Episode from the podcastUncluttered Office with Catherine Avery

The Female Brain, Distraction, and Honoring the Gifts of ADHD EP: 54

Released Thursday, 11th June 2020
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Diann and I take you on our personal journeys through our ADHD. She gives us the brain science behind our every day hilarious moments.   Learn why most females aren’t diagnosed with ADHD until they’re in menopause. It’s not that you’re 50 and suddenly going crazy. It’s that your tend and befriend hormone - estrogen - has left the building.   Join us as Diann explains how you can use your speedy brain with grace and humor to get through those distracted moments.   Diann Wingert is a life and business coach for creatives & entrepreneurs who identify with the strengths and struggles of ADHD/ADD traits, officially diagnosed or not. After her own mid-life diagnosis & learning everything she could about how ADHD/ ADD is expressed in women,  Diann is on a mission to help other gifted, creative & entrepreneurial women achieve their true potential through radical self-acceptance, leveraging their strengths & creating an ADHD friendly business and life.   Diann’s website is www.diannwingertcoaching.com and her brand new podcast for the driven, but distracted entrepreneur is called The Driven Woman and can be found on apple podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, and Spotify.     Links:  The Female Brain by Louann Brizedine Faster Than Normal by Peter Shankman To learn more about your host, Catherine Avery: Productivity by Design Facebook Page and LinkedIn To connect with Catherine: http://bit.ly/SchedCallPBD *We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites at no cost to you.

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