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524 | Entrepreneurship, Creativity, and ADHD - with Justine Clay

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In this episode, Eric is joined by Justine Clay! Justine, who is a neurotypical mom of a neurodivergent kid, is also a speaker, writer, business coach, and ADHD coach, for creative entrepreneurs and freelancers. Using her actionable-profitable-by-design framework, Justine helps established creative professionals and business-owners identify and articulate their unique value, position themselves to high-quality while paying clients, and build a fulfilling, efficient, and profitable creative business! Find more from Justine! Website :: justineclay.com Instagram :: @justine_clay LinkedIn :: https://www.linkedin.com/in/justineclay In this episode, you’ll hear tips and discussions about: Helping people articulate what they want among a sea of ideas and different ways of co-collaborating Getting down to what someone needs vs. what they think they need & finding the fundamentals What do you do when you’re procrastinating? / Monetizing your zone of genius and accepting your gifts What is unique about the ADHD entrepreneur vs. a neurotypical entrepreneur? Starting three things as a way to get unstuck and finding the “goldilocks” amount of pressure Creating structure with flexibility and options / “Don’t check your email first thing in the morning.” The importance of understanding your own tendencies / the power of the pause “So many ‘fires’ are just bright shiny objects that don’t actually need our attention right now.” “If you don’t run your own attention, someone (or something) else will run it for you.” Identifying an area of focus / Building on longer term goals and long-term coaching Who am I, who am I for, and how do I serve them? / “Be in community with other people who are doing what you’re doing.” The benefits and immense value of having diversity of life, experience, and ideologies within a team Mindset hurdles that show up for ADHD entrepreneurs and addressing negative thoughts and noise in our brains “What are you actually afraid of? What’s the worst that could happen? What is within our power?” Creating a, “You’re Awesome!” folder to mitigate negative messaging Addressing the topic of money with compassion / “Numbers don’t define who you are as a human being.” “A moment spent worrying about money is a moment you’ve stolen from yourself where you could be working on your unique brilliance…” Finding a good financial advisor who will meet you where you’re at, who understands your needs, understands your ADHD, and understands your goals The importance of taking away 3 actionable steps and a deliverable roadmap Systemizing to make things easier so we’re not constantly reinventing the wheel Burnout and dealing with the stressors vs. processing physical stress Benefits of a morning journaling practice, using it as a brain dump, and addressing limiting beliefs How to start a morning journaling practice / Handwriting vs. typing “The things that pay the most dividends can tend to have the hardest onramp.” “Just try harder” doesn’t work / “Why might this help?” Resources & Honorable Mentions Article :: How to Find your Zone of Genius Article :: How to Get Into the Zone of Genius and Unlock Your Highest Potential (on Forbes) Article: Gay Hendricks and Andy Wang on the Inspired Money Podcast Website :: Hendricks Institute @ hendricks.com Website :: Ten Percent Happier @ www.tenpercent.com Podcast :: Ten Percent Happier @ www.tenpercent.com/podcast App :: Loom - for video recording and collaboration - at loom.com Book :: Burnout: The Secret to Unlocking the Stress Cycle - by Emily (PhD) and Amelia (DMA) Nagoski (at www.burnoutbook.net) Book :: The Artist’s Way: A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity - Julia Cameron 🌟 Interested in group coaching and want to take your ADHD management to the next level? Go to coachingrewired.com to get all the up-to-date information on how to join our award-winning online coaching and accountability groups! 🌟 Interested in 1-on-1 coaching? Learn more and get in touch with Dana Crews at www.adhdrewired.com/coach-dana-crews 🌟 Check out the newest podcast on the ADHD reWired Podcast Network :: The ADHD Creatives Podcast with Kristin Marts, LCSW @ theadhdcreativespodcast.com 🎙️ 🎧
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In this episode, Eric is joined by Justine Clay! Justine, who is a neurotypical mom of a neurodivergent kid, is also a speaker, writer, business coach, and ADHD coach, for creative entrepreneurs and freelancers. Using her actionable-profitable-by-design framework, Justine helps established creative professionals and business-owners identify and articulate their unique value, position themselves to high-quality while paying clients, and build a fulfilling, efficient, and profitable creative business! Find more from Justine! Website :: justineclay.com Instagram :: @justine_clay LinkedIn :: https://www.linkedin.com/in/justineclay In this episode, you’ll hear tips and discussions about: Helping people articulate what they want among a sea of ideas and different ways of co-collaborating Getting down to what someone needs vs. what they think they need & finding the fundamentals What do you do when you’re procrastinating? / Monetizing your zone of genius and accepting your gifts What is unique about the ADHD entrepreneur vs. a neurotypical entrepreneur? Starting three things as a way to get unstuck and finding the “goldilocks” amount of pressure Creating structure with flexibility and options / “Don’t check your email first thing in the morning.” The importance of understanding your own tendencies / the power of the pause “So many ‘fires’ are just bright shiny objects that don’t actually need our attention right now.” “If you don’t run your own attention, someone (or something) else will run it for you.” Identifying an area of focus / Building on longer term goals and long-term coaching Who am I, who am I for, and how do I serve them? / “Be in community with other people who are doing what you’re doing.” The benefits and immense value of having diversity of life, experience, and ideologies within a team Mindset hurdles that show up for ADHD entrepreneurs and addressing negative thoughts and noise in our brains “What are you actually afraid of? What’s the worst that could happen? What is within our power?” Creating a, “You’re Awesome!” folder to mitigate negative messaging Addressing the topic of money with compassion / “Numbers don’t define who you are as a human being.” “A moment spent worrying about money is a moment you’ve stolen from yourself where you could be working on your unique brilliance…” Finding a good financial advisor who will meet you where you’re at, who understands your needs, understands your ADHD, and understands your goals The importance of taking away 3 actionable steps and a deliverable roadmap Systemizing to make things easier so we’re not constantly reinventing the wheel Burnout and dealing with the stressors vs. processing physical stress Benefits of a morning journaling practice, using it as a brain dump, and addressing limiting beliefs How to start a morning journaling practice / Handwriting vs. typing “The things that pay the most dividends can tend to have the hardest onramp.” “Just try harder” doesn’t work / “Why might this help?” Resources & Honorable Mentions Article :: How to Find your Zone of Genius Article :: How to Get Into the Zone of Genius and Unlock Your Highest Potential (on Forbes) Article: Gay Hendricks and Andy Wang on the Inspired Money Podcast Website :: Hendricks Institute @ hendricks.com Website :: Ten Percent Happier @ www.tenpercent.com Podcast :: Ten Percent Happier @ www.tenpercent.com/podcast App :: Loom - for video recording and collaboration - at loom.com Book :: Burnout: The Secret to Unlocking the Stress Cycle - by Emily (PhD) and Amelia (DMA) Nagoski (at www.burnoutbook.net) Book :: The Artist’s Way: A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity - Julia Cameron 🌟 Interested in group coaching and want to take your ADHD management to the next level? Go to coachingrewired.com to get all the up-to-date information on how to join our award-winning online coaching and accountability groups! 🌟 Interested in 1-on-1 coaching? Learn more and get in touch with Dana Crews at www.adhdrewired.com/coach-dana-crews 🌟 Check out the newest podcast on the ADHD reWired Podcast Network :: The ADHD Creatives Podcast with Kristin Marts, LCSW @ theadhdcreativespodcast.com 🎙️ 🎧
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