X-Men – Superheroes that are powerful, potentially dangerous, yet are capable of so much good. This is the dramatic conflict in Marvel comics and the hugely successful Marvel movie franchise. People with ADHD – Superheroes with brilliant minds, who can fall astray, yet are capable of so much good.
In Marvel’s comic series, the X-Men attend the Xavier Institute. It is a training site to help them explore and refine their powers. What if there was such a place for people with ADHD? I discovered just such a place called InventiveLabs...
“They get sidelined because they might not be able to make it through college or find a standard job. But they game changers, the people who have really influenced our companies in the past, are often the ones who have thought out-of-the-box and forced us to do the same.”
InventiveLabs will put hyper-focus, creativity, and love of deadlines – all classic ADHD traits – to work.
Pat Woodward says if he had been asked during his one semester of college to create a business plan, he might have vomited. Just a few years later, Woodward, 22, is now the co-founder of a social and productivity mobile app.
“InventiveLabs, an innovative new ‘career lab,’ is offering real-world education, training, and life coaching to young adults with ADHD.”
The Guides from InventiveLabs have been guests on several podcasts:
- The Dyslexia Quest Podcast with Elisheva Schwartz
- Attention Talk Radio with Jeff Copper: ADHD Shark Tank Training
- ADHD reWired with Eric Tivers: The ADHD Business Incubator
- Miss ADD Podcast: Rebecca from Melbourne talks about her journey
- Miss ADD Podcast with Introduction by Dr. Ned Hallowell
YouTube: InventiveLabs Channel