CBD Is Working for ADHD Media and Tech Expert, Corey Herscu
Corey is a media and technology expert who has emerged as the ‘always-on’ innovation and cannabis publicist. His experience as a journalist for outlets like Global News and The Globe & Mail and his prolific hustle on behalf of his clients makes him the ideal partner for brands looking to connect with journalists and consumers. A frequent speaker at hubs such as Leaf Forward, MaRS and Ryerson’s DMZ, Corey has unique insight into the inner workings of the media industry and knows how to make a story irresistible.
Corey received his post-grad in public relations from Ryerson University and resides in Toronto, ON, Canada with his wife, daughter, dog and floor-to-ceiling sneaker collection. We begin by talking about those sneakers here today. Enjoy!
In this episode Peter and Corey discuss:
:52- Intro and welcome Corey!
1:42- So how does one garner a floor-to-ceiling sneaker collection & how are you still married
3:48- What prompted you to finally get diagnosed?
6:05- Outside of CBD, do you take any other meds?
6:47- Talk about the immediate differences you experienced once switching completely to CBD
7:26- Is it/does it work the same for you, to this day?
7:54- What is Indica?
8:58- So you are able to get into your zone of focus this way?
9:49- And for you this has been 100percent better than any sort of medication you got from a doctor, or from BigPharma?
10:24- You also work as a publicist in the cannabis industry; talk a little about that and how you use ADHD to your advantage in your work
12:16- How were things for you, growing up with ADHD?
13:37- What do you tell someone who may have a kid with ADHD and is struggling in school?
15:29- Thank YOU for leaving us your reviews and for subscribing!
15:39- Faster Than Normal Podcast info & credits
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