Reach The Goals You Actually Want Without The Stress, Self Doubt & Lack Of Confidence Even If You Have Never Done It Before!

I Help Those With Dyslexia And/Or ADHD Go Beyond Their Limitations.

Many dyslexics feel like this...

Constantly Overthink Things

Waking up in the middle of the night and your brain not turning off. Going down endless rabbit holes. Having a genius idea then forgetting to put the bins out.

Time & Priorities Are So Tiring

It's so tiring trying to fit into a box - a box that just does not feel right. It's like the advice you have been given has not taken how your mind works into account.

Confidence is lacking

Deep down many dyslexic's know they have great ability - but on the surface it does not show up as confidence. Just questioning every decision.

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 - Canberra, Australia

My Story

I was diagnosed at 10 years old with dyslexia and for 20+ years of my life did know what that mean't.


I found myself searching for solutions to the challenges that plauged me.


Until I learned what Dyslexia really mean't & was able to break free from the negative self talk, the lack of confidence and being a real 'asshole' to myself.


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


Now I have learned how to use my visual emotional mind to create a great relationship, find the money I was always hunting for, improve my health and just enjoy life with less anxiety and stress (that was always the worst thing).


If that sounds like you - Tell me a little about your story and apply for a free initial coaching conversation below.

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.