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June 7, 2021
POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY: WHY AND HOW WITH ADHD, Roger DeWitt, senior speaker, mentor, and advanced ADHD coach for professionals. He is passionate about how the brain works, and how it forms the basis of our experience. He believes that, "once we know how we think, we can then direct our mindset and create the results that we want."