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Bree Mills

Business Coach for Neurodivergent Women


Age: 37 

Country: United States 

Years in business: Recently started 


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Instagram: @readysetquirrel

What is your business about  


I am a business coach dedicated to empowering neurodivergent women. I help them establish a strong business foundation, create a Radically Authentic brand, and develop unique offers leveraging their neurodivergent strengths. My focus is on teaching them how to craft compelling content and effective marketing strategies while embracing their authentic selves. Additionally, I use my platform to raise awareness about ADHD, particularly in women diagnosed later in life. I'm also launching a community where neurodivergent individuals can find support, resources, and a sense of belonging. I pride myself on being genuine and unapologetically myself—embracing all my contradictions with a sense of humor and authenticity. 

Please describe your life before starting  


Before starting my business, I worked in the corporate world, often described by doctors as "high functioning" but what we know as high-masking. For over 15 years, I struggled with alcohol addiction, severe anxiety, and depression. A major cross-country move and the challenge of parenting three neurodivergent daughters left me isolated and vulnerable. After being laid off, I hit rock bottom and sought emergency mental health care, enduring dismissals from multiple doctors before finally being diagnosed with ADHD. Starting medication was a revelation; it cleared the fog in my mind and allowed me to reconnect with my true self. I began sharing my journey on Instagram, despite my fear of judgment, and quickly found a supportive community. Realizing my corporate skills could help others, I pivoted to business coaching, wrote a book, and launched a program specifically for neurodivergent entrepreneurs. Nine months later, I am achieving significant success and feel more purposeful than ever.

What made you decide to take the leap and start your own business?  


My late ADHD diagnosis was a turning point. It made me realize that the corporate grind was not sustainable for my neurodivergent brain. I knew I needed to create something that aligned with my strengths and passions, so I took the leap into entrepreneurship to build a life and career that truly fulfilled me.

How would you describe your life now, as a solopreneur?  


My life as a solopreneur is joyful, fulfilled, chaotic, messy, fun, and optimistic. It's everything I dreamed of and more. While I have big dreams for the future, I am excited about the journey ahead and confident in my ability to create something that will outlast me.  

How has your ADHD played a positive role in your business life?  


ADHD has been a tremendous asset in my business life. It fuels my creativity, enhances my problem-solving skills, and drives my passion. It also allows me to empathize deeply with others and advocate fiercely for their success. My unique perspective and relentless energy have been key factors in my entrepreneurial journey.

What's your top tip for other ADHD women aspiring to be solopreneurs  


Never let anyone tell you that you're incapable because you're different. Your difference is your greatest strength. Embrace your unique wiring and recognize it as the beautiful and powerful gift it is. You are not broken; you are uniquely equipped to achieve amazing things.




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