As an individual with ADHD an attentive type one of my biggest challenges is getting my ideas of thoughts from my head and onto paper or the computer screen. The minute I go to do that it seems like all my thoughts and ideas get all jumbled up. I often say that my fingers just […]
Rudolph, a Shining Example of Neurodiversity Growing up, one of my favourite childhood Christmas movies was Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (Larry Roemer, 1964). I loved it so much I bought the box set in my early 20’s. I couldn’t identify why I was drawn to this movie until I was diagnosed with ADHD Inattentive […]
Fresh off my national Startup Canada Award Fresh off my national Startup Canada Award, November turned out to be one of my busiest months. Two speaking engagements and a handful of interview requests kept me busier than usual. December won’t let up and I wouldn’t have it any other way. Last week […]
Startup Canada Awards
I raised enough money through my GoFundMe profile to attend the Startup Canada Awards on October 19th, 2017 in Ottawa, Ontario. I was nominated for the National Startup Canada Resilient Entrepreneur Award. Awarded to an entrepreneur with a visible or non-visible disability who has impacted Canadian entrepreneurship through exemplary activities and leadership of their companies.
Thank you to everyone who generously donated money, I hope it was worth the investment. I am extremely fortunate to have such amazing people around me who believe in who I am and what I offer the world.
And, the winner is…
Trailblazing2017 with Dr. Temple Grandin I’ve known for a year that I would meet Dr. Temple Grandin at Trailblazing2017. Like a kid waiting for Christmas to arrive, it seemed like forever and a day. But, the time passed. And, during this time a lot of amazing opportunities presented themselves. One in particular, is the […]
Invest in yourself and others will too! Today was an important day for Don’t dis-my-ability. I drove 5 hours each way to do a live 5 minute interview on CTV Morning Live which is broadcast on the East Coast of Canada. I’ve been interviewed on podcasts, featured in online magazines and local talk shows […]
Check out this video update! Hi everyone I just wanted to make a quick video to say thank you for all of your support without you there would be no me. I really appreciate you subscribing to my emails and following me on social media and sharing everything that I put out it really means […]
Temple Grandin – #JobCreatorsRadio I founded Don’t dis-my-ability in 2014 and in just a few years I’ve come a long way. From being a relative unknown to interviewing someone that I have admired for a long time, Dr. Temple Grandin. Tune into #JobCreatorsRadio on September 4th, 2017 at 11 am (EST) to catch the live […]
I am excited to introduce a new celebrity brand ambassador!
I would like to introduce you to Eileen Grubba cialis generique – my latest brand ambassador. Eileen is an Actor, you may recognize her from her roles on Son’s of Anarchy, Criminal Minds, Monk, Bones just to name a few.
Eileen started following me on Twitter a few months ago and now she rocks my brand!
Click here to check out Eileen’s bio: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0344190/
My friend, Gene Fowler of Loogaroo Animation and Games once said:
“Rock what you do and people will find you!“
This quote stuck with me and I am living proof that Gene is right. Frustrated with the lack of local support I had to find innovative ways to reach a broader audience. In the last year, my profile has started to turn heads and garner positive attention internationally.
I always try to think of low risk, maximum reward longshots. Why not? With little to lose and so much to gain, I have been able to achieve the unimaginable. I rock what I do and as a result, people find me.
Persistence Pays Off Through Sponsorships! Last week I found out that I wasn’t one of the fifty entrepreneurs chosen by StartupEast for the East Coast Caravan to attend Startupfest in Montreal and gave up on going. That was, until I received an email informing me that my application for a demo booth was chosen. Hundreds […]