Project Avoidance Creep – The Lie of Anxiety

It is common for ADHD & Dyslexic brains. “This project is going to take FOREVER, I don’t have enough time to even start it now, I will just wait until later.” This is the great project anxiety lie that we tell ourselves. Most of the time you don’t even realize that you are saying this

The 4 Stages of Learning and Neurodiversity Coaching

The 4 Stages of Learning: Level 1: Unconscious Incompetent “I don’t know what I don’t know.” This person is unaware that there is a need for skill development. Level 2: Conscious Incompetent “I now know about it, but I’m not very good at it.” This person is aware of the need for skill as well

Different Thinkers, Meetings, and Ideas

Sometimes figuring out the right timing for communicating ideas in meetings can be tricky for different thinkers, but there are strategies to help! Transcription: Hi, I’m JoyGenea, international neurodiversity coach for dyslexics and adults with ADHD. Different thinkers, meetings, and ideas. So, I’m guilty of this all the time, and I’ll own it, but I

Dictation Software for Gmail

Dictation software can make a huge difference for dyslexics managing lots of work emails. Tune in to see the Gmail dictation software I tested! For more details, you can check out my blog about dictation software. Transcription: Hi, JoyGenea here. Recently a client and I were talking. They use Google Gmail and they, they were

Connecting: As a Dyslexic Thinking Strength

Being in connection can be found in most of the stories from highly successful dyslexics to mildly successful ones. When I think of a person who is highly successful in connecting, I think of Steven Spielberg.  He connects with millions of people when he makes a movie and brings a story to life. Connecting is

Part 3: Championing for Different Thinkers

We are wrapping up this series on championing for different thinkers, with some concrete examples of how this can be done at work. It’s actually really simple! CLICK HERE for an in-depth blog about Championing Different Thinkers. CLICK HERE if you missed part 1 of the series. CLICK HERE if you missed part 2 of the

Part 2: Championing for Different Thinkers

Let’s talk about what championing for different thinkers looks like. My greatest lesson on this came from an 11-year-old who stood up for me back in school. CLICK HERE for an in depth blog about Championing Different Thinkers. CLICK HERE if you missed part 1 of the series. CLICK HERE for part 3 of the