• Learn to drive your dyslexic mind
  • Build inner self-confidence
  • Create the life you want
  • Take control of your business or career

Does this sound like you?

You Constantly Overthink Things

You are tired of running down rabbit holes, not understanding why it happens or what to do a bout it. It's causing issues in your work, life & relationships. You find yourself being easy on others but hard on yourself.

Time & Priorities Are So Tiring

Trying to put things in order makes you feel stupid. Forgetting simple things, spending hours on something you're interested in while neglecting what you have been 'told' you should be doing.

You Lack Self Confidence

Your self-confidence seems so strong in parts of your life but non-existent in others. You feel like you are treading water and have no idea how to build it - everything you have tried just has not worked.

You don't have to feel this way.

Philip was having the same problems until now...

"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 - Australia

My Story

I was diagnosed at 10 years old with dyslexia and for 20+ years of my life did not truly understand the impact of Dyslexia on the way I lived my life. 21 years later ADHD came into my life.


Neurodiversity has been with me a long time.


I was always searching for something but never quite found it. I was always aiming to reach my so called 'potential' but falling short.


Since opening myself up to how my brain really works - I have been able to accept it, reset it and find some peace on this journey called life.


Creating better relationships, a strong career in business and my health is continuing to improve.


My passion is helping others learn to see the amazing abilities inside themselves. It's my flow state and passion.


You too can become a High Performing Dyslexic.

I get that asking for help can be hard.

But it is also one of the first and most important lessons to become high performing. Think Who Not How.

Have a question? stephen@rightsiders.org