Peggy explains how invaluable the tools she was given as a child to focus on her strengths and not dwell on what she wasn’t good at were and how they enabled her to succeed both at Harvard and after graduation.
Ollie’s accomplishments, especially impressive as he is just 19, show that there are many ways to become successful and that the traditional path is not the right fit for everyone.
Despite minimal support Reg got through grade school by building tree houses and a log cabin and working in the school’s machine shop. After graduating his outstanding hands on work spoke for itself enabling him to find success in a variety of fields.
Simon explains what it was like to grow up without a dyslexia diagnosis and how one therapy session in his 40s opened the doors to writing.
Simon’s first book is called Our Eternal Curse: Another Self
What started out as a problem turned into a project they worked on together which then led to published books written predominately with decodable words.
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