So as it turns out, Titus and I have like thousands of contacts in common. Like me, he was diagnosed with ADHD later in life, after he was named to the Wired 100 list in 2010.. his resume is super extensive & impressive! We talk today about how he first discovered that he had ADHD & Dyslexia, and what he’s implemented that is making his super powers even stronger! (Oh and my voice is better now by the way- thanks for suffering though my rasp the last couple of weeks). Enjoy!
In this episode Peter and Titus discuss:
1:46- Intro & welcome Richard Titus! ref: Wired Razorfish Breezeworks Shenzen BBC Samsung
3:20- Tell us your story. You didn’t realize you had ADHD until you had a daughter and she was diagnosed? ref: Dr. Roz Wright
7:05- On realizing you're not alone
8:06- On indicators of having ADHD
9:54- What’s working for you; what’s your daily routine?
11:20- On isolating yourself in order to focus/flow/deep-work
11:49- On the importance of being punctual
12:43- At what point did you realize your ADHD was benefiting you?
14:00- On seeming forgetful, or even disrespectful on the daily
16:18- How are you getting your dopamine fix these days?
17:32- On switching gears form ‘Work mode’ to ‘Daddy mode’
19:06- On blasting music to help focus. ref: Daniel Clark interview, Brain.FM
19:47- Tell me what you’ve learned over the past several years, understanding your diagnosis, that makes you a better person.
21:31- How can people find you? @Richard Titus Twitter, INSTA, FB about.me/richardtitus
21:55- Thank you Richard Titus and Thank YOU for subscribing, reviewing and listening! You can always reach me at email@example.com or @petershankman on all of the socials. Also at @FasterThanNormal on all of the socials.
22:15- Faster Than Normal Podcast info & credits
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