Motivation for Different Thinkers: DTMM Videos

This week’s article is brought to you by an audience member who recently asked why her young adult son hated her nagging, she just needed her son to get his crap together and move out of her house, she was just trying to motivate him. Her son was sitting next to her and I watched

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

Hyperfocus: Past, Present, and Future LOOP

Hyperfocusing on what we wish we did, are doing, or what will happen can drain our energy. Let’s practice taking back that focus!   Transcription: Hey, JoyGenea here, neurodiversity coach to those awesome different thinkers with dyslexia, ADHD, awesome adults, and we’re talking about ADHD hyperfocus and when it can go a little negative on

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

Saturday School: Dyslexic Stories

We all have stories from growing up dyslexic in the school system. Please share some of your stories in the comments. Transcription: Hey, JoyGenea here. So, one of my different thinking clients today, we had a lovely conversation about growing up dyslexic in the school system. This beats mine, by far one of the best

Part 2 What does Self-Care look like for Dyslexics and ADHD

We can’t start talking about self-care and not explain what it is. What is self-care? “the practice of taking action to preserve or improve one’s own health.” Oxford Languages “Self-care is the practice of taking care of your physical, mental, and emotional health. It is about making choices that support your well-being and help you