Congratulations on being both brilliant and stymied all at once. You have a neurodiversity and you live in a country that doesn’t want to talk about it or if you did, you could lose your job. Now, let’s take all that IQ and learn to channel and focus it into your superpower and build a “success process” with results that work in the environment that you are living in.
Dyslexia Success Coaching focuses on the specific needs of the person being coached with a focus on understanding the neurological strengths and weaknesses of the individual. Like all coaching, it is a supportive, goal-oriented process. The coach and client work to develop the tools, strategies, and confidence necessary to help the client reach his or her potential.
The difference between this and your typical coaching process is that I am trained and experienced in working with people with dyslexia. The focus is on helping a person develop tactics that maximize the talents of their brain and compensate for the individual difficulties the dyslexic person experiences.
Working with a coach adds structures, methods, and practical approaches necessary to meet the challenges of everyday life and excel in their areas of special talents.