Let’s aim to reach our potential – and to help other people do the same!

Making the most of your strengths

Climbing Ayers Rock

Photo courtesy loop_oh,  Creative Commons

 

Well, we’re well into January, and probably have more idea about our plans for the year ahead now.

How can we manage those challenges that we’re bound to come up against?  How can we work with other people to help them to achieve their potential?

The first thing we need to do is to get some assessment of our strengths.   Do  you know what you’re good at?  More importantly, do other people know what you’re good at?   This knowledge will help you with things that are more of a struggle.

Next, we need to take a good look at  the things we find harder, and work on strategies that will help.  We might need to find relevant resources, or get support from other people.   Once we have done that, we don’t need to avoid challenges, if this is keeping us back.

And that’s the philosophy behind our approach at DysGuise when we assess people, of all ages, for dyslexia, dyscalculia, dyspraxia and dysgraphia.

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