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Motherhood in ADHD – Parenting with ADHD, Productivity Tips, Brain based Science, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Education to Help Moms with Adult ADHD

Oct 7, 2021

Would you be willing to do a live interview in front of 800+ people?

Our new friend Jessi Romero jumped right in with me as we hosted a fantastic LIVE chat on Fishbowl about overcoming and succeeding in the workplace when you have ADHD. Was it luck or was it all of the awesome ADHD Brains that joined together that made this episode so motivating?

Not that I had any doubts because Jessi is an amazing resource and mentor for ADHD female entrepreneurs. She teaches, strengthens, and encourages female entrepreneurs with ADHD to run their own businesses by leaning into their ADHD.

During Part 1 of our conversation, we focus on navigating life as a person living with ADHD.

We discussed:

  • Using ADHD to your advantage (Could it be your secret weapon?)
  • Emotional dysregulation and how it shows up in our work
  • Why we struggle with AND how to overcome imposter syndrome
  • Why it's important to ask for help when we need it
    How to prep yourself for a job interview

There's LOTS of goodness in this one, Successful Mama! Jessi's experience as an ADHD Business & Marketing Coach, a mama, and a leader in the ADHD support industry gives her great insights into the common struggles of women who have ADHD and what they can do to achieve the success they crave.

Special thanks to Jessi Romero for joining me for today's episode! You can find her in her free Facebook community, on her website, and on her socials (Facebook & Instagram).

If you haven't already, make sure to subscribe to the Motherhood in ADHD Podcast to be notified for Part 2 of our convo when it drops next week!

More info about Jessi:
Jessi is a Houston Colombian-American toddler mom that started a community in 2020 that has grown over to 35,000 ADHD'ers today that are either wanting to jump into entrepreneurship or currently running their own businesses. She got tired of trying all the neurotypical advice for business owners and failing one too many times at it. Now she coaches ADHD Entrepreneurs on how to structure their business to their brain and implement growth strategies that don't make them cringe or worse, burn out.

Join us in the Motherhood in ADHD Community Support Group on Facebook! 

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