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Author: Tracy Otsuka

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This podcast is for smart, high-ability ADD/ADHD (diagnosed or suspecting) women who see their symptoms as more positive than negative. I’m Tracy Otsuka your host and I’m committed to changing the conversation around ADHD. When I was diagnosed eight months after my son, my entire life suddenly made perfect sense but all I heard about was everything that my ADHD brain SHOULD be struggling with when in fact I would come to learn that my ADHD is responsible for some of my greatest superpowers.

One other thing, we constantly hear about all the successful ADHD men, but no one talks about the women. This podcast is here to change that dynamic. ADHD women are my people, and I’m here to acknowledge, support and cheer them on.

134 Episodes
This week Tracy welcomes Kamden Hainsworth to Episode #134 of ADHD for Smart Ass Women. Kamden lives with her husband and three (almost four) daughters in Springville, Utah. She enjoys spending time in the nearby mountains, traveling, working on home improvement projects, and serving in her community and church. Kamden worked as an educator in a variety of capacities for over ten years. She has always felt the most fulfilled helping others realize their true potential. Years after her daughter was diagnosed, Kamden received her own ADHD diagnosis at 36 years old and quickly began advocating and researching to learn how to build her new amazing life as an ADHDer. She now helps solopreneurs with ADHD find their voice and translate that into their business specifically with marketing and social media.   Kamden shares: The circumstances surrounding her ADHD diagnosis What has changed since she was diagnosed The importance of surrounding herself with people who see and appreciate her ADHD gifts  Why social media can be so challenging for the ADHD brain The ways perfectionism and over-thinking can prevent us from posting on social media How asking the question, “Who makes the rules about what social media needs to look like?” can help us overcome perfectionism and get started Her strategies for building your online presence one puzzle piece at a time How determination and trusting her own creativity and problem-solving skills has led to her success Her #1 ADHD workaround: visuals, visuals, visuals   Resources: The ADHDirectory Kamden's Instagram Kamden's TikTok
This week Tracy welcomes Adrienne Smith to Episode #133 of ADHD for Smart Ass Women. Adrienne is a beekeeper who was accepted into the Oregon State Master Beekeeper program. She will take her final journeyperson exam at the end of this month and has been studying honeybee beekeeping since 2014. She lives in Central Oregon with her husband on a small farm with her bees, chickens, donkeys, a cat and some koi fish.   Adrienne shares:  The circumstances surrounding her own ADHD diagnosis Her struggle with Auditory Processing Disorder How she got into beekeeping after years of “hobby hopping”  Why ADHD women are often drawn to careers that go against the status quo The challenges of being a woman in a male-dominated field Why beekeeping is so appealing to the ADHD brain  Her knowledge on native bees and which species need the most protection  Why hyperfocus is her ultimate ADHD strength  Resources:Youtube-Farmstead Smith
This week Tracy welcomes Denese Marshall to Episode #132 of ADHD for Smart Ass Women where the conversations will be all about ADHD and trauma.    Denese Marshall, MA, is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Advanced Alcohol & Drug Counselor, and a Nationally Board Certified Counselor. She has a BA in Psychology, a BA in Criminology and a Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Denese works with adolescents and adults facing addiction, trauma and OCD.  She is passionate about the acceptance of differences and has authored a bullying prevention book to teach children ages 4-7 to accept differences and exercise acts of kindness. She has worked with clients with a criminal background to assist in both rehabilitative/reintegration following incarceration, as well as helping clients with addiction to prepare for incarceration.  Denese believes that our past or life choices influence our behavior, but they do not define who we are. She helps clients find meaning in their experiences and develop a sense of peace that comes from making sense of our experiences. Denese has two teenage children, a private practice in Connecticut and she speaks regularly on trauma and finding the value and meaning of life challenges.    Denese shares: The circumstances surrounding her own ADHD diagnosis What has changed since she was diagnosed? Her definition of trauma How to distinguish between trauma and ADHD The symptoms of trauma Why it’s important to address trauma before working on ADHD executive function issues What happens to the traumatized brain when there is discomfort? What works to address trauma? What happens when trauma is not addressed? How to find ADHD professionals who are expert in both trauma and ADHD Resources:
Join Tracy for Episode #131 of ADHD for Smart Ass Women as she celebrates the one-millionth download of her podcast and expresses her gratitude for your support and confidence. Tracy spends this episode sharing how this podcast has changed her life. She discusses what she’s learned and how it might help you too.    Discover: What it means to be future focused vs. past focused How to figure out your own ADHD formula The importance of not believing everything you think and how what they say about you is none of your business How action generates positive emotion Why it’s never too late and you’re never too old How to never be bored another day of your life What ADHD women have in common Three simple steps to moving that big thing forward Resources: Ep. 93: ADHD, Positive Emotion and Being Future-Focused
Join Tracy for Episode #130 of ADHD for Smart Ass Women where she talks about challenging kids with ADHD and the Collaborative & Proactive Solutions (CPS) system developed by Dr. Robert Greene. CPS was developed as a way to diffuse power struggles between parents and their challenging kids, specifically kids with explosive behavior issues. It’s used in juvenile detention facilities, prisons, schools and of course with families around the world.   Tracy shares: Why even if you don’t have kids you will learn something about yourself from this podcast Why telling an ADHD child what to do, doesn’t serve them or the parent-child relationship over time The most important role that a parent plays in their child’s life The question she always ask when she’s trying to figure out what to do next The statement that underpins Dr. Greene’s CPS philosophy and changes everything Why switching from drill sergeant to coach and collaborator is so much more effective with ADHD kids The problem with lagging skills and how to assess them The 3 Step CPS system Who’s opinion must be considered to address challenging behaviors   Resources: Why Will No One Play with Me?: The Play Better Plan to Help Children of All Ages Make Friends and Thrive, PCC, M.Ed The Explosive Child by Dr. Robert Greene Dr. Ross Greene Video: Kids Do Well If They Can
Join Tracy as she welcomes her guest Mrinal Gokhale to Episode 129 of her podcast, ADHD for Smart Ass Women. Mrinal Gokhale is a writer, business analyst, and mental health advocate based in the Midwest. Mrinal just published her first book, Saaya Unveiled: South Asian Mental Health Spotlighted, to increase education and acceptance on mental health in the South Asian diaspora. Her future goals include teaching self defense and developing a health and wellness app.   Mrinal shares: The circumstances surrounding her ADHD diagnosis Her struggle with school What has changed since she was diagnosed What made her write her book The model minority stereotype How the model minority stereotype impacts ADHD, mental health and affects self-esteem and increases shame What ADHD strengths make her good at her job Her key to living successfully with ADHD Her ADHD workaround   Resources: Instagram @lotus_mkg Email Saaya Unveiled: South Asian Mental Health Spotlighted
Join Tracy as she welcomes Jessica Fern to Ep. 128 of her podcast, ADHD for Smart Ass Women. Jessica is a Senior Director of Training & Development for the 4th largest multifamily management company in the US and doubles as a national speaker, coach, and strategist. Jessica is a keynote speaker, who was most recently featured on a national panel for Women in Leadership. She has a series on Multifamily Leadership Studio that includes Legendary Leadership which earned her the nickname The Wolf of Leadership. Jessica's newest project is her solutions-oriented coaching/consulting and podcast called "Living with Einstein."    Jessica shares: The circumstances surrounding her two ADHD diagnoses What has changed since her recent diagnosis Her struggle with and triumph over Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria How hyperfocus almost wrecked her How she discovered her gift of speaking Her advice on creating a winning speech every time The key to living successfully with ADHD Her ADHD workaround   Resources: Living with Einstein Podcast Jessica's LinkedIn  
Join Tracy as she welcomes Adell Bridges to Episode 127 of her podcast, ADHD for Smart Ass Women. Adell is an international yoga teacher, health coach, and author who applies her degree in psychology with her training in the neurology of movement to her yoga and movement teachings. She now splits her time between London and Florida, and shares her love for the power of mindful movement to her online community on and her half a million Instagram followers. She is currently coauthoring a book on hyper-mobility.   Adell shares: The circumstances surrounding her recent ADHD diagnosis What has changed since she was diagnosed? Her advice around managing RSD (Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria) What made her fall in love with yoga Why yoga is perfect for the ADHD brain The link between hyper-mobility and ADHD How she uses her Instagram to inspire and generate positive emotion not only for herself but also her followers ADHD and vertical heterophoria ADHD and cerebellar stimulation The key to living successfully with ADHD   Resources:  
Today Tracy welcomes Tiffany Jackson to the podcast. Tiffany shares her indefatigable childhood story of being abandoned by her mother, bouncing from one relatives home to another, and spending one perfect year at an elite boarding high school only to end up at a homeless shelter as a minor. Throughout all of this, Tiffany had a dream to make something out of her life. Since then she’s graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communication from the Dan Rather School of Communications at Sam Houston State University, attended a year of law school which is where she received her ADHD diagnosis and in 2018 she graduated from Texas A&M University’s College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences with a Master of Biomedical Science.   Tiffany plans to attend medical school and work as a physician epidemiologist. She loves photography and car racing.   Tiffany shares: Her thoughts on how grit, drive and determination allowed her to keep going despite so many setbacks and challenges How she sees her drivenness as hyperactivity The circumstances surrounding her ADHD diagnosis Her childhood symptoms of ADHD What happened once she was finally diagnosed What she’s learned she needs to be successful and happy What she thinks the key to living successfully with ADHD is Her workarounds How she discovered what she’s always meant to do with her life   Resources: Email: Instagram: @Texas_Senator  
Tracy welcomes you to Episode #125 of ADHD for Smart Ass Women where she invites the ADHD non-believers to join her for a little education. She gets requests for this podcast every week so she decided to do something about it.   Tracy shares: Why the authoritarian model of parenting doesn’t work with an ADHD child Nora Volkow’s research about ADHD and interest What the NIH, AMA, U.S. Surgeon’s General, American Association of Psychiatry and the U.S. Department of Education all say about ADHD Whether or not there’s ADHD in France If it’s true that ADHD is strictly an American phenomenon What it means that more kids are getting diagnosed with ADHD What happens when ADHD is not treated If it’s true that everyone has a little ADHD If ADHD is an invention of modern society If video games, social media, smart phones are making people more ADHD Whether or not medicating kids for ADHD turns them into addicts Why willpower, consequences, discipline and punishment is the wrong formula for the ADHD brain What happens to children when they’re told that they’re lazy, unmotivated and need to work harder What works to motivate ADHD children The one question you should ask yourself about your ADHD child   Resources: Dr. Nora Volkow's regarding the Dopamine Reward Pathway in ADHD Dr. Ross Greene: Kids Do Well If They Can ADHD Child vs. Non-ADHD Child Interview Father to Father: Robert Dendy Sir Ken Robinson’s Ted Talk on Gillian Lynne who had to move to think. Here’s the excerpt: Here’s the full TedTalk: Erin Ez shared this link that gives you a real world snapshot of how your child feels struggling with attention and learning challenges:
Join Tracy as she welcomes Rebecca Brianceau to Episode 124 of ADHD for Smart Ass Women. Rebecca is an autodidact artist and an international mindfulness art teacher who hails from Toronto, Canada. Rebecca has lived in Dubai, the UAE, London, England, Zurich, Switzerland and São Paulo, Brazil. She spent 15+ years in the music industry where she worked with multi-platinum selling and indie recording artists in hiphop, soul and RnB, as well as with producers, video directors, DJs, and fashion designers.  In 2011 she left a successful career in the music world to launch her art career. Her Ocean Soul Series of stunning ocean paintings has been exhibited in galleries and art shows throughout Canada and Mexico. She now lives in Playa del Carmen, Mexico.   Rebecca shares: The story of what inspired her to create her beautiful resin ocean paintings Her ADHD diagnosis Her ADHD symptoms What changed once she was diagnosed How she fell into the music industry and traveled all over the world as a band manager The ADHD traits that she feels are responsible for her success The key to living well with ADHD Her number one workaround Information about her Ocean Soul Series, Riviera Maya art exhibit in Playa Del Carmen   Resources: Rebecca's Instagram: @rebeccabrianceauart Rebecca's Ocean Soul Series Riviera Maya art exhibit in Playa Del Carmen   Music: Taj & Director Director X Hamdan Al Abri Kamal Musallam, creator of Arabic/Jazz Fusion Kamal's created a new guitar "the glissentar" that allowed him to play oud guitar sounds on a more comfortable guitar face
This week Tracy welcomes you to episode #123 of ADHD for Smart Ass Women where she is going to talk about ADHD, procrastination and tapping. Tapping combines Ancient Chinese accupressure and modern psychology. You tap specific meridian points on your body while focusing on negative emotions and/or physical sensations. Tapping can resolve stress, anxiety, phobias, emotional disorders, chronic pain and limiting beliefs and there’s science behind why it works.   Tracy shares: The science behind tapping How the VA uses tapping for veterans with PTSD Why body-based somatic therapies work better for trauma What tapping can do for gene expression How tapping can help reduce anxiety for ADHD women How trauma encodes itself in the body What EFT/tapping can do to the brain’s learning How tapping calms the nervous system The difference between tapping out and tapping in How she uses tapping to start work that she doesn’t want to do The tapping process and how to do it   Resources: Tracy's Diagram of the EFT Tapping Points Bessel Van Der Kolk, The Body Keeps the Score Tapping and test anxiety Tapping and Gene Expression Tapping and Food Cravings The Tapping Solution App
Join Tracy as she welcomes Dr. Carolyn Lentzsch-Parcells to Episode #122 of ADHD for Smart Ass Women where the conversation will be all about ADHD and medication.    Dr. Lentzsch-Parcells is a board-certified pediatrician and the owner and President of Girls to Women/Young Men’s Health and Wellness Fort Worth, a multi-faceted clinic providing integrated medical care dedicated to meeting the physical and emotional needs of young women and men from 10-25 years old.    As a physician with ADHD herself, Dr. Carolyn Lentzsch-Parcells has a special interest in caring for patients with ADHD and learning issues. She regularly speaks to parent, student, and professional audiences on subjects such as parenting, ADHD, depression, anxiety and stress, adolescent development, sexuality, preparing for college and medication.   Carolyn shares:  The circumstances surrounding her own ADHD diagnosis What changed once she was diagnosed? What it means to be a slow metabolizer The importance of setting expectations around medication Her opinion around women, anxiety and ADHD medication The various types of medication used for ADHD Medications used for Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria The medication that reduces the chance of misuse Her thoughts on genetic testing The medication that most 40+ women are usually prescribed What she believes the key to living successfully with ADHD is? Resources: Dr. Carolyn Lentzsch-Parcells' website ADHD Medication Chart from ADDitudeMag
Join Tracy as she welcomes Terry Matlen to episode 121 of ADHD for Smart Ass Women. Terry Matlen, LMSW, ACSW, is an internationally recognized expert on ADHD in women. She is a psychotherapist, author, consultant, and coach. She is also the author of the award-winning book, The Queen of Distraction and Survival Tips for Women with AD/HD.  "The Queen of Distraction” and "Survival Tips for Women with AD/HD”.  With over 25 years of experience helping women with ADHD, Terry is a sought-after presenter at conferences, webinars, and interviews. She has written hundreds of articles for various publications, including ADDitude Magazine, Attention Magazine,, and more. She served for many years on the board of directors of ADDA (Attention Deficit Disorder Assoc.) and is an immediate past coordinator of the E. Oakland County CHADD (Children and Adults with ADHD) Chapter in Michigan. Terry has been interviewed by NPR, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Time Magazine, Glamour Magazine, and now ADHD for Smart Ass Women.   Terry shares: The circumstances surrounding her own ADHD diagnosis What hypersensitivities are Whether or not ADHD women have more hypersensitivities than neurotypical women If hypersensitivities are more prevalent in one type of ADHD over another Whether or not women with hypersensitivities tend to have more comorbidities. Her own experiences with hypersensitivities How hypersensitivities make parenting with ADHD even more difficult Ways to work with hypersensitivities Resources: Follow her at,,  Terry can be reached at The Queen of Distraction: How Women with ADHD Can Conquer Chaos, Find Focus, and Get More Done Survival Tips for Women with AD/HD: Beyond Piles, Palms & Stickers The Queens of Distraction Too Loud, Too Bright, Too Fast, Too Tight: What to Do If You Are Sensory Defensive in an Overstimulating World ADDITUDEMag: “I’m a Sensitive Woman:” ADHD Sensory Overload in Adults ADHD and Women: When Your Senses Are Extra Sensitive
Today on Episode 120 of ADHD for Smart Ass Women, Tracy invites Dr. Elizabeth Sanchez to her podcast. Dr. Sanchez earned her medical degree from the University of Illinois, Chicago and will join Adventist Health White Memorial (Los Angeles, CA) as a Family Medicine resident. While working with many underserved communities in Chicago and Los Angeles, Elizabeth found her niche in primary care where she integrates her passions of caring for underserved communities, public health advocacy, research and mentorship for the next generation of doctors.    Prior to medical school, Dr. Sanchez spent over 5 years working in translational and clinical research at the UCLA School of Medicine, Department of Cardiothoracic Anesthesia, and later at UC Irvine, School of Medicine, Department of Anesthesia. Most recently, Dr. Sanchez worked as medical data manager for COVID-19 testing at a San Jose medical start up called Work Health Solutions. She also is dedicated to mentoring medical students with adult ADHD and eliminating the stigma within the medical community.   Dr. Elizabeth Sanchez shares: Her ADHD story and the circumstances surrounding her diagnosis?  Her experience with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)  How her ADHD challenged her in medical school Her struggle with the NBME board and being denied additional time for the USMLE exams How socioeconomic status can affect a person’s ability to succeed with ADHD in medical school The importance of mentoring underrepresented minority medical students The key to living successfully with ADHD Her number one ADHD workaround?    Resources: Anki : How to use anki in medical school: Peloton Desk Accessory:   My email: Pema Chodron The Podcast Index Our Podcast Page
Join Tracy as she welcomes her delightful guest Dr. Lola Day to  Episode 119 of ADHD for Smart Ass Women. Dr. Lola Day is the mom of 3 amazing children. She also is a double-boarded physician (pediatric and fetal cardiologist) who has ADHD herself. Dr. Day is the CEO and Founder of Lollie Tasking where she specializes in work-life balance for easily distracted women (ADHD) and high achieving moms who have the will to accomplish their goals, but their brain keeps sabotaging them.  Lola coaches women on productivity strategies that help them harness their superpowers and put blocks on their kryptonite so they can thrive in their zone of genius without sacrificing time away from family or being overwhelmed.   Dr. Lola Day shares: The circumstances around her ADHD diagnosis in medical school The surprising statistic her mentor shared with her about doctors and ADHD The two things that drove her hyperfocus in school Why getting diagnosed actually helps us to come to terms with just how smart our brains are How structure and organization help her to be happier and less anxious How she manages to not only work as a busy physician but also to carve out time in her day to work as a productivity and work-life strategist for struggling women Her five keys to entrepreneurial success How we can combat overlearning Why we should buy for just in time learning rather than just in case learning The ADHD traits that she feels are responsible for her success? The key to living successfully with ADHD is? Her number one ADHD workaround?  Information about the programs that she offers   Resources: Instagram: @lollietasker
Join Tracy as she welcomes Francesca Rizzo to Episode 118 of ADHD for Smart Ass Women to share her tips on downsizing and setting up an organized home for ADHD living. Francesca Rizzo is a multi-media artist expressing powerful, provocative ideas in funny, human ways. Her work is prolific. The multiple medias she has distinguished herself in range from the fine arts and interior design to her work as an award-winning actor, writer, producer and director in theater, film, television and digital media.    As a college dropout, Francesca left NJ and struck out on her own at 19, mining her creative talents for skills she could use to pay the rent in New York City. Along the way she carved out a career as a children’s book illustrator, professional actor, co-founder of a downtown theater company and eventually, as a filmmaker and CEO of MovieBaby Productions, a Tribeca-based media company creating innovative videos, independent films and tv promotional campaigns. Does that sound ADHD or what?   When she lost Moviebaby and her Manhattan apartment after 9/11, she landed back in Jersey and went back to the basics, earning her degree in Media Arts as well as the SUNY Chancellor's Award for Student Excellence. While making her mark in the fine arts and interior design, she penned and performed three theatrical productions, curated The Cinema-Femina film series and, created Believe Women, a rape activist initiative that championed the Cosby survivors along their journey to justice.   Francesca shares: What made her downsize from a 3,000 square foot, 3-story home in New Jersey to a 600 square foot apartment in New York City The 3 requirements every item must meet to end up in Fran’s world How to let go of things and make room for those things that you really want in your life Her decision making tier of  I love it I like it It does its job It annoys me I hate it When you need to just “pick the best” How she feels after getting rid of 98% of her possessions What she would do differently if she had to do it again How you can use Fran’s downsizing mindset to move through anything that causes you fear and overwhelm What the key to living successfully with ADHD is   Resources: Simple Systems for Creative Minds:
Join Tracy in episode #117 of ADHD for Smart Ass Women where she shares the #1 most impactful concept that she has learned this year. She talks about this concept every day with students and those who contact her because they’re struggling with rumination, RSD, and just plain not feeling good.   Tracy shares: Who she learned this concept from Why our ADHD brains can get stuck in a loop of negative thoughts which leads to rumination, RSD and general brooding The role environment plays in all of this What epigenetics and neuroplasticity can teach us How you can change your brain at any age and be happier The network in our brain that lights up when we’re in action The network in our brain that is responsible for our creativity The network in our brain that is responsible for many of our negative, depressive thoughts The reason why so many people are starting to look so distracted whether or not they have or don’t have ADHD The part of our brain that is responsible for addiction and what we can do about it What 6-3-8-3 breathing is and why it works When our ADHD brains are happiest   Resources: Breaking Binaries: 10 Things You Can Do to Be an Ally to People Who Are LGBTQ+: 5 Days to Fall in Love With Your ADHD Brain: Your ADHD Brain is A-OK!:
In this episode of ADHD for Smart Ass Women, Tracy talks about ADHD and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) and why she took such an interest in this episode. Tracy starts by mentioning the connection between OCD and repetitive body focused behaviors (RBFBs) and then discusses what they are. She then goes on to share:   What OCD is What obsessions are What compulsions are The conditions that make up the OCD Spectrum What OCD is not What Pure Obsession is At what age does OCD typically show up Where ADHD and OCD look very different Where ADHD and OCD look similar What those with OCD are most concerned about The role that executive functions play in both ADHD and OCD How hoarding plays into ADHD and OCD How OCD is best treated What Exposure Response Prevention is The reasons why ADHD with OCD is often misdiagnosed A Do I Have OCD? Survey Resources:
Join Tracy as she welcomes Lynn Miner-Rosen to Episode 115 of ADHD for Smart Ass Women. Lynn Miner-Rosen, M.Ed., ACC, CDCS is the founder of LMR Coaching and the creator of the ADHD JOB SQUAD™ where she provides coaching, instruction, and support to college students and adults with (and without) ADD, ADHD, Executive Functioning Deficits and Learning Differences worldwide. Lynn is a leading expert on ADHD career coaching and is an ICF Credentialed and Board Certified Career Development Coach, and an ADHD, Executive Function and Life Coach. She’s been a Special Education Teacher and an IEP coordinator and has a BS in business administration and two Masters Degrees in education and Special Education  Like you she’s also learned how to manage the demands of her life and career whil navigating symptoms of ADHD.    Lynn shares: Her ADHD diagnosis story The truth about our current pandemic job market Why women are struggling the most What we need to consider when trying to decide if we should make a career change Advice for those of us who are reentering the workforce decades after we left Why she decide to start the ADHD Job Squad A special deal just for ADHD for Smart Ass Women listener   Resources: Instagram: @adhdcoachlynn LinkedIn: Facebook:
Comments (6)

Breanne Menth

I would love to see a show on ADHD and better sleep!

Aug 2nd

Tina Squire

amazing episode. thank you

May 30th

Amanda Gordon

thank you, so appreciative for you and these podcasts!! this was the first podcast I listened too. so greatful!!

Dec 17th


The solo episodes are better than the interviews. Tracy is not a great interviewer. She doesn’t really listen to guests’ answers and her comments make that clear—and that strangles any conversational flow to the interview.

Aug 5th

Lindsey Darnell

Wow! I have listened to a lot of ADHD podcasts, and this is the first one that resinates with me. Thank you!

Jun 12th

Janetta Maclean

This is the best ADHD podcast for me. amazing and inspiring.

Sep 28th
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