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

JoyGenea Interview of Hans Vroege – Three Questions About Dyslexia and School

JoyGenea, international neurodiversity coach for professionals with dyslexia, interviews Hans Vroege to talk about three questions. What were the best parts of school when you were in middle school and high school? What are your top two strengths? When you were 10, what one thing do you wish someone would have told you until you

The Power of a Positive Review

“What is the shortest word in the English language that contains the letters: abcdef? Answer: Feedback. Don’t forget that feedback is one of the essential elements of good communication.”  ~Anonymous

What Were Shoes Before Tennis Shoes?

 “I’d tell men and women in their mid-twenties not to settle for a job or a profession or even a career. Seek a calling. Even if you don’t know what that means, seek it. If you’re following your calling, the fatigue will be easier to bear, the disappointments will be fuel, the highs will be

Is it a fact that “Nice People Finish Last?”

“This is what I find most magnetic about successful givers: they get to the top without cutting others down, finding ways of expanding the pie that benefit themselves and the people around them. Whereas success is zero-sum in a group of takers, in groups of givers, it may be true that the whole is greater

Time Blindness and ADHD In a Business Owner

I had a client who came to me for business help.  He owned and ran a company of about twenty people and he was running into his neurology.  Since he was so smart, he had worked around most of his labels, except he didn’t know what his labels were.  He just knew that a good