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February 22, 2023 65 mins
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 shared ways to build a business as well as how to manage relationships. They discussed the importance of community for neurodivergent people, and how tools like sensory deprivation tank therapy and LSD and ketamine can be beneficial. They also touched on the power of language, and how negative experiences can be turned into superpowers. Sandy shared that with the ever-evolving technology, individuals alive today should not worry about their jobs. Lastly, Michelle shared her own experience being a late diagnosed autistic person and how she helps others who have gone through the same process.The conversation focuses on the idea of neurodivergent individuals embracing their superpowers and how to leverage their strengths and scaffold their weaknesses. It was mentioned how society often dictates how people should be versus how they actually are. An example is given of how the Israeli army uses autistic individuals to look for changes in aerial photographs that others would not normally notice. It is also pointed out that neurodivergent individuals are often hypersensitive to sounds, light and other sensations, which can lead to difficulties in job interviews due to them not presenting themselves in the way expected by society. The conversation ultimately focuses on the need to embrace neurodivergent individuals' unique abilities and to create an environment where they are accepted and appreciated.The conversation is between two people who are discussing how to find the right people for their business. The speaker is a coach who works with neurodivergent individuals. They discuss the process of growing their business, which includes creating a podcast, nurturing a Facebook group, and getting referrals from clients. The speaker also talks about how people with neurodivergence often have difficulty with self-love and negative self-talk. They explain how language and the negativity bias can influence how people view themselves and how they interpret what they hear. Finally, they discuss how they have been using Chat GPT to explore its capabilities and limitations.The conversation is about the success of neurodivergent people. They discussed how it may be difficult for those who are neurodivergent to climb the corporate ladder and be successful. They discussed how people with neurodivergent traits need to learn social skills and cultivate relationships with both neurotypical and neurodivergent people in order to be successful. They also discussed how the pandemic has changed their relationship with work and with how they run their lives, and how it has given them the opportunity to learn to accept and love themselves more. Hosted on Acast. See for more information. --- Send in a voice message:
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