Episode 137: How to Get That Thing That You REALLY Don’t Want to Do, Done!

Is there something that’s hanging out there, that you really want to accomplish but you JUST. CAN’T. START? Then this is the podcast for you. Short, simple and fun. If you keep it light and easy, it’ll work every time!😂

EP. 137: How to Get That Thing That You REALLY Don't Want to Do, Done!

Listen to this episode from ADHD for Smart Ass Women with Tracy Otsuka on Spotify. Tracy shares: Why forcing ourselves to do mundane tasks doesn't work The real question to ask ourselves that helps us get things done Why do our ADHD brains struggle to get through boring, predictable, mundane tasks What three things must an ADHD strategy employ for us to successfully get a boring, predictable task done?

Episode 136: ADHD and Creativity with Artist and Online Entrepreneur, Miriam Schulman

Join Tracy as she welcomes Miriam Schulman to Ep. 136 of her podcast ADHD for Smart Ass Women. So for all these reasons, I am delighted to introduce you to Miriam Schulman, artist and founder of The Inspiration Place. Through her online classes, business coaching programs, and popular podcast, she’s helped thousands of artists around the world develop their skill sets and sell more art.

EP. 136: ADHD and Creativity with Artist and Online Entrepreneur, Miriam Schulman

Listen to this episode from ADHD for Smart Ass Women with Tracy Otsuka on Spotify. Join Tracy as she welcomes Miriam Schulman to Ep. 136 of her podcast ADHD for Smart Ass Women. So for all these reasons, I am delighted to introduce you to Miriam Schulman, artist and founder of The Inspiration Place.

Episode 135: ADHD, Suicide Prevention and Audio Journaling with Grace L’Orange

This week Tracy welcomes Grace L’Orange to episode #135 of ADHD for Smart Ass Women. Grace is a school psychologist, behavior specialist, and suicide prevention coordinator working in public education with a B.S. in Psychology and an advanced Education Specialist degree in School Psychology. Grace is passionate about equity, inclusion, and advocacy for all students, especially those with disabilities and other differences. In addition to her direct work with students, she collaborates with and educates other adults to better understand and address the specific impacts these differences have on daily life.

EP. 135: ADHD, Suicide Prevention and Audio Journaling with Grace L'Orange

Listen to this episode from ADHD for Smart Ass Women with Tracy Otsuka on Spotify. This week Tracy welcomes Grace L'Orange to episode #135 of ADHD for Smart Ass Women. Grace is a school psychologist, behavior specialist, and suicide prevention coordinator working in public education with a B.S.

Episode 134: ADHD, Entrepreneurship and Social Media with Kamden Hainsworth

This week Tracy welcomes Kamden Hainsworth to Episode #134 of ADHD for Smart Ass Women. Kamden lives with her husband and three (almost four) daughters in Springville, Utah. She enjoys spending time in the nearby mountains, traveling, working on home improvement projects, and serving in her community and church. Kamden worked as an educator in a variety of capacities for over ten years. She has always felt the most fulfilled helping others realize their true potential. Years after her daughter was diagnosed, Kamden received her own ADHD diagnosis at 36 years old and quickly began advocating and researching to learn how to build her new amazing life as an ADHDer. She now helps solopreneurs with ADHD find their voice and translate that into their business specifically with marketing and social media.

EP. 134: ADHD, Entrepreneurship and Social Media with Kamden Hainsworth

Listen to this episode from ADHD for Smart Ass Women with Tracy Otsuka on Spotify. This week Tracy welcomes Kamden Hainsworth to Episode #134 of ADHD for Smart Ass Women. Kamden lives with her husband and three (almost four) daughters in Springville, Utah.

Episode 133: ADHD and The Appeal of Alternative Careers with Beekeeper Adrienne Smith

This week Tracy welcomes Adrienne Smith to Episode #133 of ADHD for Smart Ass Women. Adrienne is a beekeeper who was accepted into the Oregon State Master Beekeeper program. She will take her final journeyperson exam at the end of this month and has been studying honeybee beekeeping since 2014. She lives in Central Oregon with her husband on a small farm with her bees, chickens, donkeys, a cat and some koi fish.

Ep. 133: ADHD and The Appeal of Alternative Careers with Beekeeper Adrienne Smith

Listen to this episode from ADHD for Smart Ass Women with Tracy Otsuka on Spotify. This week Tracy welcomes Adrienne Smith to Episode #133 of ADHD for Smart Ass Women. Adrienne is a beekeeper who was accepted into the Oregon State Master Beekeeper program.

Episode 132: ADHD and Trauma with Psychotherapist, Denese Marshall

This week Tracy welcomes Denese Marshall to Episode #132 of ADHD for Smart Ass Women where the conversations will be all about ADHD and trauma. Denese Marshall, MA, is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Advanced Alcohol & Drug Counselor, and a Nationally Board Certified Counselor. She has a BA in Psychology, a BA in Criminology and a Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Denese works with adolescents and adults facing addiction, trauma and OCD. She is passionate about the acceptance of differences and has authored a bullying prevention book to teach children ages 4-7 to accept differences and exercise acts of kindness.

EP. 132: ADHD and Trauma with Psychotherapist, Denese Marshall

Listen to this episode from ADHD for Smart Ass Women with Tracy Otsuka on Spotify. This week Tracy welcomes Denese Marshall to Episode #132 of ADHD for Smart Ass Women where the conversations will be all about ADHD and trauma. Denese Marshall, MA, is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Advanced Alcohol & Drug Counselor, and a Nationally Board Certified Counselor.

Episode 131: ADHD and a Million Gold Stars

Join Tracy for Episode #131 of ADHD for Smart Ass Women as she celebrates the one-millionth download of her podcast and expresses her gratitude for your support and confidence. Tracy spends this episode sharing how this podcast has changed her life. She discusses what she’s learned and how it might help you too.

EP. 131: ADHD and a Million Gold Stars

Listen to this episode from ADHD for Smart Ass Women with Tracy Otsuka on Spotify. Join Tracy for Episode #131 of ADHD for Smart Ass Women as she celebrates the one-millionth download of her podcast and expresses her gratitude for your support and confidence. Tracy spends this episode sharing how this podcast has changed her life.

Episode 130: The Collaborative & Proactive Solutions System for Challenging Kids with ADHD

Join Tracy for Episode #130 of ADHD for Smart Ass Women where she talks about challenging kids with ADHD and the Collaborative & Proactive Solutions (CPS) system developed by Dr. Robert Greene. CPS was developed as a way to diffuse power struggles between parents and their challenging kids, specifically kids with explosive behavior issues. It’s used in juvenile detention facilities, prisons, schools and of course with families around the world.

EP. 130: The Collaborative & Proactive Solutions System for Challenging Kids with ADHD

Listen to this episode from ADHD for Smart Ass Women with Tracy Otsuka on Spotify. Join Tracy for Episode #130 of ADHD for Smart Ass Women where she talks about challenging kids with ADHD and the Collaborative & Proactive Solutions (CPS) system developed by Dr. Robert Greene.

Episode 129: ADHD, Asian Americans and the Model Minority Myth

Join Tracy as she welcomes her guest to Episode 129 of her podcast, ADHD for Smart Ass Women. Meral is a writer, business analyst, and mental health advocate based in the Midwest. She just published her first book, Saaya Unveiled: South Asian Mental Health Spotlighted, to increase education and acceptance on mental health in the South Asian diaspora. Her future goals include teaching self defense and developing a health and wellness app.

EP. 129: ADHD, Asian Americans and the Model Minority Myth

Listen to this episode from ADHD for Smart Ass Women with Tracy Otsuka on Spotify. Join Tracy as she welcomes her guest Mrinal Gokhale to Episode 129 of her podcast, ADHD for Smart Ass Women. Mrinal Gokhale is a writer, business analyst, and mental health advocate based in the Midwest.

Episode 128: ADHD and Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria with Keynote Speaker, Jessica Fern

Join Tracy as she welcomes Jessica Fern to Ep. 128 of her podcast, ADHD for Smart Ass Women. Jessica is a Senior Director of Training & Development for the 4th largest multifamily management company in the US and doubles as a national speaker, coach, and strategist. Jessica is a keynote speaker, who was most recently featured on a national panel for Women in Leadership. She has a series on Multifamily Leadership Studio that includes Legendary Leadership which earned her the nickname The Wolf of Leadership. Jessica's newest project is her solutions-oriented coaching/consulting and podcast called "Living with Einstein."

EP. 128: ADHD and Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria with Keynote Speaker, Jessica Fern

Listen to this episode from ADHD for Smart Ass Women with Tracy Otsuka on Spotify. Join Tracy as she welcomes Jessica Fern to Ep. 128 of her podcast, ADHD for Smart Ass Women. Jessica is a Senior Director of Training & Development for the 4th largest multifamily management company in the US and doubles as a national speaker, coach, and strategist.

Episode 127: How to Improve ADHD & RSD Symptoms with Yogi, Adell Bridges

Join Tracy as she welcomes Adell Bridges to Episode 127 of her podcast, ADHD for Smart Ass Women. Adell is an international yoga teacher, health coach, and author who applies her degree in psychology with her training in the neurology of movement to her yoga and movement teachings. She now splits her time between London and Florida, and shares her love for the power of mindful movement to her online community on MoveWithAdell.com and her half a million Instagram followers. She is currently coauthoring a book on hyper-mobility.

EP. 127: How to Improve ADHD & RSD Symptoms with Yogi, Adell Bridges

Listen to this episode from ADHD for Smart Ass Women with Tracy Otsuka on Spotify. Join Tracy as she welcomes Adell Bridges to Episode 127 of her podcast, ADHD for Smart Ass Women. Adell is an international yoga teacher, health coach, and author who applies her degree in psychology with her training in the neurology of movement to her yoga and movement teachings.

Episode 126: From Homeless Shelter to Covid Infection Control Scientist with Tiffany Jackson

Today Tracy welcomes Tiffany Jackson to the podcast. Tiffany shares her indefatigable childhood story of being abandoned by her mother, bouncing from one relatives home to another, and spending one perfect year at an elite boarding high school only to end up at a homeless shelter as a minor. Throughout all of this, Tiffany had a dream to make something out of her life. Since then she’s graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communication from the Dan Rather School of Communications at Sam Houston State University, attended a year of law school which is where she received her ADHD diagnosis and in 2018 she graduated from Texas A&M University’s College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences with a Master of Biomedical Science.

EP. 126: From Homeless Shelter to Covid Infection Control Scientist with Tiffany Jackson

Listen to this episode from ADHD for Smart Ass Women with Tracy Otsuka on Spotify. Today Tracy welcomes Tiffany Jackson to the podcast. Tiffany shares her indefatigable childhood story of being abandoned by her mother, bouncing from one relatives home to another, and spending one perfect year at an elite boarding high school only to end up at a homeless shelter as a minor.

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