Learning Ability – Not Just for Other People

Have you ever felt like talent was for, well, other people?

For me, it’s singing.  I stink at it.  I do it anyway, of course.  Heaven help the sad soul within earshot of me when I do.

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Maybe you’ve always wanted to be a virtuoso on the guitar.  Too bad those fingers of yours don’t cooperate.

Maybe you dream of becoming the next Julia Child but somehow your “omelettes” always morph into scrambled eggs.

That’s okay.  I have some good news.  The ability to learn isn’t like that.

If you’re a dyslexic adult who didn’t receive the right kind of learning intervention during your school days, then I’m going to take a wild guess and say you probably don’t believe me.

Without the experience of a tailored approach to learning intervention, you likely believe that reading and learning is only easy for other people.  Just like talent, some have it.  Some don’t.

As a learning intervention specialist who’s helped countless students overcome the challenges of learning differences, including dyslexia, I’m here to say that becoming a confident, capable reader and learner is not just for students who fit inside the box of the educational system.

For those who learn differently, a different approach is needed.  Want to know more about that different (and powerful, and effective) approach?  Please join me here: Remove the Limits to Learning.