You're a lawyer or other demand-ridden professional. You have ADHD.
You've probably spent most of your life thinking those things were separate. That you had to work harder than your peers just because your brain functioned differently. And the difference was bad.
I happen to think that difference is pretty badass.
And so does author, Haley Moss who recently published the book:
Great Minds Think Differently: Neurodiversity for Lawyers and Other Professionals.
This book lays the groundwork for a more inclusive and understanding legal culture and profession. It explains neurodiversity from the author's own perspective (she was diagnosed with autism at three years old) and elucidates the value and advantages neurodiverse colleagues can bring to practice.
I'm pretty excited to be quoted in the book with my recommendations on how to manage your ADHD at work, why it benefits you in the legal field, and whether to disclose it to your boss and colleagues.