I Support Entrepreneurs with Dyslexia & ADHD to grow themselves & their businesses!

You know you have what it takes.... but something keeps getting in the way...

Many business owners with ADHD or Dyslexia Feel:

They make the same mistakes

It's like you are going around in circles. You know you have what it takes but you can't get that 'potential' you are told you have out. It's like it's trapped and it is getting super frustrating.

They're uncertain of the future

Overwhelm can find you running around in circles holding things together with tape. You take 3 steps forward and then 2 back. It's draining and has you looking for a job.

They can't see whats wrong

Many spend hours listening to podcasts & audio books but not really getting much action. They blame themselves but are usually just too close to the problem and need an outside perspective.

You don't have to feel this way.

"Working with Stephen has changed my life - I have become clearer in who I am, what I want and accepting that I can have those things - My Dyslexia does not have to stand in the way. I see now that the way I have been using my mind can change and It is like a weight has been lifted off my shoulders - Thank You Stephen!"

Phil Agius - Canberra, Australia

"As a business owner for many years, I kept tying myself in knots, I knew I was stressed & overwhelmed. It lead to working more hours than I needed. Working with Stephen has given me a path to the other-side - It's like he is guiding me where I have been wanting to be for years. He understands ADHD and that makes a massive difference"

Colin Kennedy - Auckland, NZ

My Story

I was diagnosed at 10 years old with dyslexia and for 20+ years of my life did know what that mean't. At 31 I gained my ADHD diagnosis (sounds like scout badges right).

Having been in business for over 14 years in one facet or another, I had had some wins & a-lot of losses. I was an amazing generalist and passionate about what I believed.

But I kept hitting the same pot holes.

  • Budgets & Cashflows that were never looked at again.

  • Weeks where I wondered if I achieved anything.

  • Having a great idea get some traction then getting lost and starting the next thing.

  • Trying to do too much myself and not letting others really help me.

  • Missing the problem the work I did solved, which lead to lost opportunities.

    The list goes on....

Ready to let someone help?

Small hinges swing big doors. If you have a good business - let's make it really great together.