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Welcome to The Truth About Dyslexia podcast, up to 20% of the population could be dyslexic - I wanted to share my journey, what I am learning, doing and understanding to see if it can help other adult dyslexics.

Truth About Dyslexia The Dyslexia Journey

    • Health & Fitness

Welcome to The Truth About Dyslexia podcast, up to 20% of the population could be dyslexic - I wanted to share my journey, what I am learning, doing and understanding to see if it can help other adult dyslexics.

    Can boredom lead to being more creative?

    Can boredom lead to being more creative?

    I heard recently was listening to an expert talking on this very topic and thought it may help you in the lockdown world.

    • 6 min
    #updatecast - what’s going on & a big thank you

    #updatecast - what’s going on & a big thank you

    First one of these in a while - with so much live content off the airwaves I wanted to share where I’m at in my life

    • 9 min
    Can you change jobs?

    Can you change jobs?

    It’s a mad world out here and I wanted to talk about transferable skills - how to see them, what to do with them and who to tell about them!

    • 8 min
    Fear Setting: What is it?

    Fear Setting: What is it?

    Something that I have done before - but is important to do again. I will walk you through a story of where I first heard about this and think the concept is awesome for the ADHD and Dyslexic community - for more gooogle - Ted Fear Setting Tim Ferris

    • 6 min
    The new economy

    The new economy

    How is all this going to change employment, remote working and more. A real tangent of a podcast haha 😂

    • 11 min
    Fear and focus

    Fear and focus

    Moving forward in hard times is hard. But it could be a game changer.

    • 9 min

Customer Reviews

AllisonWonderland1990x ,

The Best Adult Dyslexia Resource

As a 28 year old female, currently interviewing for physician assistant graduate programs, I was looking to understand the way my mild/moderate dyslexia impacts my life as a young adult. I wanted to strengthen my understanding of my strengths/weaknesses and how I learn best prior to re-entering an educational environment. I am so incredibly grateful to stumble upon this invaluable resource. The host is a wonderful human that continues to blows my mind every podcast with how perfectly he delivers/targets the information I needed/wanted but didn’t have a clue I needed/wanted. His unique, insightful and genuine information/encouragement has helped me to better understand myself, accept my weaknesses and mostly realize my strengths. In my opinion this podcast is an absolute essential for any adult with dyslexia (mild-severe) looking for a calming, insightful friend to discuss how dyslexia has impacted them and what strategies they are trying to implement in an effort to maximize their quality of life. Honestly, overall just so impressed - This is the first podcast that I actually check daily for the next episode.

Sincerely, thank you for your honesty and for sharing your invaluable information, insight and encouragement. It has helped me restore my self confidence through a newfound genuine understanding of myself-the good, the bad, and the dyslexia. Truly Priceless.

BigEricLehman ,

Truth About Dyslexia

I really appreciated this 'rant' but in truth supportive description of the unique but not to be ignored and 'dissed' parts of ourselves that turn out to be an individual approach a dyslexic has. Bad, wrong, let me help you get it right, seems to be constantly stabbing the 'original' perhaps different way we go about things. At 65 years old and being dyslexic I have been in the porcess of rediscovering so much about myself to hear your podcast has been extreamly helpful thanks.

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