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FTN 055: An ADHD Millennial, with Brian Fanzo

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  • May 3, 2017

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When you think of millennials, you think of Brian Fanzo. Brian talks fast and tweets faster. A proud, pager-wearing millennial, he is a keynote speaker and founder/CEO of iSocialFanz LLC, a social strategy consulting agency. Brian also co-hosts SMACtalk Podcast & FOMOFanz Podcast.

He’s ADHD and proud, and in today’s episode, talks about the personal battles he’s faced with his ADHD, understanding who he is, and possibly one of the best parts, how he deals with haters.

I love Brian and this interview for so many reasons – Specifically, he knows who he is, he knows what he is, and he makes no excuses about it. He’s a great example of how we should strive to live. Bravely, aware, and doing our part to improve the world just a little bit.

Happy listening! 🙂

In this episode, Peter and Brian discuss:

  • Brian’s story (02:57)
  • ADHD and desk jobs (06:24)
  • Daily rituals (07:31)
  • Accountability and rewards (11:29)
  • Personal battles and being yourself (12:53)
  • Dealing with haters (15:54)


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  • Linda McClure

    Hi Peter, thanks for these interesting interviews… very helpful and also stimulating and interesting… I’m not sure if this is possible and its certainly not a criticism of whats being presented, but is there a way we can increase the speed of the video/audio… its difficult to concentrate on normal speed… I seem to be able to take it in when its faster – something Ive come to understand bout myself…