Welcome to Neurodivergent Selling, the podcast that explores the unique strengths and abilities that neurodivergent individuals bring to the world of sales. If you're a sales professional or entrepreneur looking to unlock your full potential, or if you're interested in learning more about the ways in which neurodiversity can transform the sales industry, this is the podcast for you. In each episode, we'll delve into the experiences, perspectives, and strategies of successful neurodivergent sales professionals, as well as experts in the fields of neurodiversity and sales psychology. We'll discuss everything from the challenges of navigating a neurotypical-dominated industry, to the ways in which neurodiversity can be harnessed as a competitive advantage. Our guests will share their personal journeys, insights, and practical tips for leveraging their unique strengths to achieve success in sales. So why focus on neurodiversity in sales? Because we believe that the sales industry has a lot to gain from embracing and celebrating neurodiversity. Research has shown that neurodivergent individuals possess a range of unique strengths and abilities that can be highly valuable in sales roles, including enhanced pattern recognition, hyperfocus, and a talent for problem-solving. By fostering a more inclusive and neurodiverse sales culture, we can unlock the potential of these individuals and drive innovation, creativity, and success in the industry. Of course, navigating the sales world as a neurodivergent individual can also come with its own set of challenges. From struggles with communication and social interaction, to difficulties with time management and organization, neurodivergent individuals may face unique obstacles in a sales role. But with the right support, strategies, and mindset, these challenges can be overcome, and neurodivergent individuals can thrive in the world of sales. So join us as we explore the power of neurodiversity in sales, and learn how to harness your own unique strengths and abilities to achieve success. Whether you're a seasoned sales professional or just starting out, Neurodivergent Selling is your go-to resource for insights, inspiration, and practical strategies for unlocking your full potential in the world of sales.
On this episode of Neurodivergent Selling, our guest isTai Nycole Wiggins is a financial mindset coach who helps people master their money, build wealth and uncap their earning potential. She has helped hundreds of clients pay down debt, increase their net worth and begin investing. She is the founder of Debt Down Assets Up and has been featured on Pix 11, The Today Show, Sirius XM’s Pass the Mic Series, and spoken at mult...
Dave Thompson is a revolutionary self-advocate for neurodiversity in the workplace.
He is the Director of Strategic Programs for Potentia, a company that helps businesses become more neuro-inclusive with training, recruitment, and support for neurodiverse professionals.
During his conversation, Dave discussed his work and the importance of providing increased opportunity, flexibility, empathy, acceptance, a...
Heather Frady, a sales professional with Frontline Selling, discusses how she manages her success while navigating remote selling with ADHD and misophonia.
With almost 10 years of experience, she uses her neurodiversity to care for her clients and offer creative solutions.
We discuss the stigma of ADHD as it pertains to medication. Managing her career and personal life while being the parent of a teen wit...
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We really just want to work and be productive members of society without people shitting on us for being a little different. So when I think about my personal vision for our podcast, that's really what I want to do is break down some of these walls, break down some of these assumptions that people have about, oh, you have a brain injury, you can't work full time.
Jess V and Sandy Sommer wante...
On this episode, some nuggets of wisdom that could help people in their personal and professional lives. If you want to be sure to hear his upcoming episodes, make sure to follow the website and Linkedin
Sandy Sommer and Michelle Markman discussed topics related to neurodivergence and how it can help people in their personal and professional lives. Michelle is a relationship coach for neurodivergent individuals and ...
"Empower Neurodiversity in the Workplace: Chris Bogue Shares His Experiences Selling with Video Content"
Sandy welcomes Chris Bogue, a sketch comedian and business guy from Chicago. Chris has been doing comedy since he was a kid, and has done shows at Chicago's Second City and various other experimental theaters in the city.
The conversation then moves to Sandy praising Chris' comedy show from the previous week. Chris explains that he has loved Whose Line Is It Anyway since he was a kid, and he and his friends used to perf...
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