What we do

Living in a world that mainly caters to one type of person can be frustrating when you see and interpret everything differently.

Being dyslexic can be very vexing when you have to adapt to a world that is designed for a majority of non-dyslexic people.

We want to change how people view dyslexia, how dyslexic’s view themselves and how organisations can adapt to help dyslexic people excel in the workplace.

Our target audience

New School Leavers

Entering the workforce.

University Students

Wanting to secure the job of their dreams.


Wanting to excel in their career and grow as a leader.


Who want to utilize their strengths to excel in business.


Who want to utilise dyslexic thinking to stand out or change recruitment methods and practices to be more diverse and inclusive for dyslexic people.

At part of our goal is to help dyslexic people believe in themselves to achieve greatness in their careers and businesses and help them to use their strengths to excel in whatever they put their minds to.

Problems dyslexic professionals sometimes face

  • Difficulty standing out on resumes when applying for positions, and recruitment processes for most organisations are sometimes impossible to pass.

  • Certain processes like writing emails or getting thoughts down on paper can be difficult.

  • Not sure on how to showcase strengths to stand out.

At we are about helping the next generation of dyslexic leaders and entrepreneurs to become rock stars in their chosen career.

With access to a range of new technologies and different methods, dyslexic people can excel with the correct support and guidance.

We are here to help and with our online face-to-face coaching system, we can work with dyslexic people all over the world.

The ones who are crazy enough to think that they can change the world, are the ones who do.
— Steve Jobs, Apple Computers.


The number 1 most alternative Consulting and Recruitment Company helping dyslexic professionals reach greatness through dyslexic thinking.


Help dyslexic people see the power of dyslexia, by utilizing their strengths to stand out as professionals.

Company Values