Running a business your way after an ADHD diagnosis

Running a business your way after an ADHD diagnosis

By Kate Moryoussef

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Running a business your way after an ADHD diagnosis...

I'm excited to introduce this week's guest, a true trailblazer in the law industry, an inspiring D&I advocate, mentor and successful businesswoman.

This week's ADHD Women's Wellbeing Podcast guest is Jodie Hill. Following her breakdown (which she now refers to as her breakthrough!), Jodie decided to set up her unique employment law firm, Thrive Law, where her values around mental health and diversity & inclusion would be the foundations of the firm and are embodied in everything she does.

Jodie is passionate about creating an environment where both she and her team can Thrive. Her mission is to educate and empower employers to create their own thriving cultures. You can buy Jodie's Thriving at Life journal here.

During this episode of The ADHD Women's Wellbeing Podcast, Kate and Jodie chat about:

Jodie's mental health struggles before her ADHD diagnosisJodie's passion for diversity, inclusion and mental health support in the corporate settingHow Jodie's burnout and breakdown manifested and why she set up her own law firm which prioritised people's wellbeing Prioritising prevention of mental breakdown and burnout in big corporatesCreating new cultures to support diversity inclusion in the workplaceOpening up and talking about mental health and neurodivergent late diagnosesSelf-awareness of our energy and nervous system capacity to help our mental health Creating space and downtime to offset our overworking and hyperfocus Jodie's ADHD self-care and wellbeing tools Being your authentic self in a corporate settingHow Jodie studied and the challenges she faced to become a lawyer and barristerHow Jodie delegates to help her manage a busy schedule

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