Awesome

I’m in my early 30s and finally got officially diagnosed with adhd and I can’t tell you how amazing it is to hear people talk about adhd in such a relatable positive way! I never knew there were so many people who are so like me. Thank you thank you for this podcast.

June 20, 2022 by HaileyB90

Keep the episodes coming!

I love this pod! Looking forward to more guests. After getting fired from my dream job I finally accepted that the 9-5 world is not for me. I’m now thriving as a photographer and even filmed a documentary. Still learning how to manage a business and manage my symptoms though. The latest episode convinced me to hire an accountant as soon as possible. Thank you for doing this! —Enyo (IG: enyo_snapped)

June 12, 2022 by Sorry I Event Tried

This is amazing

I recently was diagnosed with ADHD, and listening to other peoples experiences has been life changing. For years I was frustrated with my in ability to motivate myself and in a constant cycle of anxiety and depression. Listening to other people who have been in the exact same place and seeing their success gives me hope for my continued success grappling with my diagnosis and the way I interface with the world. Really thankful for the show! I have found myself near tears finally feeling that I am not the only person struggling with this.

May 18, 2022 by Grazingcattle

Great discussions on ADHD

Jesse does an amazing job with this podcast. The interviews are only 30 minutes which makes them easy to consume. The content is on point and useful. I love hearing other people’s stories about how ADHD affects them and how they cope.

May 15, 2022 by Jgguthri

More, please!

Really well done, so relatable, very helpful and informative. I also love the efficiency (you got right into it), and the entertaining, warm, sincere discussions about how ADHD brains can work, with the overall understanding that neurodiversity presents in different ways from person to person, and that that’s perfectly fine. Thank you! Looking forward to more!

April 20, 2022 by FranciscaThings

Feel Belonging!

I normally avoid hanging with others like me because it scares me—‘oh no, am I really like that? Is that traumatic thing going to happen to me?’ But I’ve followed Jesse since his Second Brain Summit interview. I look forward to his delightful loving approach in the new Podcast—first episode with Stephen made me feel like I belong!

April 20, 2022 by High Modern Lily

Be still my ADHD heart

I found Jesse on twitter handing down some really great ADHD advice and interacting with his followers and this podcast is an extension of that. A lot of great info, commiseration, and acceptance for the neurologically divergent. Plus, there short episodes that keep my attention!

April 20, 2022 by NicholasNieblas

Informal and informative

I felt like I was in the room with the two during the conversation.

April 19, 2022 by rk123