As Shane grew up golf evolved into a career in which he had to carve out his own path. However, with the challenges dyslexia brought it also gave him strengths and advantages which Shane uses to this day to teach people how to improve their golf.
Having each struggled with reading the Blumensteins know how challenging reading with dyslexia can be. They discovered the joys of reading and the benefits that come with it and so created Kids Read 2 Kids so that any kid, anywhere in the world can be read to and supported by fellow kids in the process.
By finding something he was really good at Jeff was able to let his strengths lead the way into an amazing career in the field of aviation engineering without having the formal education his colleagues had.
Since he was placed in special education classes when he graduated high school Jarryn was missing some academic requirements so couldn't choose one of the football scholarships he was being offered. As a result, with the help of his friend John and his mentor who goes by Underworld they made the impossible possible and Jarryn went to play for Kansas State. This is his story about how he did that.
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.
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.
Mark talks about how his project, Dyslexia and the Creative Mindset which is a combined film and book product aimed at flipping dyslexia on its head and viewing it from a positive angle came to be and why he feels so strongly about offering it for free to the community.
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