Dyslexia, the brain, and processing reading – Neurodiversity at work

“Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.” ~Albert Einstein   After years of doing this work and finally having the science to help explain what most dyslexics have known for a long time, I

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

Adult Dyscalculia (Math Dyslexia) Could This Be In Your Neurology?

 “Mathematics may not teach us to add love or subtract hate, but it gives us hope that every problem has a solution” From the book Life Is A Math Equation p.58 by Steven Wright I have to start off by saying Dyscalculia makes me think of Draculia and that makes me smile each time I

MORE Adult Dyslexia Details: Reading, Math and ADHD

“If anyone ever puts you down for having dyslexia, don’t believe them. Being dyslexic can actually be a big advantage, and it has certainly helped me.” -Richard Branson, Virgin CEO   I recently posted the blog Adult Dyslexia and How It Affects Multiple Parts of Your Life -Both at Home and Work and in that I

Where Does The Time Go?

“Understanding is deeper than knowledge.  There are many people who know, but very few who understand.” ~ Nicholas Cage Where does the time go? How I have been dreaming of retirement, so I don’t feel so stressed, exhausted and like a failure.

Time Blindness and Dyslexia the quick overview and infographic

Time blindness and dyslexia are no uncommon.  I recently wrote in detail about it.  DYSLEXIA & TIME BLINDNESS – HOW BEING DYSLEXIC CAN ALSO MEAN YOU HAVE A BLINDNESS TO TIME (DYSCHRONOMETRIA) If you are anything like me though, you enjoy a good infographic with the details simplified.  This page is for us. Here is a

4 Time Blind People Have A Meeting

The meeting is scheduled for Sunday at 9:00 am. I jump on Zoom and crickets for 5…6…7…8…minutes.  So, I called.  No one at that house had looked at their email or chat and they didn’t put it on a calendar when it was set, so they did not really know what time it would be