ADHD or ADD! What do you think of when you hear those terms? Does the word Mishgoss pop into your head? Mishegoss, Yiddish for insane, madness, and crazy. Sometimes those terms define your feelings when you live with ADHD. Patti and I try to help make these feelings make sense by talking about our own experiences living with ADHD. We're the UNCOLA of content. We're unedited, unscripted, & refreshingly real. We're real people talking about real-life issues living with ADHD, from family to business and everything in between.
Time frames don't always work for people with ADHD, at least they don't for me if I haven't set them. I always allow myself time for interruptions & ADHD/ADD moments. How about you? Here are some thoughts on that. Plus please listen to tomorrow's podcast for a very important announcement.
Homework, Testing, & Writing isn’t easy. It takes concentration, and time. One thing I can tell you is it takes more time, and concentration when you have ADHD or ADD. Make sure to sign up n WhatPods to keep up to date with us, contact us and help us grow!
It’s that time of year when we can forget things that matter to us and others. It happens. It’s stressful enough right now without remembering little things. But, those little things to us re much bigger to others.. So this is a friendly reminder for the giving inside of each and everyone one of you.
The straight thinking part of the podcast I’m pretty sure about, but when it comes to the 8 ways to help with stress during the holidays there’s a bunch of ??? I found this article in the Huffington Post. Here what I think!
I am all over the map today with topics. As usual there was so much more to talk about, but I saved it for later this week. Gifts and kids is a stressing time. Planning and commitments is also stressing especially this time of year. Hear what I’ve done right and wrong with all of them.
Happy Thanksgiving everyone. Today being a weird Wednesday for me I just talked about life moments that I tend to deal with. I also talked about a newsletter and podcast I enjoy called Inside Podcasting with a great host, Skye Pillsbury. Check the podcast and newsletter out now & subscribe.
I never gave any thought to being diagnosed with ADHD as an adult. I take it for granted being diagnosed at a young age. After reading a post yesterday on Medium about a 32-year-old women being diagnosed recently it made me think. Listen in.
There’s going to come a time when your ADHD is going to explode and you’ll lash out at the wrong person for the wrong reason. It’s bound to happen if it hasn’t already. But, there’s no need to fret. No need for more anxiety for you or someone else. Just learn to say 3 words. I Am Sorry.
I’ve been trough the mill when it comes to being taught and being the teacher. I don’t always recommend a trick of mine, but for getting better at comprehension I’ll bet this trick I was taught as a kid and still use to this day will help!
There comes a time when you just need to talk things through before you decide. Usually it’s talking to yourself and even answering yourself. Does this make us crazy as some would say? He’ll NO, I say. It makes us creative and excited.
Let’s be honest, stuff happens. Stuff happens that distracts you from doing what you need to do like yesterday for me. I didn't podcast due to other things going on around me. It wasn't anyone's fault but my own. Then there is stuff that happens when you're trying to teach your kids something or explaining something to your significant other or friend. Stuff happens. Listen in for more stuff that just happened to me recently.
We’re back talking about ADHD & relationships. Being more open about how you think/ work helps others understand you and have patience to listen. It really is important to better relations with others.
This is an important podcast today. It’s time to discuss the other side of ADHD. The down side or dark side of living with ADHD. It’s not meant to stress you out, but rather get you in the correct frame of mind when having to deal with it.
Relationships have their own set of rules that sometimes can be stressful. Add in ADHD and everything turns up about 100 notches. Between today and tomorrow we’re going to touch on a load of feelings and thoughts on relationships.
It’s not a walk in the park being a student with ADHD/ADD. Schools and teachers follow a curriculum that isn’t sensitive to ADHD. They tend to label us as having a learning issue when in reality it’s the way we learn more then anything else. Listen in for more.
It isn’t easy for anyone to balance work & life, but it’s definitely harder for people with ADHD. I’ve asked a lot of people with and without ADHD and from the answers I’ve heard it seems I’m on the right track. So listen in.
How often do you blame ADHD for something happening in your life? It could be good or bad but mostly we all have blamed ADHD for the bad stuff. It’s time to stop the blame. It’s time to understand ADHD isn’t to blame.
Is there anything wrong with being a little mischievous? Kids do it why can't adults? Why do we blame ADHD on us or our kids being a little mischievous? There's nothing wrong with it. We should be more mischievous in life. Kids learn from it. Kids expand their horizons from it so why not us? Shouldn't we dare the exciting once in a while? There's something do it I believe and there's no blaming ADHD or ADD. You could I guess, but why?
I'm not sure downfall is the word I'm looking for? It's all about creativity overload and losing ideas. You need to have a way of capturing those creative ideas when they come. You need to keep them in a file for the days that ADHD gets you down. Listen in for more.
I love being creative, but there are times when my creativity takes a dump due to my ADHD. those are the times I try to remember that ADHD is not the stumbling block, but the avenue to overcome that block.
ADHD gives being an entrepreneur a different set of rules. Thrown away are one idea is great. Thrown away that ideas don’t change. Thrown away are all the guidelines written for entrepreneurs. Give a listen.
Ever have those days when procrastination is a better friend then getting things done? With ADHD you have all the ammunition to accomplish that. Here's a story about today that you might enjoy and relate to. Enjoy the listen.
If it hasn't to you yet, one day it will. The phone rings and there's an issues at home or work. Then someone wants to tell you about something. Then there's a text about a problem. Whatever else can come your way it does and they all need an answer. What do you do? If it's up to your ADHD it isn't helping you out of this one. No tips or tricks are working so you just give up. Has that ever happened? Give a listen to what I've tried.
Did you know there are two types of anxiety? You probably did, but if not let me tell you. Good and bad anxiety lives in each of us and it all depends on how you use both of them that makes our life with ADHD livable. Listen in for more on this.
Also here's the link to yesterday's blog post on Medium about ADHD and My Brain. https://medium.com/@markjohn1/adhd-the-brain-mine-not-yours-ecf4945cac86
Here is the friends link if you're not a member of Medium: ADHD & The Brain (Mine not Yours)
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Show Note: I found this podcast just a little while ago. It had never been published so I thought I would publish it today. Hope you don't mind?
Sometimes it’s all about the wording that inspires us. I’m not sure, but this idea has worked for me and others. It’s 2018 and I’m on a kick about listening. So listen in!
For me habits/routines are important in keeping my ADHD on a semi normal track. One change in a habit/routine will not only change the day, but it’ll throw my ADHD brain into a tail spin. How about you?
Are you compulsive about scheduling everything you do daily? Do you feel it’s needed to help control your ADHD? Everyone I’ve talked with has a different approach to this topic. Listen to mine and share yours by leaving a message.
When your ADHD/ADD acts up do you feel crowded? Maybe you feel invaded by people in your space? It could even be your computer or the chair your sitting it? That’s when it’s time to make space. Listen in for how I deal with this!
There’s no set way to overcome obstacles that I can tell you about. Each of us must find what works for us. This is what works for me. It can be used as a guide to help you find a way if you haven’t, but don’t expect my system to work for you. We are all different. Find your way.
Writing with ADHD can get frustrating. At least it does for me, but then there are times when my journaling when having an ADHD moment helps me later on. How about you? Do you write down ADHD moments and how you worked around them for future info?
Life is full of twists and turns and we always need to be ready to adapt. The thing is we are not always ready at the moment we need to be. Hopefully through stories of my past and times I needs to face those twists and turns I can guide you through a few ways to make those changes easier.
That’s right! Very simple and down to earth, Be You! It’s a mindset. It’s a way of life. It’s simple, real, and honest. Here’s the link for Mike Sturm’s article on hustle. Read it. https://link.medium.com/rsg9zCuw7T.
Some days you need to dump what’s in your brain so you can reload. This isn’t the same as refreshing. This is like clearing your hard drive. Deleting those unused or un-needed files. Listen in for more.
In this day and age kids take things for granted almost all the time. There’s nothing wrong with giving to our kids or grandkids. There’s nothing wrong with wanting the best for both, but when we’re gone how will they deal with reality that money/gifts don’t just fall from the skies?
There comes a time when you need to work on a project whether personal or in business that has a deadline. You have a certain way of doing things that others may not understand. This is where transparency come into play. Listen in.
Everyone has a great way to be successful, but it won't necessarily work for you because of your DNA. Be yourself. Take in what you hear and use it to build your way of doing things. Just don't get sold on their way to doing things. It may not work and that leads to...
Here’s a great exercise for you. Define health as it relates to life, Business,and finances. We already know what health is when it comes to health, but how do you define health in the other 3 categories?
ADHD & depression. Lots of people don’t think they go together, but they do. I’ve spent a ton of time researching and understanding how they go hand in hand and would enjoy sharing that with you over the next few shows.
My best advice I ever received was this, Be Yourself! Never oversell yourself or your business. Tell it like it is and you will be respected for your honesty. You may not always get what you want right then and there, but in the end, you will. Be Yourself!
Instead of just telling you how, I’m inviting you into my building of a Following for this podcast and the newsletter. We’ll be spending a couple of days a week talking my process for both. You’re welcome to call in and be part of the show.
We have changes coming to the newsletter at http://it’sallmishegoss.com. Plus as much as there is crap going on in the world of politics don’t think life or business hasn’t the same of its own. Listen in for the details.
Mike is the writer and publisher of a great newsletter called California Sun. Want to know what’s up in the Golden State? Then check this newsletter out. While there make sure you subscribe. It’s free on top of giving you great insight.
Our brand new audio newsletter podcast culled from our once a week newsletter. Enjoy. All the links to the stories are below.
When it comes to the choice of no or yes you need to look at how they will affect you as well as will they affect you. Will they affect a business or personal decision? Will they affect something within the family? It's important to understand their differences and using them at the right times.
When it comes to Habits and success there’s no magic number of habits that equal success. No matter what you read about “the 5 habits that made Warren Buffett, Richard Branson and others successful” it doesn’t mean that number will work for you. Listen in to learn more! Here's the link I promised: https://www.thriveglobal.com/stories/27206-5-daily-habits-that-successful-people-have-which-most-of-us-probably-don-t?utm_source=Thrive&utm_medium=newsletter&mc_cid=cb0614e2d0&mc_eid=9f843a909a
Here we go. We’re digging into our first habit breaker. Hope you enjoy. Why not call in with a habit you want to break? Or write in at firstname.lastname@example.org. Attention it Habits. It can be anonymous or not and I’ll answer it on the next show and via email.
We’re surrounded by obstacles in our lives. How we overcome them is key. There is no sure fire way to overcome every obstacle, but there are some good ways to keep a door open. Listen in today and for the next few days for more insight.
You don’t need to wake before sunrise to be motivated or successful. You just need to want it. Whatever time you start your day is only important to you and your success. Don’t let others tell you how. Just do you!
What happened to saying of writing “you’re welcome?” Seems other words like “no worries”or “ sure thing” are more in vogue. So, what are your thoughts on this and what do you say or write when you hear “thank you?”
Today I shared an idea of where I’d like this podcast, newsletter, and future website to go in the future. I believe there’s a place in everyone’s Lifestyle for Mishegoss and I want to bring it to you. Any ideas you want to share on what you’d like to see are welcome.
If you want to listen better, then listen to this now. 2018 is the year to bring listening back. Want to join the listening revolution? It’s time. We need to bring the art and skill if listening back. Why not join us now?
It’s early I know, but I thought I’d give you a simple resolution for 2018. Become a Better Listener. Sounds simple right? It’s not. Over the next few weeks I’m going to give you some ideas on how to become a Better Listener in preparation for your 2018 resolution.
Today is a little self promotion time. It’s all about our newsletter It’s All Mishegoss. I’m working on subscribers and am inviting you to sign up. It’s free, informative, and it only comes once a week on Sunday.
Success isn’t something you need gurus for. You can find success within without the help of these self help gurus. Half the time it doesn’t work anyway. Your DNA is totally different. Remember you have success within. You just need to find it and harness it.
This podcast is all about, wait for it,,,,
No matter what you want to organize I can give you one word, way, and or thought to make organizing fun and worthwhile. That word is, wait for it,,,,
Simple as that. Listen in for the details!
It's a lifestyle. It just depends on how you think of it and embrace it. Everyone has some sort of mishegoss going on. It's just understanding it and embracing it as a lifestyle.
Mindful Eating by Darya Rose can be found on her website Summer Tomato.
You can join the group Mindful Meal Challenge on Facebook by clicking here.
This episode as you can tell is all about ADHD and living with it for 56 years. If you would like more information just reach out to me at email@example.com or comment on here or wherever you listen to the podcast with a comment.
I'm looking forward to your questions, comments, and being able to help you if you want it?
Here's the link to Faster Than Normal with Peter Shankman. I recommend you check it out, listen in a
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org (not cickable) Let me know you want 13 minutes on air and we will make it happen.
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It's the special edition of It's All Mishegoss I promised. What's special you assk? Glad you asked!
Starting next week, June 5th to be exact.
Daily podcast from me about life, health, business, parenting (The Life of Papa), politics and tech. Should be interesting, right? At the very least entertaining.
So kick back, tune in and don't get caught at work listening if that's where you listen.
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