Whether you have been diagnosed as neurodivergent or not, modern-day entrepreneurship is built with distractions that may steer you off the path of your goals. That’s why episode 28 of Female Founders Breaking Boundaries is about an easy button for easily distracted entrepreneurs!
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In this episode of Female Founders Breaking Boundaries, my guest Amber Hawley shares the importance of reframing your negative self-talk around distraction and actionable steps you can take right now to work in the ways your brain works best instead of trying to fit the mold that society tells you is the “correct” way. Some of the things Amber and I cover in this episode are:
It is not always about productivity but efficiency. Even then, efficiency does not equal perfection.
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