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Ranging from 15 to 90 minutes, these self-paced lessons are practical and challenging.
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100 | Mental Health Series: ADHD
Having ADHD means your brain is wired differently than a neurotypical brain. "This difference in circuitry is not somehow wrong, incomplete, or shameful. However, it does present you with significant challenges like lack of time management, organization skills, forgetfulness, trouble completing tasks, mood swings, and relationship problems." You need encouragement and strategies, and that's why Dr. Tamara Rosier is here. She joins us today with a clear message: Your Brain's Not Broken.
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A second generation family business leader who has grown the business 42% over the last 20 years by building a TEAM around him that supports the vision he cast. If you don't think CREATIVITY, FUN, ENTHUSIASM, and CULTURE are ways to growth your business - keep err movin'! Patrick brings a passion for people, business, and leadership in everything he does at the Impact of Leadership.
Husband, Dad to 4 kids, an avid outdoorsman, and over 10 years of sales experience; from rep to department head responsible for $36mm in production. As the host of The Impact of Leadership podcast, he follows his curiosity by interviewing leaders who are winning. Steve, has one hand grasping what it takes to win in business and the other holding on to living a life full of adventure. Why not have both?