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Bryan Wisda releases cover of Hey Jude

On Friday, July 31, 2020, I released an instrumental cover of the iconic song Hey Jude by The Beatles.When I first started out to record this song I wasn't thinking about recording a cover of Hey Jude at all.  My goal was to record a song to help the listener with ADHD focus or concentrate.   To accomplish this I needed to record a song slightly divergent from ADHD Lullaby which was recorded specifically to help children ages 6-13 fall asleep faster.  ADHD Lullaby works by combining rhythmic and non-rhythmic (random) elements with 3 very specific frequencies used in neuroscience; the combination of this overloads the ADHD mind's ability to process information and thus allows the body to relax and fall...

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Shooting Blanks Podcast Interview

In the fall of 2019, I was interviewed by my dear friend Ed.  Ed is an interesting character having spent as a young man working for some secret government agency; he won't even tell me which agency he worked for he's so secretive about it.Ed is quite comical.  He runs a promotion company and has dubbed himself The Tactical Plus Sized Model.  He also runs a podcast on Spotify which he calls Shooting Blanks.During my interview, Ed and I discuss the fateful night I was shot in the line of duty and how that singular event led to me releasing ADHD Lullaby.  It's a great interview.  You'll learn a lot about me personally and enjoy learning more about the discovery...

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39 Tips for Parents of Children with ADHD

I posted on Facebook the following question, “WHAT IS THE BEST PIECE OF ADVICE YOU’VE EVER RECEIVED FROM ANOTHER PARENT OF A CHILD WITH ADHD?”  Below are the 39 Tips for Parents of Children with ADHD I got from my Facebook Followers.  #37 is a phenomenal bit of advice for a child with ADHD.  #10 will blow your mind.  Here they are: 39 Tips for Parents of Children with ADHD Do NOT get emotionally involved when they are having a behavior issue. Walk away if they won’t. Set specific rules and boundaries and always follow thru with discipline and accountability. With schools…they usually push for grades because good grades = more money. Most important is your child’s mental health. Don’t...

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