Okay, am I the only one who thinks it's ironically comical to have a book on dyslexia that's almost 300 pages long with small words?
I'm dyslexic and have been blessed to excel in business and personal areas as well due to the specifics of how I process information. I see things that seem so clear and simple that others cannot grasp, even once it's explained.
I am reading and mostly finished with this book. It's a struggle, yes, but it's well worth the time investment. I have read another popular book on the subject and thought it was ok, but it basically was telling me that I had a dysfunction and giving advice on how to work around and improve the areas of "dysfunction". This was of no help. I process information differently and that's how it is.
What's great about this book is that it doesn't try to change the thIngs about me that are most difficult to change if not impossible, but acknowledges them and gives me more insights on how to use this advantage I was born with to do great things.
Kudos to anyone and everyone who finally figured out that differences are just differences. I would not have been able to achieve what I have without thus wonderful advantage I was born with.