ADHD and Entrepreneurs: How These CEOs can Build Leading Startups

Brett Greene, founder of New Tech Northwest and an ADHD coach explains how startups can benefit from founders who think differently

 

It might be surprising (or not so surprising) that there’s a known correlation between ADHD and Entrepreneurs. According to Brett Greene, founder of New Tech Northwest and an ADHD coach, if you have ADHD, you’re 300% more likely to become an entrepreneur.

Greene tells us:

“An ADHD co-founder is a huge asset because they’re going to see things in business and in how to run the company and in how to create the products that neurotypical people would not come up with.”

In this video, you’ll dive into the world of ADHD-driven success with Greene as he unveils powerful strategies for success tailored to founders with ADHD. With a community of 60,000 technologists in the Pacific Northwest, Brett brings a unique blend of experience and insight. In this video, he explores the correlation between ADHD and entrepreneurs, delves into the challenges of neurodivergent operating systems, and provides practical solutions for effective communication. ADHD can provide advantages for founders, such as creativity and problem-solving skills. And while there might be some challenges that come with ADHD, understanding it as a different operating system can help improve communication and relationships.

Discover how embracing neurodiversity can fuel innovation in startups and don’t miss this eye-opening discussion that could reshape your perspective on success.

Brett Greene

Brett Greene

ADHD Coach for Entrepreneurs

Bio

Brett helps leaders with ADHD improve their mental health while increasing their success.

Brett Greene

ADHD Coach for Entrepreneurs

Bio

Brett helps leaders with ADHD improve their mental health while increasing their success.

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