We’ve got an excellent “TADD” Talk for you today! As part of ADHD Awareness Month and our special activities, ADDA has created TADD Talks, where we’ll be Talking about ADD every day the entire month of October!
In today’s TADD talk, Peter Shankman, discusses “Lessons Learned from 150 Faster Than Normal Podcast Interviews.”
And if you enjoyed today’s TADD Talk, you’ll want to learn more about what Peter has to offer.
The New York Times has called Peter Shankman “a rockstar who knows everything about social media and then some.” He is a bestselling author, entrepreneur, and corporate keynote speaker, focusing on customer service and the new and emerging customer and neuroatypical economy. With three startup launches and exits under his belt, he is recognized worldwide for radically new ways of thinking about the customer experience, social media, PR, marketing, advertising, and ADHD. Some of his career highlights include founding HARO (Help A Reporter Out), which became the standard for thousands of journalists looking for sources prior to being acquired three years after launch; the ShankMinds Breakthrough Network, an elite, online mastermind of thought leaders, business experts, and change makers; and Faster than Normal, the #1 podcast on ADHD, focusing on the superpowers and gifts of having a faster than normal brain, which has helped thousands of people all around the world realize that having a neuroatypical brain is actually a gift, not a curse. Shankman is a worldwide influencer and/or spokesperson for several global brands including Specialized Bicycles, Skratch Labs, Sylvania Lighting, National Car Rental, and many others. He is a father, an Ironman triathlete, a class B licensed skydiver, and has a pretty serious Peloton addiction. When he’s not traveling around the world speaking to companies big and small, he’s based in NYC with his five-year-old daughter and nineteen-year-old cat, both of whom consistently refuse him access to the couch.
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