Navigate each day in an ADHD-friendly way – with research-backed strategies, real-life experiences and expert advice. Each week, UO founder Skye Rapson chats wi...
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Navigating Life with ADHD: A Conversation with Anna Frost
This week, Skye is joined by pole dance instructor, contortion coach, social media marketing manager and "the most organised disorganised person" Anna Frost. Anna shares her experiences with Unconventional Organisation courses -- how they’ve helped her break out of ADHD paralysis and hack her hyperfocus.Diagnosed at 17, Anna is a big advocate of managing symptoms through movement. Outside of her professional life, she busies herself with a long and revolving list of hobbies that currently includes crocheting, cooking, and hanging out with her partner Mark and cat, Ripley.The ADHD Academy: https://courses.unconventionalorganisation.com/the-adhd-academy Unconventional Organisation: https://www.unconventionalorganisation.com/
ADHD Research Recap: Emotional dysregulation across genders, internet-delivered therapies, self-reporting and diagnosis
The ADHD Academy presale ends this week! Click here to receive the 40% off presale discount before it's gone. Sarah and I are looking forward to helping you build consistent routines that allow you to feel in control of your task list and reduce procrastination. Find out more here:https://courses.unconventionalorganisation.com/the-adhd-academy Does the emotional impact of ADHD differ between genders? This is just one of the topics up for discussion in this week’s Research Recap. Sarah and Skye also explore what self-reporting means for ADHD diagnosis and take a look at recent findings of internet-delivered ADHD therapies. Unconventional Organisation: https://www.unconventionalorganisation.com/Internet delivered cognitive behavioral therapy for adults with ADHD - A randomized controlled trialADHD-related sex differences in emotional symptoms across developmentThe Ability of Self-Report Methods to Accurately Diagnose Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: A Systematic Review
How to hack your ADHD with Will Curb: Managing your energy and avoiding burnout
The ADHD Academy presale has launched! Sarah and I are looking forward to seeing you in the community and helping you build fun, consistent ADHD routines! If you sign up in the first 48 hours, you'll also receive a 30-minute 1:1 ADHD Coaching Call with Skye, Sarah, or one of our Unconventional Organisation Coaches. Find out more here:https://courses.unconventionalorganisation.com/the-adhd-academyToday I have the pleasure of speaking to noted ADHD podcaster Will Curb who shares his most useful ADHD strategies and how managing your energy could be the key to avoiding burnout.After his ADHD diagnosis but still struggling to get things done, Will decided to create the Hacking Your ADHD Podcast. Today he has had over 2 million downloads and 100 episodes. Unconventional Organisation: https://www.unconventionalorganisation.com/
ADHD Research recap: Hyperactivity, biometric changes and the benefits of ADHD coaching
Join Sarah and Skye for another Research Recap. This week, they discuss hyperactivity, brain scans, the potential risks of undiagnosed ADHD and autism, and the benefits of ADHD coaching for all.Trigger warning. 'Risks Associated with Undiagnosed ADHD and/or Autism: A Mixed-Method Systematic Review' includes a discussion of suicide. Unconventional Organisation: https://www.unconventionalorganisation.com/The ADHD Academy: https://courses.unconventionalorganisation.com/the-adhd-academy Adult Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: a Narrative Review of Biological Mechanisms, Treatments, and Outcomes.Risks Associated with Undiagnosed ADHD and/or Autism: A Mixed-Method Systematic Review.Functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy of English-Speaking Adults With Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder During a Verbal Fluency Task.
ADHD planning, punctuality and the power of bite-sized tasks with Conor Doyle
Content creator, L’Oreal colour specialist and former Unconventional Organisation client Conor Doyle joins us to discuss the power of getting back to basics. We chat breaking tasks into bite-sized chunks, mastering time and thriving in the high-pressure world of professional hairdressing. Unconventional Organisation: https://www.unconventionalorganisation.com/The ADHD Academy: https://courses.unconventionalorganisation.com/the-adhd-academy
Navigate each day in an ADHD-friendly way – with research-backed strategies, real-life experiences and expert advice. Each week, UO founder Skye Rapson chats with expert guests, takes your questions and offers practical support to help you move past whatever may be holding you back. Together with UO’s coaching director, Sarah Russell, they’ll delve into the latest ADHD research and discuss how it can be applied day to day. Skye Rapson was diagnosed with ADHD as a doctoral student. After a few years of research and work with Auckland University, she decided to leave her academic career and start Unconventional Organisation. Now a worldwide ADHD support service, Unconventional Organisation has consulted with the New Zealand Government to offer guidance on ADHD in the workplace and has helped hundreds of entrepreneurs, academics, and professionals work with ADHD to achieve their goals.