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Dyslexia and Invention: Chris Elsworthy and his ROBOX 3D Printer

“One of the driving forces behind this project is that my oldest son is also quite badly dyslexic, but he exceeds in making things and he’s already very good at analyzing objects to see how things work – he takes them apart.”

Fernette Eide of Dyslexic Advantage talks to dyslexic CEO inventor of the 3d printer […]

IKEA Founder Ingvar Kamprad

Dyslexic IKEA founder Ingar Kamprad.

Like many successful dyslexic entrepreneurs, Ingvar got his entrepreneurial start a s a child, initially selling matches, then moving on to Christmas ornaments and fish.

His goal was with IKEA was to sell decent furniture for low prices. He gave away free sweet rolls and coffee and customized his stores so […]

Dyslexia and Kids in the House CEO Leana Greene

“As a kid, I sold the most scout cookies every year…” – serial entrepreneur and producer Leana Green

GREAT visit today with dyslexic mompreneur Kids in the House CEO Leana Greene. Leana is an amazing serial entrepreneur and creator of the world’s largest parenting library of videos.

Leana has been heralded as a business rockstar for starting her […]

Neurodiversity in the High Tech Workforce

Dyslexic Advantage is proud to be cosponsoring a Conference at Microsoft June 2nd in Mountain View Neurodiversity in the High Tech Workforce.

Scott and David both spoke at our Conference on Dyslexia and Innovation last Spring (we’ll post the Entrepreneurs Panel that Scott hosted below). Visit Dave’s Late Night with Dave Hornik HERE.

Here’s Brock’s talk:

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David Flink’s Thinking Differently

David Flink’s book Thinking Differently is out! Inspiring story – and great back to school gift – today David is CEO of Eye to Eye mentoring and on Dyslexic Advantage’s own Board. Work smarter, seek out accommodations, find your allies and more…

From the discouraged kid in 5th grade labeled with LD/ADHD, to Eye to Eye’s own […]