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The podcast for adults with ADHD. Hear stories, learn strategies, and get great productivity tips as we talk about the real-life struggles and what it takes to achieve success. Host, Eric Tivers, LCSW, is a psychotherapist, coach and entrepreneur (with ADHD) in private practice. Eric interviews a variety of guests. Many are people just like yourself, as well professionals, entrepreneurs, and ADHD experts.
 
A weekly 30-minute podcast focused on the business of fashion. Fashion Rewired is about the successful transformation of your mind, perspective, and daily approach to your fashion brand. During the Fashion Rewired Podcast, we chat with successful fashion designers and business entrepreneurs who share their powerful stories of success. While providing real time industry tips, tools, and actionable strategies to execute today. With the goal of DESIGNING our listener’s brands for success! YOUR ...
 
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From sobriety to self care, Rewired Radio will explore the power of incorporating authenticity, gratitude, and compassion into our lives. Wherever you are on your wellness journey, Rewired Radio will provide you with the tips, tools, support, and inspiration you'll need to help you grow and evolve.
 
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Rewired is back for its biggest season yet. In season four, we will hear how ARENA funding is helping to trial new ways of producing metals like steel and aluminium using renewable energy. Experts will share progress commercialising technologies like renewable hydrogen and electric vehicles, which are finally achieving long-held potential. And we will explore how Australia’s riches of wind and solar could unlock opportunities to undertake more energy-intensive processes onshore, creating job ...
 
The Rewired Fitness Podcast discusses Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), and Neurodiversity! The show provides strategies that can help manage ADHD. I have been studying and learning about ADHD since 2015. I have read thousands of articles and am still excited to learn more about ADHD every day! I started the podcast to share what I have learned to help others. The episodes are inspirational and fun. An occasional tangent may happen! The podcas ...
 
The Rewired Soul podcast is for people who are forever curious and lovers of learning. We grow through intellectual humility and nuanced conversations, and that's what you'll find here. In each episode, Chris Boutté interviews authors who are scientists, psychologists, philosophers, journalists, and other experts in their field.
 
Finance Rewired explores the issues and ideas that are shaping the next generation of financial services. We feature conversations with policymakers, entrepreneurs and thought leaders who are at the forefront of rethinking (and rewiring) financial products and the economy.
 
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California State University

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California State University podcast Higher Ed Rewired features inspirational stories from higher education faculty, researchers, landscape of postsecondary education. They bring listeners along on their journey of engaging students with innovative practices, overcoming institutional challenges and creating groundbreaking research. Each episode will inspire and expand the listener's understanding of the foundations of student success in higher education.
 
exploring the importance of mindset management to be a successful entrepreneur that is able to embrace failure and pivot when faced with obstacles it's time to breakthrough to your ultimate potential + manifest your goals by shattering limiting beliefs , rewiring your mindset, embracing failure, giving up perfectionist tendencies + kill imposter syndromethrough this series i'll be sharing stories of resilience + best practices for entrepreneurs looking to master their mindset + shatter limit ...
 
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The 27th season of ADHD reWired’s Coaching & Accountability Groups begins in January 2022! Our first registration event is on Saturday, October 30th! If you’ve been wondering what group coaching can do for you, head over to to find out how you can be a part of our award-winning, online and video-based coaching and accountability groups, so you can …
 
Episode Notes Today's guest is the historian and author, Kathleen Belew to discuss her new book A Field Guide to White Supremacy. The book is a collection of writings from a variety of academics discussing how and white supremacy happens, and what we can do about it. In this conversation, we discuss how white supremacy is intertwined with capitalis…
 
Every day we hear about "Blue Light", all of our media devices, and what it can do. Blue light keeps people awake. We are constantly on our media devices and so we get plenty of blue light! Is there an alternative to blue light that can help? This episode discusses the surprising effects of "Red Light" and other colors in relation to "Blue Light". …
 
Brian got the chance to sit down with Ron Thurston a New York based retail expert with more than 30 years of leading top consumer teams from Apple to Tory Burch to Intermix. But, it was only after a mind opening retreat with strangers that challenged Ron’s vision of his legacy that set a series of actions in motion that led to the nation’s first re…
 
Australian solar pioneers have set a new efficiency benchmark with their next generation cells. From humble beginnings in a garage in Sydney’s eastern suburbs, solar startup SunDrive is on a rapid rise. In September, they announced that they had developed the world’s most efficient silicone cell, claiming the record from China’s Longi Solar. The re…
 
Episode Notes We talk about being skeptical and using critical thinking all the time, but can it help with our mental health? Today, we chat with Rebecca Watson from Skepchick about how she uses skepticism and these thinking strategies to manage her mental health. We also talk about debunking bad science, psychics, and more. Follow Rebecca on Twitt…
 
Episode Notes There's a massive supply chain crisis right now, but most of us don't know why it's happening. Today's guest is a tech journalist for the Wall Street Journal and the author of the new book Arriving Today, Christopher Mims. He breaks down the supply chain crisis, and we chat about supply chain workers, Amazon, the future of automation …
 
Brian got the chance to sit down with Ron Thurston a New York based retail expert with more than 30 years of leading top consumer teams from Apple to Tory Burch to Intermix. But, it was only after a mind opening retreat with strangers that challenged Ron’s vision of his legacy that set a series of actions in motion that led to the nation’s first re…
 
Episode Notes Today, we speak with Dr. Traci Baxley about her new book Social Justice Parenting. Not only does this book discuss how we talk with our kids about racism, sexism, and inequality, but it helps us know how we can stop parenting from a place of fear. Traci's book covers mental health, why we need to be introspective parents, and how we c…
 
Episode Notes What is consciousness and why does the research in this field matter? In this episode, we chat with Anil Seth who is one of the leading researchers of consciousness, and we discuss his brand new book. We have a conversation about how we define consciousness, what psychedelics can teach us about the topic, if AI is going to take over t…
 
Episode Notes Technology is accelerating at a rapid pace, but is it something we should be concerned about? Today's guest is Azeem Azhar to chat about his brand new book The Exponential Age. We discuss technology, how it affects workers and the economy, and why we should be optimistic about where we're headed with tech. Follow Azeem on Twitter @aze…
 
Episode Notes Today's guest is the show's very first fiction writer who just came out with a fantastic murder mystery novel. Kat Rosenfield is a journalist who covers a ton of important topics around culture, but she also writes some amazing fiction. In this episode, we discuss Kat's writing process of research, character development, writing a big…
 
Episode Notes Today's guest is influencer Jill Busby to discuss her brand new book Unfollow Me. The book is a collection of essays about Jill's unexpected Instagram virality, her experience with being a Black woman, her relationships, and much more. We talk about her book as well as some other interesting topics in this episode. Follow Jill on Inst…
 
Many people with ADHD hear more negative words growing up throughout their life because of the challenges that ADHD brings. By the time people with ADHD have become adults, they have had a life filled with negative words and phrases. These can have a huge effect on how someone may view themselves. It can shape some of the events and decisions of pe…
 
Episode Notes Tara Haelle is a science journalist as well as the author of books teaching parents how to make informed decisions about vaccines and other medical choices for their kids. In this episode, we chat about how to vet scientific information that comes our way as well as how to teach our kids to think a little bit more scientifically. Foll…
 
Brian got the chance to sit down with a New York based financial leader that (after winning tons of awards for growth and leadership initiatives) decided to leave the cut throat world of Wall Street and chose to REWIRE her creativity into the world of fashion. Sarah Carson of the brand, Leota is on a mission to design fashion that feels as good as …
 
Brian got the chance to sit down with a New York based financial leader that (after winning tons of awards for growth and leadership initiatives) decided to leave the cut throat world of Wall Street and chose to REWIRE her creativity into the world of fashion. Sarah Carson of the brand, Leota is on a mission to design fashion that feels as good as …
 
Episode Notes Today's guest is New York Times writer and author, Erik Vance, and he has an amazing book discussing the science behind the mind's power to change the body. We've discussed a lot of bad science around medicines and bad therapeutic techniques, but Erik explains how there can be benefits from the placebo effect. In the book, Erik not on…
 
Episode Notes Today we speak with author and Harvard lecturer Carole Hooven about her new book T, which is all about testosterone. There are many myths and misconceptions around testosterone, and it can often spark quite a bit of debate. In this episode, we chat with Carole to learn how this hormone shapes behaviors as well as how it affects the tr…
 
Want to join the ADHD reWired Coaching & Accountability Groups? Go now to and get your name added to our winter interest list so you can join our kickoff registration event this month in October! Shownotes & timestamps coming soon... Check out the Other Podcasts on the ADHD reWired Podcast Network: with Brendan Mahan with Will Curb with MJ Siemens …
 
Episode Notes What can atheists learn from world religions? Today's guest is a psychology professor and researcher David DeSteno. David researches the psychology of how we can improve our well-being and has written some phenomenal books. His newest book dives into the psychology and science behind how religious practices and rituals benefit people …
 
This milestone episode was actually Brian being interviewed by the multi-talented host Ritch Erani on his podcast Ritch In Life. What happened next was IRONIC, while talking transparently, both Brian and Ritch realized that a lot of transformative topics were being discussed about his life journey and personal mission. Some points were painfully ho…
 
This milestone episode was actually Brian being interviewed by the multi-talented host Ritch Erani on his podcast Ritch In Life. What happened next was IRONIC, while talking transparently, both Brian and Ritch realized that a lot of transformative topics were being discussed about his life journey and personal mission. Some points were painfully ho…
 
Traveling when you have ADHD can be frustrating. There are so many things that can make for an unhappy traveling experience. Packing for the trip can be the worst! It is dull many times. The excitement for traveling is high! The excitement for packing, not so much. There are things that you can do that can help to make packing a better experience. …
 
Episode Notes Today's guest is Ruth Ben-Ghiat, and she's a historian who studies fascism, propaganda, and other threats to democracy. In this episode, we chat about her phenomenal book Strongmen, which is all about how people like Mussolini, Hitler, and others rise to power. We discuss the Trump presidency, misinformation, what fascism actually mea…
 
Episode Notes We have a lot of misconceptions about pain, and it's one of the contributors to the decades-long opioid epidemic. What if pain doesn't have to be something we avoid? What if it can make us more resilient? Today, we chat with returning guest Margee Kerr to chat about her book Ouch!, which she co-authored with Linda Rodriguez McRobbie. …
 
Episode Notes What does it mean to be a feminist in 2021? There are many feminists who are writing books, and some disagree about what it means to be a good feminist. Today, we talk with long-time feminist and activist Julie Bindel about her new book Feminism for Women. In this conversation, we talk about modern feminism, the serious issue of viole…
 
Episode Notes A massive problem that nobody is talking about is the fact that the media is not only become woke, but they've left the working class behind. Today's guest is Batya Ungar-Sargon to discuss her new book Bad News which addresses this issue and how liberal elites have taken over the conversations for profit. We discuss how we can address…
 
Do you struggle with staying active? Does the word “fitness” make you shy away from starting? Then this is the episode you need to listen to because getting your body moving and adding physical activity to your daily routine doesn’t have to be boring! About Karen: Karen is a body and mind transformation coach & personal trainer for ADHD women. From…
 
Episode Notes It's no secret that there are culture wars, but what most of us don't realize is that billion-dollar corporations are taking advantage of this to make more money. In his book Woke Inc., Vivek Ramaswamy discusses this issue and how it's a distraction from the real problems that Americans are facing. In this episode, we chat with Vivek …
 
Episode Notes Michele Wucker has returned to the podcast in this bonus episode to chat about managing risk when you're a writer, freelancer, or entrepreneur. There are a million ways we can be spending our time, but how do we know which route is the safest? We chat about this and much more in this episode. Enjoy! Follow Michele on Twitter @wuckerGe…
 
ADHD often leads to a person being impulsive. They want to dive right in! Sometimes they dive in and realize it can be overwhelming! Sometimes the thought of doing an activity can cause nervousness. That is where the idea of an ADHD warm-up can help. In this episode, what are ADHD warm-ups? Using the tip/strategy when tackling a big project. How co…
 
Episode Notes In this episode, the best-selling author Mary Roach joins us to discuss her brand new book Fuzz, which is all about nature breaking the law. We have a great conversation going behind the scenes to learn about how she researched this book, what she learned, and how we can take a new perspective on our relationship with nature. Follow M…
 
Episode Notes Do we have more influence than we think? How can this research in social psychology help use to handle rejection? And how do power dynamics affect our influence? Today's guest is Vanessa Bohns, a social psychology researcher specializing in influence. We chat about these topics and much more from her band new book. Follow Vanessa on T…
 
Episode Notes What does it mean to be a good person? How good are we at judging the character of others? And how much do context and situations affect how good or bad we behave? In this episode, we chat with philosopher Christian Miller about his new book, and he helps answer these questions and much more. In this conversation, we discuss morality …
 
Episode Notes Why do wrongful convictions happen so often? How do exonerations affect victims? And how can we educate jurors better to reduce wrongful convictions? Today's guest is Lara Bazelon to discuss her book Rectify, and we chat about these issues as well as more problems with the criminal justice system. She also answers some of my questions…
 
About Nicolas: Nicolas was first originally from Switzerland. He’s a long-time motoring enthusiast, licensed racer, and fourth-generation painter. He now lives and works in the U.S. as a professional automotive fine artist. He trained at Pasadena ArtCenter College of Design and incorporates many elements of Art Deco advertising posters in his paint…
 
Episode Notes Neuroscience is a complex topic, but how does this field affect our daily lives? Understanding neuroscience can help us make better decisions about mental health medications we take or know where AI is heading. And for skeptics of neuroscience, knowing the basics can be extremely beneficial. In today's episode, we chat with computatio…
 
Episode Notes Many of us struggle with change, so how can we improve our relationship to change? How do we let go of control? Is there a way we can cope with change without losing our minds? Today's guest is April Rinne, and we chat about her new book Flux, which is all about these topics and more. Follow April on Twitter @aprilrinneGet a copy of F…
 
Episode Notes Do you love to learn new things? How can we put what we learn to good use with all of the available resources out there? And do we need school to improve our knowledge? In this new episode, we talk with Scott Young about his book Ultralearning. Follow Scott on Twitter @ScottHYoungGet a copy of UltralearningVisit Scott's websiteCheck o…
 
ADHD and Holidays! Holidays can be one of the most stressful times of the year with ADHD. Rushing here and there, decorations, huge crowds, and more are all a part of the holidays. From October to the New Year what do you need to expect when each holiday comes? What will help lessen the stress of the holiday season? What are things to watch out for…
 
Episode Notes We've had poltical parties for centuries, so why are we so polarized now? How are our political affiliations wrapped in our identities? Why is what we buy now a sign for our political party? And what do we owe the other side? Today our guest is political philosopher Robert Talisse who helps us answer these questions as we chat about h…
 
Episode Notes Social media platforms started with good intentions, so how did we get to where we are today? Why does misinformation spread on social media, and how does it make us so polarized? How is social media used in other countries to oppress people and spark violence? Today we're joined by journalist and author Charles Arthur to chat about h…
 
Episode Notes Being a parent is scary enough, but what about when you’re an introvert? Interacting with other parents at playdates, getting flooded with advice, having to talk to randos is brutal, but we can survive it. In this episode, we chat with a fellow introverted parent and author, Julie Vick, about her new book and learn some strategies for…
 
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