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Ololade “Dr. Lola Day” Akintoye, MD

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Cardiology | Pediatrics | Physician

Dr. Lola Day is a pediatric cardiologist, podcaster, and coach for easily distracted women (overwhelmed mothers and women with ADHD). She is a proud Georgia peach but currently lives in Orlando, Florida with her husband and three children.

She is the CEO and Founder of LollieTasking, a work-life balance strategy and Coaching company for easily distracted women (ADHD) and high achieving women who have the will to accomplish their goals but their brain keeps sabotaging them! #ADHD Brain! #FoggyMomBrain! #FocusConcerns!

Through LollieTasking, she has hosted, taught courses, and coached many female professionals and entrepreneurs. However, what she is most proud of is starting her Accomplish With Ease program and community, a high performance and growth club for women with ADHD and easily distracted women. Dr. Lola Day coaches women on productivity strategies that help these amazing women harness their super powers and put blocks on their kryptonite so they can thrive in their genius zone and continue shattering that glass ceiling with Ease without sacrificing time away from family or being overwhelmed. She does all these while managing her own AD(H)D like a boss.

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Ololade “Dr. Lola Day” Akintoye, MD
Ololade “Dr. Lola Day” Akintoye, MD

“Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.”- Albert Einstein!

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ADHD trained life success & goals coach who helps women learn how to focus on what matters, so they can live joyfully and thrive in life

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