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Latest Episodes

Episode 196: ADHD and Imposter Syndrome with Author and Sales Expert, Shianne Sampson

There are so many great ADHD podcasts out there that deliver the latest research and feature leading experts, but I think that what makes this podcast so different and valuable are the stories. 

EP. 196: ADHD and Imposter Syndrome with Author and Sales Expert, Shianne Sampson

Listen to this episode from ADHD for Smart Ass Women with Tracy Otsuka on Spotify. There are so many great ADHD podcasts out there that deliver the latest research and feature leading experts, but I think that what makes this podcast so different and valuable are the stories.

Episode 192: ADHD and Imposter Syndrome with Artist and Entrepreneur, Katie Hayes

It isn’t a stretch to say that imposter syndrome likely takes up space in most ADHD brains (and how could it not when we’re constantly feeling like we aren’t reaching our potential?), but there’s an extra layer of self-doubt that comes with the vulnerability of putting yourself out into the world creatively. Artist and entrepreneur Katie Hayes always felt drawn to art growing up and knew she had a great talent for it, but she never considered that she was good enough to turn her art into a full-time creative career. 

EP. 192: ADHD and Imposter Syndrome with Artist and Entrepreneur, Katie Hayes

Listen to this episode from ADHD for Smart Ass Women with Tracy Otsuka on Spotify. It isn't a stretch to say that imposter syndrome likely takes up space in most ADHD brains (and how could it not when we're constantly feeling like we aren't reaching our potential?), but there's an extra layer of self-doubt that comes with the vulnerability of putting yourself out into the world creatively.

Episode 187: ADHD and How to Feel Good and Inspire with Teen Recording Artist, Devyne Bean

I always say that ADHD has the potential to be our greatest superpower if we can learn how to harness it, and my guest this episode, recording artist Devyne Bean, is the living embodiment of that. At a young age, Devyne figured out that if she could channel her hyperactivity and add structure to her days, her entrepreneurial spirit and strong work ethic would allow her to follow her passions wherever they led her, and she hasn’t looked back since.

EP. 187: ADHD and How to Feel Good and Inspire with Teen Recording Artist, Devyne Bean

Listen to this episode from ADHD for Smart Ass Women with Tracy Otsuka on Spotify. I always say that ADHD has the potential to be our greatest superpower if we can learn how to harness it, and my guest this episode, recording artist Devyne Bean, is the living embodiment of that.

Episode 184: ADHD and Overcoming Imposter Syndrome with Danielle House

Last episode I did a solo overview of imposter syndrome to lay the foundation for my wonderful conversation with my guest this episode, Danielle House. Danielle is a shining example of how imposter syndrome can weasel its way into the lives of even the most accomplished ADHD women. At  30 she became the CEO of a medical device company, yet, up until recently, she held the belief that her success was due to luck, a mistake–anything but her own intelligence and ability. 

EP. 184: ADHD and Overcoming Imposter Syndrome with Danielle House

Listen to this episode from ADHD for Smart Ass Women with Tracy Otsuka on Spotify. Last episode I did a solo overview of imposter syndrome to lay the foundation for my wonderful conversation with my guest this episode, Danielle House.

Episode 183: Why ADHD Women Might Struggle More with Imposter Syndrome

Every day I meet amazingly brilliant ADHD women who cannot see their own brilliance. These women may have an impressive list of accomplishments, but because they struggle to keep up with the behind-the-scenes tasks that society tells us are a measurement of our value, all they can focus on are those struggles. 

Episode 47: Why Gratitude is Even More Important to the ADHD Brain

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, Tracy talks about ADHD and gratitude. A practice of gratitude is important for every one but for those of us with ADHD it’s even more important. Why? Because processing emotions start in the brain itself and emotions motivate action. That means that if your emotions are negative you will be completely unmotivated but if you’re emotions are positive and you’re working in an area of high interest, the sky is the limit.

EP. 47: Why Gratitude is Even More Important to the ADHD Brain

Listen to this episode from ADHD for Smart Ass Women with Tracy Otsuka on Spotify. In the spirit of Thanksgiving, Tracy talks about ADHD and gratitude. A practice of gratitude is important for every one but for those of us with ADHD it's even more important. Why?

Episode 42: Everyone Does NOT Have ADHD!

In this episode Tracy talks about the myth that “everyone has ADHD.” Discover what behavioral characteristics the general population shares with those of us with ADHD. You’ll learn about the following:

EP. 42: Everyone Does NOT Have ADHD!

Listen to this episode from ADHD for Smart Ass Women with Tracy Otsuka on Spotify. In this episode Tracy talks about the myth that "everyone has ADHD." Discover what behavioral characteristics the general population shares with those of us with ADHD. You'll learn about the following: What distinguishes adults with ADHD from the general population who display ADHD characteristics?

Episode 35: How To Respond When People Tell You ADHD Isn't Real

In this episode, Tracy talks about how to respond when a friend, family member, teacher, coworker or boss tells you that there is no such thing as ADHD? Tracy starts out by sharing her thoughts with anyone who is listening to this episode and doesn’t believe in ADHD and tells them why their viewpoint is hurting their relationship with their ADHD friend, family member or colleague.

EP. 35: How To Respond When People Tell You ADHD Isn't Real

Listen to this episode from ADHD for Smart Ass Women with Tracy Otsuka on Spotify. In this episode, Tracy talks about how to respond when a friend, family member, teacher, coworker or boss tells you that there is no such thing as ADHD?

Episode 20: How To Figure Out Your ADHD Strengths

In this episode, Tracy shares a quick method for discovering your character strengths. Learn why it’s so important for those with an ADHD brain to focus on what we’re interested in and how we can internally motivate ourselves.Tracy talks about the VIA Character Strengths Test and how it can help us determine if we’re moving in the right direction in our careers and life

EP. 20: How To Figure Out Your ADHD Strengths

Listen to this episode from ADHD for Smart Ass Women with Tracy Otsuka on Spotify. In this episode, Tracy shares a quick method for discovering your character strengths. Learn why it's so important for those with an ADHD brain to focus on what we're interested in and how we can internally motivate ourselves.

Episode 15: Why Major Life Decisions Are So Difficult To Make For Those Of Us With ADHD

In this podcast I answer Amanda’s question who is one of our Facebook Group members. Amanda asked what she should do if she’s bored in her career and knows she needs a new or different challenge. Tracy first shares why major life decisions are so hard for everyone to make but especially hard for those with ADHD

EP. 15: Why Major Life Decisions Are So Difficult To Make For Those Of Us With ADHD

Listen to this episode from ADHD for Smart Ass Women with Tracy Otsuka on Spotify. In this podcast I answer Amanda's question who is one of our Facebook Group members. Amanda asked what she should do if she's bored in her career and knows she needs a new or different challenge.

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