How Can I Be So Smart and Capable, and Still Get Stuck?

ThomasBrownPhoto2Did you listen in on our most recent interview with Dr.Thomas E. Brown? Once again, it was full of really interesting information. We always learn so much from him!

Dr. Brown sent both of us a copy of his newest book, “Smart But Stuck: Emotions in Teens and Adults with ADHD,” which is packed full of great information about people just like us. It’s easy to read, too, because it’s broken up into sections based on the people Dr. Brown interviewed for his research.

If you missed this special program, or want to listen to it again, click on the link below to download the MP3:

Download our Smart But Stuck interview with Dr. Thomas E. Brown here.

or click on the player below to listen online:

We covered lots of topics, including:

• Adult onset ADHD
• Motivation, and how emotion motivates action
• Anger
• Family relationships and ADHD
• Sensitivity
• ADHD meds
and lots more!

It’s fascinating stuff and really worth a listen.

Go get Dr. Brown’s book on Amazon

We hope you enjoy the interview with Dr. Brown as much as we did. You can get Dr. Brown’s brand new book, “Smart But Stuck: Emotions in Teens and Adults with ADHD” at Amazon.

You can also download the first few chapters at Dr. Brown’s website at no cost.

Be sure to check out our previous interview with Dr. Brown, “How Can I Focus So Well on One Thing, and Have Such a Hard Time Focusing on Another . . . even when I know they both are important?” too.

And don’t forget to check out all of our other interviews and podcasts on iTunes, Business Brilliance and Working with ADHD!  If you like our iTunes podcasts, please leave a rating—it helps us rise in the ratings so others can find us more easily!

Till next time,

Marcia and Jacqui



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