The Power Of Dyslexia about Famous Dyslexics


http://www.thepowerofdyslexia.com This video is about Dyslexia, Famous Dyslexics. The Power Of Dyslexia video is to create awareness of a educational and col…

25 Responses to “The Power Of Dyslexia about Famous Dyslexics”

  1. jamie genereux  on May 15th, 2013

    I like it

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  2. MegaMan123ABC  on May 15th, 2013

    Deviantart; meh! More like DeviantWords!; cuz members there judge teh way you write than the shear quality of your artworks.

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  3. MegaMan123ABC  on May 15th, 2013

    Why should I hate/blame myself, if these non-dyslexic ppl hate/blame me for not WANTING to understand my struggle with Maths&English.

    Buy look, i just drew your car in 5 minutes in pen by Freehand!

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  4. lophianne  on May 15th, 2013

    Everyone was born unique…
    Nothing is imperfect in Lord’s eyes…
    No one was born useless even dumd as you are worthy…

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  5. chambers023  on May 15th, 2013

    My godfather helped me learn to read. He has many degrees and one of them is English. He has an entrepreneurial spirit, so giving up is not in his vocabulary. With his help I was the only one to graduate highschool and go to college. Don’t despair or give up.

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  6. chambers023  on May 15th, 2013

    I almost quit school in the tenth grade. I remember my head on the desk and crying when I got my report card. The teacher asked me if I was okay and I cried harder. I told him what was wrong and he just said not everyone is meant to graduate. I felt such despair. I thought oh my god I will never be more than I am today. Such a vivid memory. I wanted to get out of my little city and go to college. I didn’t want my way out to be marriage because I couldn’t read. I called my godparents.

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  7. Yetziro Venni  on May 15th, 2013

    everything of this video is what I am. Everyday I was going to the elementary school was a torture. Running and in music class always I was the best. Now I deal so hard with mathematics and physics as a University student and I suffer a lot of because of I cannot stay still. Sometimes I close my eyes and dream some amazing symetric figures (fractals) made of very high level mathematics or physics fenomena. And I´m not able to get neither 7 of 10 in maths or physics. I´m frustrated.

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  8. Anthony McMahon  on May 15th, 2013

    How i manage my deslexia,i do things in small steps.This will give you the courage to move to the next step.2 most deslexia people are visual learners verbal information has little meaning.If you don’t understand something have someone show uou .more free tips at [mental training & improving life skills. onutube

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  9. SGT Benton  on May 15th, 2013

    Good for you welshbabe…well done

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  10. SGT Benton  on May 15th, 2013

    I’m 40 and I was recently diagnosed with Dyslexia…….I found this film helpful and inspiring…thanks for posting….

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  11. Powerpuff Carro  on May 15th, 2013

    21 pepole are jealous

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  12. TheSmintake  on May 15th, 2013

    I have been creating a website for young dyslexic people , i would like to link this video if it is permitted. it would help alot

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  13. Merta Bouy  on May 15th, 2013

    as a child I am diagnosed with Expressive Language Disorder, Dyscalculia and Dsylexia along with Aspergus syndrome. And I too am proud to say that I am a student at University in my final year studying a Bsc degree in Business Management. but as I always say ”drop by drop the bucket will fill”. learning disabilities are an ingenious way of living and solving the world’s problems.

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  14. Anthony McMahon  on May 15th, 2013

    Improving the lives of people with dyslexic difficulties .You will amazed to find that your minds eye holds the keys to paying attention and concentration.When students have a clear vision of the finished outcome they are motivated and empowered in their persuit of their goals.We have developed a simple method for parents to help their kids develop stress free life long study skills.For a short time parents can get this method free of charge at [mental training & improving life skills on youtube

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  15. messingertiger  on May 15th, 2013

    All schools that receive Title I aid must respond to a request for evaluation and accomodations. My daughter was turned down for 504. She has dysgraphia, severe astigmatism, progressive sensoneural hearing loss, an expressive language disorder and ADHD. She didn’t test bad enough in any 1 category to get services. I went to alll the reviews. Finally I said: “Anyone of them separately is limiting, but how would YOU like to deal with all of them at the same time.” Bingo.

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  16. achemhem  on May 15th, 2013

    Tom cruise a.k.a. top 5 movie stars of all time? Not to draw attention away from the point of the video but c’mon now haha

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  17. candycorn1001  on May 15th, 2013

    does anybody know what the second song which plays is called?

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  18. Anthony McMahon  on May 15th, 2013

    time don’t worry ,practice in 3 minute sesions and it will come believe me you must practice every other  day for 5 minutes so that it becomes lodged in your mind for good .This is just like learning to ride a bike lso to find your dominant eyethe more you practice you become a master .if you have any questions what so ever please email me at [ tonysmartvisionfocus@gmail.com ]there is more information at [mental training & improving life skills ] punch in take dominant eye test google

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  19. Anthony McMahon  on May 15th, 2013

    and the left side for left eye dominant people.Next place a coin on the ground and put glasses on now join booth hands and make a golf or a baseball swing increasing the speed as fast as you can for 3 minutes and stop did you experience a sencination in your head during the exercise if yes Congratulations,you have just experienced the mind-focusing techniques that will remove the obstacles that prevent you from achieving the success you want and deserve .If you did not get it first >more above.

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  20. Anthony McMahon  on May 15th, 2013

    Practical tips to improve the lives of those with dyslexic,as a life skills coach i have had real success with students getting and keeping their attention that were suffering with learning difficulties.This is an unorthodox method involving their dominant-eye is a more effective outcomes booth in sports and education .This is how i did it ,get a pair of sunglasses and cover the outside with black tape next cut out a 1/4 ‘inch square on the right linz for right eye dominant people ,>more on top

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  21. kesha4everable  on May 15th, 2013

    Can anyone tell me what the title of the second song is? Pleas

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  22. AwSooooEpic  on May 15th, 2013

    “Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere.” – Albert Einstein

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  23. mcgi4ms6  on May 15th, 2013

    I was ridiculed by a teacher at school for being bad at English in front of the rest of the class. To this day I cannot read or spell well at all. I achieved the highest first class masters degree in engineering at my university and have gone on to be successful in Oil and Gas. Get on that Mr. Gorman!

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  24. reekrezer41  on May 15th, 2013

    I was diagnosed with Dyslexia and Dysgraphia when I was in the 7th grade… I dislike school because I have trouble with reading. I can read a book fine but if u asked me questions i would not be able to give u an Answer. I do not know how to comprehend and my teachers won’t put me in a comprehension class at my school that’s for dyslexics

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  25. chocovul7  on May 15th, 2013

    I’ll cut it short: “It’s fun to do the impossible.”

    To me? Especially fun when the teachers are total twats!!!! This is all what I see on this video, famous folks diagnosed with Dyslexia that had disgusting (and disposable) teachers. Yet, here they are. Take notes kids, and it’ll be easier.

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