ADHD Finding what works! Brand Ambassador, Travel&Lifestyle Blogger, Entrepreneur, Adventurer- Mia Voss
Travel & Lifestyle Blogger, Brand Ambassador, Entrepreneur, Expert Interviewer, YouTube Host; she is the ultimate traveler & people connector. She’s currently working with brands such as Lexus, Toyota, Mitsubishi, Mazda and more. Her engaging & energized style showcases businesses with authentic & engaging social content. She is an experience junky and wants to take you along with her. Mia has been building an online audience for years, producing, hosting and being a guest on more than 300 online show episodes and she has interviewed more than 500 guests. In 2015, she decided to embrace her approaching 50’s and begin traveling. Scaling down her life dramatically, Mia went on a 3 week sponsored tour to Italy, connecting and celebrating local businesses. And she hasn’t stopped since.
We sit down this morning to talk about her story, and learn about what tools work for this entrepreneur with ADHD. Enjoy!
In this episode, Peter and Mia discuss:
0:50- Welcome and introducing Mia Voss!
1:08- How did you learn you have ADHD?
2:45- ADD & ADHD affects women differently than men; what were the symptoms that made you feel you needed to do further research?
4:48- No “Normal” to consider? Cool = fun, done!
5:45- What specifically do you like about how your brain works?
6:40- What are some of your negatives, and how do you get through the tasks that you don’t necessarily love doing?
9:50- You are not alone!
12:08- What would be your “top 3 tips” for surviving & staying at the top of your game?
13:10- What do you say to someone who is hearing her, or his story in your’s today?
13:40- So.. why again did you call my cat an as&&*le? 😉
14:00- Thank you for joining us Mia!!
14:27- Faster Than Normal Podcast info and credits
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