Art, Dyslexia and Creativity with Eric Mcgehearty

The data is clear, that there is a strong correlation between dyslexia, art and entrepreneurship, and yet, why is that so?

Compelled to explore this interaction I’ve invited Eric McGehearty on to the show.

Eric is not only an award winning sculptor with exhibits ranging from Washington DC to New York, but also the successful dyslexic CEO and founder of GlobeRunner SEO, a high profile and high growth company.

In this episode we explore a whole range of topics, from the specific strengths of the dyslexic mind, to Eric’s personal journey,to some practical and specific tips on how to you too can get ahead in your career as a dyslexic .

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Entrepreneurship and Learning Differences with Cameron Herold

“Throughout his career, Cameron Herold has been instrumental in the successful sale, branding and integration of a remarkable 500 business locations with three major companies.
He may be best known as a driving force behind 1-800-GOT-JUNK?’s spectacular growth from $2 Million to $106 Million in revenue in just six years. Yet, this dynamic leader has been a entrepreneurial innovator since launching his first company at the age of 21.”

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Nelson Lauver: Dyslexia and Narrative Intelligence

Nelson Lauver is a nationally syndicated radio broadcaster (150+ radio stations),a dyslexic, an award winning author , an entrepreneur, a story teller and foundation founder.

Nelson’s inspiring journey of triumph, from an emotionally and physically abused illiterate boyhood, to an actualized adulthood–as an poignant agent of change, has inspired thousands. Nelsons story is just as much an exploration on the many forms of intelligence as it is a study on the art of resilience.

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