Jonathan Hyla, more commonly known simply by his last name, wants to empower creative professionals who think a bit differently than many of their colleagues–especially those who have ADHD. After working in radio, film and television for more than a decade, including doing high-profile celebrity interviews at E! Entertainment, Hyla shifted to his most recent…



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