I really like how he walks through his own personal journey related to ADHD. Give it a look:
In particular I appreciate his honesty about his ability to cope and the privilege he’s had that many others do not. That’s pretty darn self-aware.
I’ve been diagnosed with ADHD but I, like him, have an incredible support network of physicians and doctors and treatments. I have been able to, overtime and with copious amounts of help, turned what was an impairment into an asset.
Perhaps it was always an asset… I (and the rest of the world) didn’t see it like that. Huh.
Also published on Medium.