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  • ADD – Funneling Concentric Circles – A Strategy for concentrating on a goal

    Trying to stay consistently focused on doing one thing when you have ADD is always difficult. I have not worked on or looked at strategies for focusing as an ADD in years. Instead, I have been looking at and learning from Success experts such as Tony Robbins, Steven Covey, and many others. They however offer […]

  • Special People Normal World

    Special People Normal World is a wonderful new show that will be premiering on the web this week. The wonderful ladies behind this show are Susan Stevens and Kristi Hogg. Susan is the grandmother of Garrett who is a year younger than Haley my daughter and also has CP. Garett’s family was told that he wouldn’t […]

  • Reading Dyslexia Laughing and CP

    Today was a great day. I started a new job and as far as I can tell I’ll be working for myself for the first time. It’s a job for a company and I don’t know how long it will last but I’m being brought on to do exactly what I want to do. I’m […]

  • The Race

    Every night when it’s time to go upstairs for a bath and bed the kids procrastinate. They’re kids of course they procrastinate bedtime. Well, a number of months ago I realized that I could encourage the progress of matriculating upstairs by declaring a race. Both Haley and Abby seem to love competition and this is […]

  • Man with CP walks 900 Miles

    What are your goals? What have you done today to make them happen? If one person can decide to walk 900 miles then so can another. There is no happiness except in the realization that we have accomplished something.Henry Ford

  • Breakthroughs

    Today, I read a blog by Elizabeth called MyKidsSupport about something called the blue blob. According to Elizabeth, the blue blob is a cloud that sits over a child with dyslexia and that blob can dissipate or clear. Reading her blog reminded me of my belief in what I call breakthroughs. The best way I can describe […]

  • Wrong Words

    Today I went to lunch with a few people from work. One of the guys was talking about some topic but using the wrong words to describe what he was talking about. We were joking about it when he said he thinks this has something to do with his dyslexia. Then I realized, I do […]

  • Pregnancy

    I’m currently sitting in the waiting room of the hospital. My wife has just had a procedure that will help get her through our fourth pregnancy and hopefully produce our 3rd child. During our first pregnancy at 22 weeks, she went into the doctor’s office because she wasn’t feeling right. She got there had an […]

  • MySpellingSucsk Archive Post – Beauty of Wireless HeadSet

    I remember getting all wrapped up in a cord as a kid as I paced around while on the phone. Today I still tend to pace while on the phone but now I have a wireless headset. Now plenty of people pace but few do it with the fanaticism I do it with. When I’m […]

  • Get Your Kids Interested

    I was diagnosed with dyslexia at 6 years old. I didn’t learn how to read until I was 11 years old in 4th grade. My handwriting is still practically illegible. Here is my advice to anyone who has a child with this type of problem. Buy them a computer… (paraphrase get them interested in something) […]