Through this forum I have written about creativity, self-improvement, and my learning disabilities. I finally completed a three-year project to help others with learning challenges achieve lasting legacies.
It turns out that people with learning challenges such as ADHD and dyslexia (or who otherwise feel “glitchy”) have more creative potential than others. A lot of helpful research on creativity is available, but they usually don’t enjoy reading research. So I made it available here in a very unique format. It’s available as an Amazon ebook (tablet/phone/kindle) for an accessible price (two Starbucks small coffees).
I’ve researched creativity since 1994. Now I hope these useful tools will help those who are ready to move forward.
::: Be fierce. Be kind. Be knowledge-hungry. :::
Published by Brock Stout, PhD
Brock has helped many people to be extremely successful. He has lived in various countries and has enjoyed several careers, but is now a writer and a career coach.
He sustained mild lead poisoning as a child, resulting in neurological damage. The result was a life of learning disabilities, always struggling to keep up.
But he completed two degrees from competitive universities, then advised Wall Street executives in Asia for 15 years. He later earned a PhD and worked as a university professor for six years. He has started three profitable companies in between.
So he particularly wants to help those with special learning challenges. Because so many of us now have these special challenges, they are no longer special. But they are challenges. He wants you to TEACH YOURSELF how to be successful.
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Westinghouse might be my favorite Glitcher of all time. Next to Helen Keller, Robert Greene, Srinivasa
Ramanujan, and Jo Rowling.