Great advice from Stephen Key at Additude.
For many adult dyslexics, running your own business is the best way to build on strengths and create a positive working environment. Stephen offers the following helpful advice for those at the beginning their journey.
“1. I prepare for every situation.
My learning disability has caused me to fear the […]
A career in the military can be difficult enough, but try throwing dyslexia into the mix. Near impossible?
No. Probably just the opposite when it comes to elite special forces like the Green Berets.
Although a teacher once thought to hold him back in the 2nd grade, as an adult, he would be the go-to person to secure […]
Dr. Gail Saltz has a hit book on her hands, and it’s called The Power of Different.
In addition to being a professor of psychiatry at Columbia University, she grew up with a brother who’d win a Nobel Prize. Gail was kind enough to talk to her about what she learned about the genius of […]
“If you’re not failing, You’re probably not trying as hard as you could be.” – Dyslexic Harvard Genetics Professor George Church
From Harvard’s Gazette:
Church had an erratic path through higher education like many dyslexic students, but his path shows a lot of ingenuity, passion, and dogged persistence in spite of not learning to read well.
Thanks, Founding Dyslexic Advantage Board Member Tom West for this presentation “A New World Shaped by
Dyslexics.” Tom is the author of In the Mind’s Eye and Thinking Like Einstein for A New World Shaped by Dyslexics for Embrace Dyslexia Symposium in Singapore.