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Brian R King

EP 18: Be an Entrepreneur with Autism

  Nearly 90% of adults on the autism spectrum are either unemployed or underemployed. The approach to solving this problem has historically focused on job training and educating the business community. One exciting and very viable alternative that is frequently overlooked is self-employment. Listen as Brian interviews Mark L. Olsen. Mark is the single father of […]

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Another Year Gone By

When I was a kid, my year would begin and end around the school calendar – essentially September to June. Summertime was a delightful escape from the rituals of academia with lots of time to sleep late and do other things – or simply just do nothing. I’ve been out of school a long time, […]

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Brian R King

EP 17: Moving from confusion to a decision with ADHD

How often have you asked a question of someone with ADHD or an autism spectrum condition only to hear, “I don’t know” over and over again. Wouldn’t you just love to get a straight answer for once? The good news is there are reasons why your questions are going unanswered. Listen as Brian explains step by […]

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Would you be willing to meet for (virtual)coffee?

  Last week, I was finally able to find time to accept 150 invitations waiting in my inbox. I have sent out maybe 10 connection invites this year, all to people that I have wanted to engage in discussion. I don’t understand people connecting if they are NOT going to communicate? Your thoughts? This post […]

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Peaceful Art Show 2014

Peaceful, Nature’s Whispering Voice

Finding Beauty in Our Community The Trickster Gallery in Schaumburg, has a mission of increasing the visibility and impact of contemporary cultural arts and education through all art media. It is a Native American owned and operated Arts Center, also exhibiting art from many cultures. This Saturday, July 12, will be the Artist Opening Reception […]

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EP 16: When Your Family Members Reject Your Child with ADHD

  Why is it that the parents of children with ADHD or any special need for that matter can often find support from complete strangers or close friends, only to experience hurtful criticism, profound ignorance and sometimes rejection from their own family members? Listen as Brian explains why this happens and what you can do […]

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