Meet Chris Cameron​

Headshot photo of Chris Cameron, ADHD Automator, a man with ADHD, Automation Coach, Neurodivergent, man with slicked hair and groomed mustache wearing clear round glasses and a teal shirt with light blue floral pattern, looking directly at the camera

Your ADHD Automation Guide​​

At, I focus on something more than just the technical details of process automation and workflow design. My experience is all about finding simple solutions, resilience, and a consistent effort towards making things easier, particularly for those facing cognitive challenges. Juggling the responsibilities of professional life and the joys and challenges of being a dad, I’ve mastered the skill of dealing with life’s complex situations. Now, I’m here to help you do the same.

Right now, my focus is on providing:

  • Consultancy and training that improves your life in meaningful ways
  • Workflow design that’s adapted to you instead of you to it
  • Robust, user-friendly system design
  • Reliable process automation

A New Lens & The Educator In Me

After my ADHD diagnosis, I found a new lens through which to view both my life and work. This realization was the beginning of something new and incredible for me, leading me to recognize the immense value of automation and AI tools for people facing various cognitive challenges — be it cognitive overload, executive dysfunction due to burnout, or chronic fatigue that impacts focus.

My journey in education began as early as 2005, tutoring DJs and musicians in the intricate world of audio engineering. Fast-forward several years, and my role evolved. As a software trainer, I took on the distinctly different yet equally rewarding challenge of demystifying complex software processes for a diverse audience. Though the subject matter and the learners varied greatly, the common thread has always been education — simplifying the complex to empower others. These experiences have collectively shaped my unique skill set.

Guiding Principles & The Impact Of Openness

My work is fueled by three core principles: efficiency, innovation, and empathy.

I believe technology should serve you, not overwhelm you. Coming into the open is not just a personal choice; it’s my commitment to addressing the diverse cognitive challenges many face, and to foster community understanding.

I also believe in transparency. As a coach, tutor, mentor, content creator, and parent, I believe it’s my responsability to be clear about how i use your data, the types of links you’ll be clicking (see: affiliate links policy), and whatever else has an impact on you, your safety, and the choices you get to make.

Through I’m creating pathways for change and acceptance.