Author: Duane Gordon

What a Ride with ADHD!

By Janet L. Schmidt Entrepreneurship began for Daniel Lieberman with his first business endeavor at 10 years old!  He began in his neighborhood washing cars.  Later, in high school he ran for office in school to run the school store. He lost the race for that position, but it didn’t deter him.  Later in college, he […]

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A Special Gift to Women with ADHD

By: Patti Schwab The newly published “A Radical Guide for Women with ADHD” by Sari Solden, MS and Michelle Frank PsyD  is more than a guide to overcome your struggles with ADHD but insight into living a life free from the shame and negativity we carry with us. Women with ADHD spend so much time […]

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Technology “Inclusiveness”

By Duane Gordon   Microsoft has an office of “Disability Inclusion.” But does it include us?  We Depend on Technology… Technology has probably saved my life. It has saved my sanity and my career. As an adult with ADHD, I’m sure you’ll agree technology has made life easier. I rely on devices, apps and computer software to cope […]

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ADHD is not One-Size-Fits-All

When I first started to figure out my ADHD (and this wasn’t easy, but that’s another story) I thought I had solved the problem for my ADHD daughter as well. My youngest daughter was diagnosed with ADHD before I was – in fact, as is often the case, I only discovered my own ADHD through […]

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