper focus (09:51) Life work balance (11:41) Soft skills vs hard skills (12:15) (VALUE-BOMB) Using data to change your life (15:09) Intense personality (17:23) Links/Mentions Joe Caserta (Twitter) Caserta Concepts (Joe's Company) It's not about the nail (Video) The Get Down (TV show) The Paper (Movie) As always, leave us a comment below, drop us a review on iTunes (PLEASE!) and of course, subscribe to the podcast if you haven't already! Know of anyone you think should be on the FTN podcast? Shoot us a note - We'd love to hear!
What if everything you knew was wrong? What if you were tracking all the wrong metrics on your path to what you thought was success? Our guest today experienced that, and came out transformed for the better on the other side. Meet Mike Merriam. What really got to me about this interview was the fact that Mike wasn't diagnosed with ADHD until he was 37. Like myself, and I'm sure many of you, Mike spent years just assuming that he was "different in a bad way," as opposed to learning to turn his talents towards good. When he finally did, everything (and I mean everything) shifted for him. Listen to this interview, and explore the six fundamental questions that radically changed Mike Merriam's life, and might do the same for you. Enjoy! PS: Added bonus: We touch on the keto diet and biohacking in this interview, as well!   In this episode, Peter and Mike discuss: Mike's backstory (02:25) Creating a massive change (06:02) The six fundamental questions (09:15) Daily practice (10:50) Tracking progress (12:44) Bio-hacking & the keto diet (16:36) Running multiple businesses (18:40) Links/Mentions MikeMerriam.com (Official Site) The five why's (process) Tal Ben Sa-Har The 80/20 Rule As always, leave us a comment below, drop us a review on iTunes (PLEASE!) and of course, subscribe to the podcast if you haven't already! Know of anyone you think should be on the FTN podcast? Shoot us a note - We'd love to hear!
This week, we talk to Kevin Clayson, who managed to take his ADHD, and the one trait that drives us crazy, and turn it into a major business, that's made him a fortune several times over! Today, we're going to discuss the business of follow up here on Faster Than Normal! In this episode, Peter and Kevin discuss: Kevin tells his story (02:39) Being ok with being different (05:30) Rituals that help gain control on a dailty basis (08:12) Being a morning person and rapping Vanilla Ice lyrics (09:42) Having priorities (12:13) Advice to high school students about feeling different (13:37) Links/Mentions Kevin Clayson.com Book - Flipping the Gratitude Switch Book - Rich Dad Poor Dad Book - The Miracle Morning Book - Essentialism As always, leave us a comment below, drop us a review on iTunes (PLEASE!) and of course, subscribe to the podcast if you haven't already! Know of anyone you think should be on the FTN podcast? Shoot us a note - We'd love to hear!
A big welcome this week to all who found us in today's Wall Street Journal article on the benefits of getting up super-early! So glad to have you! Fun podcast this week - We're talking to Kirsten Milliken, author of the book PlayDHD - Her premise is very simple: As adults, we don't get enough playtime. Playtime is key and essential to mitigating the negatives of ADHD (without medication,) and allowing us to truly evolve our brains to be Faster Than Normal. Now, as we all know, I'm not anti-med. I am, however, a believer that medication to treat ADHD should be a last resort, and not a first strike. There are so many ways to improve our brains to adapt and thrive with ADHD! It's why I get up super-early, it's why I skydive, run, exercise, don't drink, etc. And millions of people do the same thing! It's important to note - The concept of sitting at a desk all day isn't more than a few hundred years old. Before that? Well, we were up virtually constantly. Working, playing, walking, exercising - it was who we were! Enjoy this week's episode with Kirsten, it's a good one! And next wednesday, we're talking to Elliott Weissbluth, CEO of Hightower - A $36 billion dollar money management firm. ADHD? Billions? We've got it all. Make sure you subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher so you don't miss an episode! In this episode, Peter and Kirsten discuss: Kirsten's Story (02:45) Why play is so important (05:00) Playing vs enjoying what you do (06:02) The lack of play in adults (07:38) How Kirsten explains to her patients why they need to play (10:37) How to maximize ADHD to your advantage (12:51) Kirsten's favorite way to play (14:50) How to deal with boring tasks (15:37) Links/Mentions PlayDHD (Book) Kirsten (Facebook / Website / Twitter) As always, leave us a comment below, drop us a review on iTunes (PLEASE!) and of course, subscribe to the podcast if you haven't already! Know of anyone you think should be on the FTN podcast? Shoot us a note - We'd love to hear!
Happy last day of August, live from Shanghai! Hope you're having a great week! This week's guest is Elliot Weissbluth, the CEO of Hightower Advisors. Elliott was diagnosed with dyslexia when he was a young boy, and much like those with ADHD, he learned to change his brain to use his gift to his advantage. It seems to have worked, as Hightower currently has something like $36 billion dollars under management. Elliot gives some great insight on how he runs his team, and uses his unique talents to do so. This is a departure from the ADHD guest format, and I'm glad we did it, as there's a lot we can learn from Elliot and the dyslexic mindset that we can apply to our own, as well. In this episode, Peter and Elliot discuss: Elliot's background (01:46) Stories about carrying typewriters to school (03:24) Overcoming Dyslexia (07:02) Staying present and in the moment (10:45) Definition of normal (11:28) The concept of firing yourself each year (13:24) (This is a good one) Feeling stuck (15:33) Avoiding target fixation (16:36) Making conference calls effective (17:27) Cycling (20:06) Advice on not being held back by ADHD or dyslexia (22:21) Links/Mentions Elliot Weissbluth (Linkedin) High Tower Advisors Andy Grove (Marketer) And hey - Entrepreneurs - Next week is going to rock - We've got John Lee Dumas on the podcast! The host of EO Fire, you're not going to want to miss how this ADHD genius started a podcast and turned it into a million dollar a year business, in under four years! As always, leave us a comment below, drop us a review on iTunes (PLEASE!) and of course, subscribe to the podcast if you haven't already! Know of anyone you think should be on the FTN podcast? Shoot us a note - We'd love to hear!
Let's face it - If you're a manager, chances are, you're going to be managing some neuro-atypical employees, if you're not already. Considering some studies are saying that four out of ten new hires in the next ten years are going to be on the spectrum of ADD, ADHD, OCD, or similar, how you start dealing with these employees now will determine how easy it is to get your new hires later. That's where this week's guest comes in. Bruce Tulgan is internationally recognized as the leading expert on young people in the workplace and one of the leading experts on leadership and management. Bruce is a best-selling author, an adviser to business leaders all over the world, and a sought-after keynote speaker and management trainer. Since 1995, Bruce has worked with tens of thousands of leaders and managers in hundreds of organizations ranging from Aetna to Wal-Mart; from the Army to the YMCA. He's currently the chairman of Rainmaker Thinking, and talks to us today about what bosses and managers need to know about the next generation of employees. Enjoy!
This week's guest is Dr. Debbie Rhea of the LIINK project, and this episode is going to BLOW YOUR MIND. I discovered Dr. Rhea in an NPR article talking about how she experimented with a school district in Texas, giving the students more recess time throughout the day to have unstructured play. You know what happened? The kids improved in all areas of their educational lives! BOOM!! THIS IS WHAT I'VE BEEN PREACHING! Exercise and a healthier lifestyle can change LIVES! It's not always about shoving medication down kids' throats and hoping for the best! This is an AMAZING Episode! Thank you SO much, Dr. Rhea! Enjoy this one - Share it with everyone you know! In this episode, Peter and Debbie discuss: Debbie's project (02:16) Attention fatigue (04:42) Why is play time not important (07:33) The number of child diagnosis (09:46) Target focus vs field focus (10:19) Hope for change (12:38) Financial limitations (12:38) Meeting, breaks and boredom (14:39) Boys vs girls (15:22) Advice to teachers (17:10) Links/Mentions Liink project (website) NPR Article (Media)
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!
Dan says: you've only got one life, so why not design it around your own personality and desires? And I totally agree! Dan is a former entrepreneur turned freelance copywriter turned author and coach. He values freedom and experiences over money and things and believes that we’re all capable of designing our own lives. So far his life has included living in 7 countries, publishing 12 books, and working diligently to achieve his dream of being time & location independent. Along the way he’s shared his experiences, helping thousands of people start designing their own lives as well. He speaks about psychology, personal development, life design, and anything else he thinks you’ll find useful and inspiring. Always uplifting, funny and entertaining, we visit with Dan Johnston to learn about his journey on today’s podcast. Enjoy! In this episode Peter & Dan discuss: 0:46-  Intro & welcome Dan Johnston.  Dan has a special offer for you! Check out https://www.dreamsaroundtheworld.com/fasterthannormal/  1:15-  So what’s your story Dan Johnston? 3:38-  And how did you become an entrepreneur?  6:58-  You mentioned “time independence”- do you mean working in such a way where you’re not trading your time for revenue? 8:38-  What’s an average day like for you? 10:29-  On finding the balance of actually doing what you need to do be doing, versus what you want, or even can convince yourself that you should be doing. 11:30-  What’s a perfect day for you; where you achieve that perfect balance? 13:00-  Where can people find you?  www.DreamsAroundTheWorld.com YOUTUBE @thedanjohnston on Twitter on INSTA @DreamsAroundTheWorldHQ on FB and via his podcast 13:54-  Thank you Dan! And thank YOU for subscribing, reviewing and listening. Your reviews have been working! Even if you’ve reviewed us before, would you please continue to do so. Each review you post helps to ensure that word will continue to spread, and that we will all be able to reach & help even more people! You can always reach me via peter@shankman.com or @petershankman on all of the socials. You can also find us at @FasterThanNormal on all of the socials. 14:13-  Faster Than Normal Podcast info & credits As always, leave us a comment below and 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!
Today’s podcast is made possible by Sudio headphones! They are the most incredible sounding headphones I’ve ever heard in my life! They give you 7 HOURS of battery life, look beautiful and the portable case will give you up to 6 days of standby time! Our discount code is fasterthannormal which will give you 15% off any purchase! Just click on this link to use the discount: https://www.sudio.com/us/earphones/tolv-pastel-blue  Thank you Sudio for sponsoring today’s podcast! — Remember that rainy night, just this past Winter’s eve, when you resolved to drop 25lbs, be fit & super-excited by the time this Summer’s swimsuit season arrived? Us too. Today we’re talking about strategies, just in case that didn’t just magically happen for you. We are joined by Katie Rickel. Dr. Rickel graduated summa cum laude from Duke University with a Bachelor of Science in psychology and earned a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Florida. She completed an APA-accredited clinical internship in health psychology at Duke University Medical Center, with advanced training in behavioral and bariatric obesity treatment, as well as the psychological management of chronic pain and illness. Dr. Rickel has expertise in treating anxiety disorders, including obsessive-compulsive disorder and specific phobias. Her research has been presented at various professional conferences and published in scientific journals. She has also appeared on “The Dr. Oz Show” and has been quoted in several popular media outlets, including the Wall Street Journal, Huffington Post, Health magazine, Yahoo! Health, Women’s Health magazine, Weight Watchers magazine, andabcnews.com. She is now the CEO of Structure House, which has been named the nation’s leading weight loss treatment program. In existence since 1977, Structure House has helped more than 40,000 participants achieve their wellness goals and live their best lives. Dr. Rickel generously shares her expertise & experience with us here today. Enjoy!   In this episode Peter & Katie discuss: 2:28-  Intro & welcome Dr. Rickel!  ref:  www.StructureHouse.com 3:20-  Before we get into all of this, would you tell us a little bit more about your background please? 6:20-  Let’s talk about ADHD & that premise of “all or nothing” 9:25-  On how emotions play a role in cycles of an “all or nothing” mindset, especially when it comes to weight loss 10:20-  What are some tips you might share in order to keep us from getting into a bad cycle?  ref:  The National Weight Control Registry  12:50-  Apps for ADHD food journaling:  Lose It!  My Fitness Pal or just take a picture of your meals. 14:31-  What other secret tricks would you recommend? 16:00-  On the importance of how you look & feel 17:00-  On turning to your strengths 18:14-  What percentage of your patients have ADHD? 19:21-  How can people find you if they would like to learn more?  www.StructureHouse.com @StructureHouse on: Twitter, FB, INSTA, Pinterest, LinkedIn 20:38-  Thank you Dr. Rickel! And thank YOU for subscribing, reviewing and listening. Your reviews have been working! But.. even if you’ve reviewed us before, please continue to do so, so that word will continue to spread and we will all be able to reach & help even more people! You can always reach me at peter@shankman.com or @petershankman on all of the socials. You can also find us at @FasterThanNormal on all of the socials.  21:14-  Faster Than Normal Podcast info & credits As always, leave us a comment below and 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!
Sometimes with ADHD, we can’t figure out why things just aren’t working out right. So when we finally get diagnosed, there can be a sense of relief- because we finally have a name for what’s wrong.  This guy knows all about that! After struggling through all of his high school & part of his college years, JO was diagnosed with Dyslexia and later with ADHD.  He was struggling into his 30’s. He has written a book about it, (in addition to a couple of others), that I started recently and am just loving. Now a husband and father, JO’s mission is to help parents and families- particularly stay at home dads- redefine life & family according to what works best for them. We talk about how excruciatingly painful having undiagnosed ADHD & Dyslexia can be, (especially in classroom settings), about self-love, about what finding a true mentor can mean, and about his new book, which is J.O.’s love letter to his younger self, here today. Enjoy!   In this episode Peter and Jonathan discuss: 1:14-  Intro and welcome J.O.! 1:45-  You had a really tough time in school; tell us about it? 2:20-  On reading aloud in the classroom 4:40-  On his second time taking a collegiate Genetics exam, and finally getting tested for a learning disability. 5:50-  Upon Jonathan’s Dyslexia diagnosis and getting some new resources! 7:00-  On turning 30, beginning a book, then being diagnosed with ADHD 7:53-  On using his superpower 8:52-  J.O.’s next challenge was learning how to ‘miss correctly’ and to love his younger self. 10:28-  What do you do to get yourself out of the times when you find yourself in an Imposter syndrome? 11:57-  J.O. & Peter agree that therapy should be mandatory. 12:38-  On not fighting yourself 14:28-  Tell us about your new book!  “To The Little Boy In Me Learning With Dyslexia and ADHD” 17:13-  Was writing this book maybe part of a catharsis for you?  19:37-  How can people find you?  www.JonathanOliverOnline.com  Twitter: @JOStayAtHomeDad  INSTA: jonathan_jo_oliver  Facebook  LinkedIN  YouTube  Books  20:00-  Thank you Jonathan and Thank YOU for subscribing, reviewing and listening.  PLEASE.. stop right now and write us a review so that we will all be able help more people!  You can always reach me at peter@shankman.com or @petershankman on all of the socials. Also at @FasterThanNormal on all of the socials.  20:36-  Faster Than Normal Podcast info & credits As always, leave us a comment below and 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!
Our guest today is Justin Randall. A former 2-tone-Mohawk wearing punk who has received a lifetime ban from all K-Mart stores, was once Woody Harrelson’s personal bodyguard, had an argument with Johnny Cash, then NITRO, (among others), has served time in jail, done a ton of drugs, and naturally- he repeatedly failed Math. Raise your hand if you can relate to any of these grand “achievements”? Justin has since earned his MBA, a BS in Computer Science and has built an amazing career as a transformational servant leader in the Fin-Tech vertical, working with some of the top fortune 100 and 500 companies on how to manage anxiety in uncertain times. How the heck did he do all that, especially having ADHD?! Even more, how does he continue to do that in 2020? True story folks. Enjoy!   In his own words: I am a former 2-tone-Mohawk’d Skate/PUNK who has received a lifetime ban from ALL K-Mart stores in the USA, 3 lifetime bans from the Fiesta mall, and 5 lifetime bans from Mill AVE in downtown Tempe (Where I currently have an office)!  For a VERY brief moment, I was Woody Harrelson’s personal bodyguard, had a misunderstanding with Johnny Cash that lead to him being allegedly pushed down a flight of stairs, initiated an impromptu flex off with American Gladiator “NITRO”, and Hungout Dee’BO (Tom Tiny Lister Jr) Kato Kaelin at Phoenix International Raceway.  Despite my 9th grade math teachers forecasting and against the odds, earned a BS in Computer Science, a Master's in Business Administration, and have built an amazing career as a transformational servant leader in the Fin-Tech vertical, working with some of the top fortune 100 and 500 companies.  I am a HOPELESS and avid adrenaline junkie who prioritizes snowboarding, cliff jumping, skydiving, mountain biking, and EATING above most other things.  I am a Spartan Trifecta finisher, RAGNAR’ian, two time 70.3 IRONMAN and currently training for my 1st 140.6 in 2020. ABOVE all, I am a father of 4, grandfather of 1, have a SMOKING HOT WIFE that I not only love, I REALLY LIKE, and for some reason I still think and acts like a 14 yr old.  I am a survivor of a pretty ROUGH upbringing, filled with some extremely traumatic events, and have THRIVED by focusing on the FUN in the dysfunction.  I am on a mission to tell my story and spread my message so as to reach others who are stuck in the darkness of depression, PTSD, fear, and anxiety.  If this is you, I want you to KNOW; There IS light, hope, happiness and FUN in this world and I am here to help you find it!     In this episode Peter & Justin discuss: 1:03-  Intro & welcome Justin Randall! 2:44-  First things first- how are you doing during all this chaos?! 4:13-  When were you diagnosed with ADHD? 4:44-  Because you weren’t diagnosed; what were you doing to get along? 6:05-  The suggestion of “you’ll wind up in jail” actually manifested. How did you make the commitment to change your ways for good/What was your rock bottom? 9:14-  On filling the spaces left in between 9:56-  On endorphins and the effects of making progress 11:46-  On Imposter Syndrome and Jr. High School Peter (High School Peter) 12:28-  So when the voices of self-defeat and demons pop back into your head nowadays, what do you do? 14:00-  Player mentality aka In some way, Rocky always wins 14:27-  For which Ironman are you training? 15:53-  How can people find you? @iamjrandall on: Twitter  INSTA  FB or Justin Randall via LinkedIN 16:16-  Last question: If someone who’s listening is in a dark place right now, what one piece of advice would you give them? 17:43-  Thank you Justin for joining us! And thank YOU for being here.. for subscribing, reviewing and listening. Your reviews are so helpful.  Even if you’ve reviewed us before, would you please consider writing even a short one for this episode? Each review that you post helps to ensure that word will continue to spread, and that we will all be able to reach & help more people! Thank you. Stay calm, stay healthy and stay focused everyone- we WILL GET THROUGH THIS! You can always reach me via peter@shankman.com or @petershankman on all of the socials. You can also find us at @FasterThanNormal on all of the socials. 18:20-  Faster Than Normal Podcast info & credits As always, leave us a comment below and please drop us a review on iTunes and of course, subscribe to the podcast if you haven’t already! As you know, 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! Do you know of anyone you think should be on the FTN podcast? Shoot us a note, we’d love to hear!
Brian grew up in suburban NJ. He was diagnosed with ADHD at six years old. He moved away, graduated from Tulane University with a Philosophy degree and a honed talent for writing. In 2016, he was interviewed by Fox 5 NY about his ADHD memoir & personal experience with Adderall addiction. I actually have Brian’s book on my desk right now! He’s a successful entrepreneur, continues to be very outspoken about society's miscomprehension of ADHD and is helping to change the conversation! Now living in NYC with his wife Lindsey, Brian loves to travel, lift weights, talk philosophy at bars, and enjoys spending time with family & friends. He spends a little of his time here with us today. Enjoy! In this episode Peter and Brian discuss discuss: 1:00-  Intro & welcome Brian! 2:10-  Brian’s book “Adderall Blues”  2:27-  “Ten Ways to be Happier When You Live/Love Someone With ADHD” 2:38-  So let us begin with talking about your wife! 3:50-  So what happens when you randomly do the most stupid & impulsive things without telling anyone first? 6:30-  Tell is about your book! 9:20-  Tell me about Beijing- how did you wind up in Beijing? 11:35-  Do you think you would’ve planned better if you didn’t have ADHD? 12:19-  Peter on London 13:28-  Brian on getting deported from China 15:17-  Talk some, if you will please, about addiction? 17:43-  Do you have the premise of addiction that:  “there is no ‘just one’ dose, or hit”? 20:07-  Do you think you could write another book today and be as raw, and honest with us as you were in “Adderall Blues? 21:32-  How can people find you Brian?  Brian.J.Robinson@hotmail.com  INSTA: @BrianRobinsonOfficial 21:48-  Thank you Brian, and thank you for listening!! 22:25-  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!
Author, Father, and Medical Salesperson Tyler Menke’s philosophy is: “Be present in the moment, live for the day, and build for tomorrow. Work for impact not reward.”  Today we’re talking about how Tyler found his way to a career in Sales from the impetus of simply wanting to help others through medicine.  He shares with us about his struggles throughout school, his late diagnosis of ADHD, on staying positive during slow seasons, his daily ADHD routines and all about his new book, “The Pirate’s Guide to Sales”.  Enjoy!     In this episode Peter & Tyler Menke discuss: 0:53-  WELCOME NEW LISTENERS! And an intro & welcome to Tyler! 2:18-  Where did you get the idea to do an infographic?  Link to Tyler’s custom infographic template 2:48-  What’s your story? What do you do for a living? 4:24-  You were already in the workforce when you were diagnosed; tell us about that? 6:00-  On getting your child tested in 2019! 6:55-  When it comes to selling, people with ADHD seem to either love it or hate it. What is it about sales that you love, and how does your ADHD enter into that? 10:12-  What do you hate about your day-to-day?  Ref:  Space Camp movie 11:17-  How do you stay positive through a slow period or down time? 12:10-  What’s your daily ADHD routine?  Ref:  Wim Hof Method  Hal Elrod’s Miracle Morning Podcast 14:20-  How does your married life work with ADHD 15:03-  How can people find you and tell us about your NEW BOOK! Ref:  “The Pirate’s Guide to Sales” avail on: Amazon  Kindle  Paperback and also via www.ThePirateGuides.com 17:17-  Thank you Tyler! And thank YOU for subscribing, reviewing and listening. Your reviews are working! Even if you’ve reviewed us before, would you please write even a short one for this episode? Each review that you post helps to ensure that word will continue to spread, and that we will all be able to reach & help more people! You can always reach me via peter@shankman.com or @petershankman on all of the socials. You can also find us at @FasterThanNormal on all of the socials. 17:55-  Faster Than Normal Podcast info & credits As always, leave us a comment below and please drop us a review on iTunes and of course, subscribe to the podcast if you haven’t already! As you know, 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! Do you know of anyone you think should be on the FTN podcast? Shoot us a note, we’d love to hear!
The first interview with our guest today was so informative, we had to bring him back! If you haven’t listened to “Nutrition Wellness and ADHD w/ Fitness + Dietary Expert Andrew Wade” maybe try to start there. Either way this is a great one! We left off with “don’t eat cookies alone”… Today is a continuance of that interview. He expounds on that sentiment and we talk more about how important nutrition is in our hectic, everyday ADHD lives. Enjoy!   A little bit more about our guest today- He is a Registered Dietitian, and owner of Case Specific Nutrition (CSN), a Dietitian Group Practice with 4 locations in Pittsburgh, PA and the surrounding area. CSN has various contracts servicing fitness centers, corporate wellness initiatives, health and rehabilitation sites, and family medical offices. Andrew completed his Master’s in Wellness & Human Performance at the University of Pittsburgh in the Fall of 2015 and is currently credentialed as a Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics (CSSD). In addition to his practice, Andrew is the creator of the accountability mobile app “Rate My Day”, the co-founder of the online habits course The Optilife Academy, the author of the book “Marathon Ready Runner’s Nutrition Guide: a quick reference tool”, and the owner of the Case Specific Wellness Fitness Center.     In this episode Peter & Andrew discuss: 0:40-  Intro & welcome back Andrew!!  Prior refs: RateMyDay App  The Optilife Academy Book: Marathon Ready Runner’s Guide: A Quick Reference Tool  Case Specific Wellness Center 1:24-  When we last parted, I had the phrase “don’t eat cookies alone” stuck in my head all week! Would you please expound on that statement? 3:19-  About more “lonely foods” 4:26-  How should we keep our pattern of good nutrition when our regular, daily schedule is thrown out of a window? 6:45-  On putting the day in “holidays” 7:38-  On traveling, nutrition and planning  Ref:  Freshly.com  Factor75.com  10:45-  On resilience  11:15-  What else can we do to prevent getting into situations that make it hard for us to make good nutritional decisions? 14:31-  Flat tire analogy about overeating 16:00-  When our ADHD blows up, it seems like the first thing we stop being mindful of is food. Do you have any quick tips to prevent or combat that?  Ref for dopamine hits:  https://www.drybarcomedy.com also on YouTube  and  JustForLaughs on You Tube 20:55-   Andrew has a NEW PODCAST called CSN3MPodcast You can find it here: https://casespecificnutrition.com/csn-3m/   *How can people find you? @casespecificnutrition on INSTA  FB  @CaseSpecificPGH on Twitter also at  www.CaseSpecificNutrition.com  & www.CaseSpecificWellness.com 21:45-  Thank you Andrew Wade for joining us here again! And thank YOU for subscribing, reviewing and listening. Your reviews are working! Even if you’ve reviewed us before, would you please write even a short one for this episode? Each review that you post helps to ensure that word will continue to spread, and that we will all be able to reach & help more people! You can always reach me via peter@shankman.com or @petershankman on all of the socials. You can also find us at @FasterThanNormal on all of the socials. 22:08-  Faster Than Normal Podcast info & credits As always, leave us a comment below and please drop us a review on iTunes and of course, subscribe to the podcast if you haven’t already! As you know, 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! Do you know of anyone you think should be on the FTN podcast? Shoot us a note, we’d love to hear!
Mental conditioning is something many people don't know about- today's guest is trying to change that; meet Dr. Jonathan Fader. We’re talking Performance Coaching, APE- (Attitude Preparation Effort), the 2015 Mets, shorthands for dealing with stress, mindfulness, and about constructing a good mental performance routine. Enjoy!  A little it more about our guest today-   Dr. Jonathan Fader is a licensed clinical and performance psychologist. He is best known for working with professional athletes in the MLB and NFL, including The New York Mets and The New York Giants. He is the co-founder of Union Square Practice, a mental health center, and SportStrata, a performance coaching group, located in New York City. Dr. Fader regularly works with athletes, performers, entrepreneurs, businesses, schools, physicians and with first responder groups such as The New York City Fire Department (FDNY). He speaks to groups, on topics of mindfulness, motivation and Motivational Interviewing, improving performance, stress reduction, communication and team building. Jonathan is a Motivational Interviewing trainer and is part of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT), and is a co-author of the forthcoming book, Coaching Athletes To Be Their Best: Motivational Interviewing in Sport as well as his debut book Life as Sport    In this episode Peter & Dr. Fader discuss: 0:57-  Intro & welcome Jonathan!  Ref:  Union Square Practice Center  2015 New York Mets  Michael Sergio’s jump into Mets Shea Stadium circa1986 2:42-  What’s up Jared Faber ;-)  (hello from SB too) 2:58-  Explain Performance Coaching? 4:46-  Ref:  FTN Podcast #53 Adapt and Overcome, with US Navy SEAL Jack Walston 6:18-  On how your mind may think you are finished with a workout / The mind’s central governor 7:40-  So, how does one condition against the little yellow light that your brain sends sometimes? / On building a mental performance routine 9:20-  What if you get mentally exhausted on a run? 10:28-  On how sensations are like a wave 10:57-  On being ADHD and practicing mindfulness 12:58-  Jonathan’s shorthand for feeling stress 13:30-  What would be your advice to folks who get stuck, or who fall off? APE (Attitude-Preparation-Effort) 16:12-  How can people find you?  www.JonathanFader.com  INSTA: Jonathan_Fader  Twitter: @DrFader  16:42-  Thank you Dr. Fader! And thank YOU for subscribing, reviewing and listening. Your reviews are working! Even if you’ve reviewed us before, would you please write even a short one for this episode? Each review that you post helps to ensure that word will continue to spread, and that we will all be able to reach & help more people! You can always reach me via peter@shankman.com or @petershankman on all of the socials. You can also find us at @FasterThanNormal on all of the socials. 17:19-  Faster Than Normal Podcast info & credits As always, leave us a comment below and please drop us a review on iTunes and of course, subscribe to the podcast if you haven’t already! As you know, 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! Do you know of anyone you think should be on the FTN podcast? Shoot us a note, we’d love to hear!
Christopher Mitchell is a travel blogger, freelance writer, photographer and podcaster hailing from Toronto, Canada. He's also a Co-Founder of the Toronto Bloggers Collective, an organization which aims to help Toronto content creators turn their passion into their profession. He's lived on three continents, traveled to 80 countries, and has no intention of slowing down any time soon.  We talk about his ADHD, how he keeps himself on task and together while traveling, how he got his start, and his take on being a busy entrepreneur today. Enjoy!   In this episode Peter & Chris discuss: 0:45-  Intro & welcome Christopher Mitchell!   1:30-  So what’s your story; when were you first diagnosed? 2:43-  So meds worked for you, cool! What did you do after you finished school? 3:40-  On how traveling & being displaced may inspire a feeling of liberation 5:05-  Did you ever have any doubts or fears about going out on your own?   6:30-  How do you manage your ADHD during your work week, and when traveling? 8:12-  On glamorizing always “being busy” in our culture 9:00-  How does your non-ADHD wife understand your ADHD? Do you have any advice? 10:42-  What are the best and worst parts of your ADHD? 12:55-  What’s an average day-in-the-life for you?  Ref:  The Five Minute Journal  Non-App version here 15:24-  How can people find you?  www.TravelingMitch.com  www.UltimateOntario.com  Podcast: Rick Steves Over Brunch  @TravelingMitch on: Twitter  INSTA  FB  Pinterest or via email: chris@travelingmitch.com 16:16-  Thank you Christopher for joining us! And thank YOU for subscribing, reviewing and listening. Your reviews are working! Even if you’ve reviewed us before, would you please write even a short one for this episode? Each review that you post helps to ensure that word will continue to spread, and that we will all be able to reach & help more people! You can always reach me via peter@shankman.com or @petershankman on all of the socials. You can also find us at @FasterThanNormal on all of the socials. 16:43-  Faster Than Normal Podcast info & credits As always, leave us a comment below and please drop us a review on iTunes and of course, subscribe to the podcast if you haven’t already! As you know, 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! Do you know of anyone you think should be on the FTN podcast? Shoot us a note, we’d love to hear!
Can cannabis actually improve your focus when you are ADD or ADHD; what does the research say? Is it only misinformation and perception that keeps cannabis a Schedule 1 drug? Will we see more research in the US? What can cannabis possibly do for your community? Today we examine all of these questions with leading expert in the field, Max Simon. A bit more about our guest today is below. Enjoy!   Max Simon, Founder/CEO Green Flower Media, Inc. With the vision of building a media company that would change the world’s perception of cannabis, Max Simon co-founded Green Flower in 2014. Green Flower has since become the industry leader in cannabis education, producing thousands of hours of premium content; bolstering a network of over 700 top cannabis experts; and building the largest library of cannabis education content in the world. Today, Max leads an incredible 30-person team united around the mission of becoming the global leaders in cannabis education. Max’s mission to educate people about cannabis and discredit misinformation reflects his work in bringing meditation and mind-body wellness out of the shadows in the early 2000’s, when he served as Director of Consumer Products ​for the Chopra Center. For seven years, Max built and ran world-renowned self-help guru Deepak Chopra’s products business; there, he rebranded the company; developed and launched 49 signature products; created their digital marketing strategy; and impacted hundreds of millions of people on- and offline. Green Flower is also a personal mission for Max, who has successfully used cannabis for over two decades as an integral part of his wellness regime—and to aid in the treatment of his ADD.     ***CORONA VIRUS EDITION***   In this episode Peter & Max discuss: 1:11-  Intro & welcome Max Simon 3:00-  So why cannabis? How did you get into studying? 4:04-  What differences have you noticed in your ADHD and just in general by using cannabis? 6:40-  So can Cannabis actually improve your focus if you are ADHD? Ref: What is an endocannabinoid (EC) system? 8:30-  How long has this been your area of study? 8:45-  Tell us what you’ve head about other formal studies of cannabis and ADHD. 10:22-  What do you think it’s going to take to remove the Schedule 1 label in the US? 10:35-  What’s the difference between restrictions in individual States versus on the Federal level? 11:26-  Do you think the reason it remains a Schedule 1 is because of perceptions/ignorance? 13:15-  On the progress of the cannabis movement  Ref:  NORML’s “Smoke The Vote” campaign.  14:56-  Cannabis’ affect on alcohol sales in most areas 15:34-  The story and evidence provided by the chief of Police after their city of Port Hueneme, CA legalized cannabis.  Ref: Municipal code 16:50-  How do you change the conversation on ADHD, kids and general perceptions? 18:50-  How can people find out more?  Via Green-Flower.com and Max Simon on LinkedIN. @GreenFlwrMedia on Twitter 19:38-  Thank you Max for joining us! And thank YOU for subscribing, reviewing and listening. Your reviews are working! Even if you’ve reviewed us before, would you please write even a short one for this episode? Each review that you post helps to ensure that word will continue to spread, and that we will all be able to reach & help more people! You can always reach me via peter@shankman.com or @petershankman on all of the socials. You can also find us at @FasterThanNormal on all of the socials. STAY HEALTHY - STAY SAFE - STAY HOME.. until next time! 20:09-  Faster Than Normal Podcast info & credits As always, leave us a comment below and please drop us a review on iTunes and of course, subscribe to the podcast if you haven’t already! As you know, 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! Do you know of anyone you think should be on the FTN podcast? Shoot us a note, we’d love to hear!
Today we visit with Marvin Russell, the founder of two startups in the digital marketing world. that were both successfully acquired for millions. He is now working on Checkli, a passion project born out of necessity that has become startup number three, visited by 60,000 people every month to make, share and publish their most valuable checklists. We talk about his hyperactivity as a kid, his drive, how he stays on track and is always on the move. Enjoy! In this episode Peter and Marvin discuss: 1:32-  Intro and welcome Marvin 2:30-  What was growing up like; what’s your background? 2:54-  On childhood and hyperactivity 4:46-  When teachers would give you laps to run, did it help you? 5:40-  On the pressures of making great grades 6:40-  On not being able to stand still. How movement is beneficial 8:43-  On practical uses of movement in daily life 9:20-  So what prompted the entrepreneurship? 10:55-  How did you put systems in place to keep you on track in your new business? 12:47-  Dow long did that initial drive/energy last in your business? 13:38-  On the value of a personal assistant 15:28-  How did you decide that is was time to sell your company? 17:28-  Tell us about your third & current company?  ref:  www.Checkli.com 19:50-  Will you sell this company and quickly move on to the next? 21:20-  How can people find you? Twitter: @MarvinRussell or at www.MarvinRussell.com 21:50-  Thanks Marvin, and thank YOU for subscribing, reviewing and listening! You can always reach me at peter@shankman.com or @petershankman on all of the socials. Also at @FasterThanNormal on all of the socials.  21:11-  Faster Than Normal Podcast info & credits Check out my new ADHD Coaching at www.shankminds.com/ADHDCoaching As always, leave us a comment below and 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!
A lot of people I meet in the ADHD world are thrown into “all things ADHD” because they simply have no choice. What’s interesting is that my guest today has decided to make educating and helping folks with ADHD his profession! He coaches, he blogs, and he has started an ADHD support group for men- which is how I found him. There aren’t just loads of places to go, especially outside of the medical community, where you can have open and frank discussions with others who are similarly gifted. Marc has recently co-authored a book that will be out soon. We talk about how he chose this path, and some about what it’s like to be a guy who’s grown up with ADHD. Enjoy!    In this episode Peter and Marc discuss: 1:00-  Intro & welcome Marc! 1:57-  You struggled in school like most all of us, but you got diagnosed at age 16; tell us your story. 4:40-  On receiving the diagnosis 5:25-  After you were diagnosed, what were the most noticeable changes in your life? 6:25-  What made you want to become an ADHD life coach/wellbeing instructor? 7:56-  Tell us a little more about your “awakening moment”, how you got into the concepts of wellbeing- and how all of that mattered.  ref:  Our Transformative Journey book 9:00-  What’s next for you?  ref:  ADHD Men’s Support Group 10:48-  On how men are conditioned from a young age to ‘just shake it off’; breaking that mold 12:28-  What do you say to the 16 year-old boy who has realized that he has a problem? 13:40-  On realizing you’re not broken, but instead have an incredible gift once you learn how to use it. 14:20-  How can people find you? www.WellnessWithMarc.com  @wellnesswithMarc on INTSA @wellnesswmarc on Twitter  FB  YouTube 14:45-  Thank you Marc and Thank YOU for subscribing, reviewing and listening.  PLEASE.. stop right now and write us a review so that we will all be able help more people!  You can always reach me at peter@shankman.com or @petershankman on all of the socials. Also at @FasterThanNormal on all of the socials.  15:27-  Faster Than Normal Podcast info & credits
This March, Brain.FM received a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to research the effects of music & soundwaves on people who have ADHD, and also those who suffer from difficulty focusing on the job. At lot of neuroscience continues to go into their work. We were happy to visit with CEO Daniel Clark in our office to talk about how it all works, and how his life’s love of technology ultimately called him aboard. Enjoy! In this episode Peter and Daniel discuss: 1:04-  Intro & welcome Daniel. www1.Brain.FM 2:27-  So how did you first learn about Brain.FM? What is your background? 3:55-  Tell us some more about Brain.FM? 5:15-  Tell us about this concept from the neuro-diversity aspect. Who is using Brain.FM? EEG fMRI Data Center  6:30-  Based on the research you've done thus far, how exactly does music bring one to an increased mental state? A.I. Composer  Human Composer  7:56-  Everyone is different- how do you customize for each brain? Neuro Phase Locking (ref also *13:30)  8:50-  Binaural Beats were once all the rage and I tried them out. Are they still a big thing? 10:50-  Tell us about the Auditory NeuroScientist that you are working with 12:00-  http://www.kevinjpwoods.com *13:30-  On finding what music works for your brain. 13:50-  Tell us a little about how A.I. helps you create music 14:58-  On White noise 16:00-  Why is it that USA Greco-Roman Wrestling is so popular on your site? 17:20-  Folks, the site is Brain.FM  How can people follow you Daniel? TWITTER: @BrainfmApp  Facebook: BrainFM 17:45-  Thank you Daniel! And thank YOU for listening! Please let us know what you think of this new in-office format below! 18:22-  Faster Than Normal Podcast info & 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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Feb 18th, 2016
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Mar 11th, 2020
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