Average might just be success in a different light

In an era when expectations are getting more mediocre and softer, I’ve come to the conclusion that average might just be success in a different light. That is, when I’m talking about my son who has dyslexia. We can all talk about how we want our kids to grow up to be successful. After watchingContinue reading “Average might just be success in a different light”

This Intellectual Thinker’s take on success

This year I decided early my one word to guide my year. Consistent is working out well for me. Last year I read about Enneagrams which helped me figure out my personality type and how I could better understand the why and how I like to do things. In my post The conversation that wouldContinue reading “This Intellectual Thinker’s take on success”

How he discovered his strengths and used them to spectacular effect

Seeing successful people out in the world who work with and around their dyslexia is important for little ones with dyslexia to see. The idea that you can and will be anything you want to be when you grow up is important! YouTube has so many great interviews but the Brian Grazer one shows basicallyContinue reading “How he discovered his strengths and used them to spectacular effect”