“It’s a different way of seeing the world and it’s very powerful. What I want to get across is it’s more of a gift. It’s not a struggle. It’s not a disease. It’s not a thing that prevents you from doing well in life.” — Andrew Reeves, Architect and CEO of Linebox Studio It took a card game on a vacation to make Andrew Reeves realize that he was dyslexic at the age of 42. A comment from a friend put him on a journey of discovery and now he is aware of the skills and the mindset that he has due to being dyslexic.

  From CBC News: “What was your experience as a kid? It was frustrating. Obviously, our school system, […]

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