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Dyslexia and IMPOSTER Syndrome [Premium]

“It’s only because they like me.” “I just got lucky.” “I just work hard.” “If they really knew me…” Recognize this? It’s a the voice of self-doubt, fear, and anxiety. It’s a feeling like you’re a fraud and that any time, you might be found out. Imposter syndrome was first characterized in 1978 when Clance […]
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What If ‘Dyslexia’ Meant ‘Smart’?

We’ve been talking about stories, so here’s the story of a friend. It illustrates perfectly some of the challenges dyslexic people face in the current educational system. It also shows the huge impact our view of ‘dyslexia’ can have on how we see other people.

Our friend was highly verbal and curious as a child, so her […]

“For me, dyslexia is a gift because you see things differently.” – UK Dragon Managing Director Debbie Edgar

Debbie Edgar is Managing Director of a multi-million dollar energy consultancy company, Dragon.

“I was diagnosed when I was 15. It was a new thing and schools were only just learning about it. Up until then teachers just thought you were a bit thick. I think I’m quite lucky in that I had a father […]