Gary Mulvey works on a technical support desk and just started his own podcast which launches on Monday 20th Feb !!
Gary is a down to earth guy who is super duper positive and doing something he really enjoys. He's focused on what he wants and is putting in the hard work to get it.
In this episode Gary talks about
-His School life
-Why he passed English and failed Science
-his biggest struggle with dyslexia
GARY'S SOCIAL LINKS
Gary Potter Mulvey
Artist | Student | Aspiring Entrepreneur
Tessa Tallakson is currently a student, artist and aspiring entrepreneur. When she's not revising for history exams she's putting in the work to share her beautiful artwork with the world. Tessa has some real talent and has continued to pursue her dream of being an artist despite not going to the art school she got accepted into. Tessa shares her story about how dyslexia has affected her.
Tessa was home schooled and her mum was realised that she learnt differently. Tessa's mum has done a great job as Tessa has got an incredible work ethic and put in the work and is doing extremely well in school.
This interview was so much fun to record and I hope you enjoy it.
samuel fragoza -
Singer Actor Author
Samuel Fragoza is a self employed, Singer, Actor, Author and many other things. Samuel and connected over social media and after speaking with him over email I had to get him on the podcast to share his amazing story.
Samuel was like Troy Bolton (high school musical) at school and was one of them popular kids. He was the best wrestler at school but wasn't so good with wrestling his books and getting the best grades. Samuel struggled to read and write but came up with some creative ways to get passed his struggles which he shares in this episode.
New way of thinking
Emily Israel the founder of Teble Games, who’s on a mission to inspire new way of thinking. Dyslexia has sometimes been a struggle in her life but she hasn’t let it stop her from achieving her goals. Emily dreams big and one of her biggest achievements was graduating from university.
Recommended by Emily
https://www.grammarly.com/ - Grammarly makes you a better writer
by finding and correcting up to 10 times more
mistakes than your word processor.
connect with emily
Student | Aspiring author
Matthieu Laing born and raised in France moved to Scotland to study and better himself. Matt wasn’t happy with getting average grades and wanted more out of education. His dad taught him English at home and his English became better than his French. He’s been attending boarding school in Scotland to get the support he needs to make sure he aces his exams. Matt has some real big ambitions and I’m excited to see what he achieves.
Robert Francis Müller
Director | Actor
I can't believe this episode number 15, time definitely flies by when you're having fun. I've been having so much fun with everyone on the show and just sharing their stories with you.
I want to know more about you, so don't be shy, just send me over an email and lets start chatting away.
Thanks for all love and support hope you enjoy this interview.
This was an amazing interview with Robert Francis Muller. In this interview he talks about
Founder of DysAdvantage | Motivator
Hi guys, thought I’d get personal with you and share my story with you.
In this episode I talk about
Innovation consultant | Entrepreneur
Hader talks about his struggles in school and how we went from dropping out of University to starting his company. Hader is loving what he's doing and now want to go back to university to study his passion.
How Dyslexia Support Entrepreneurship
Connect with Hader
Music credit in intro
Entrepreneur | Author
Annette Dolan shares her amazing story about what is it was like growing up in school with Dyslexia. She was forced to leave school at the age of 15 without any qualifications.
Annette had always had a talent for art, and after saving and scrimping she got the money together for a stained glass course. She became skilled enough at this to start getting paying commissions. Annette grew more confident and then took a big gamble - she moved to the West of England (where her family had moved to London from as a small child) and set up a studio in Bath. She had hardly any money, but she stuck with it. Her business grew, and grew, and now she is one of the most successful businesswomen in this part of Britain. Besides her original studio, Bath Aqua Glass (www.bathaquaglass.com) she has a glass blowing studio, and two other retail shops in central Bath and over 20 employees.