Host of the “I Have ADHD” podcast
Her website with her “FOCUSED” group coaching program: IHaveADHD.com.
In this episode, Kristen tells her favorite mistake story about spending $10,000 on a “mastermind” group that was not at all what she expected. Why was there a gap between her expectations and reality? When did she realize there was a problem? What did she do and how did she learn from this, as a coach-ee and a coach? We also talk about mistakes related to understanding ADHD and living with it — at work and in our personal lives.
As she always says on her podcast, she’s “medicated, caffeinated, and ready to roll.”
Questions and Topics:
- When did you realize it was a mistake? Did you ask for a refund? 3 reasons why not…
- When should somebody join a “mastermind” instead of getting 1×1 coaching?
- Lesson learned: explicitly lays out WHAT a mastermind is when she sells one
- Red flags that you’re getting bad info about ADHD?
- Why ADHD is not simply a “gift” or a “superpower”?
- How do you define ADHD?
- The inability to direct attention
- Trouble regulating impulse – attention and emotion?
- You were diagnosed in college… I was diagnosed last year at age 48… what led to you getting diagnosed?
- Causes? Differences in the brain?
- A mistake to tell people at work that you’re ADHD?
- Kristen’s episode: Should You Tell People About Your ADHD?
- Explanation not an excuse
- Her FOCUSED coaching program
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