Life of Pi Life of Poo
Since we were very young we were told that we needed to be more independent if we were ever going to make it in life, right? Wrong! For those of us with ADHD or Autism Spectrum challenges our best chance of reaching our fullest potential lies in learning how to form strategic partnerships with other […]
My husband and I have been partners in marriage and in business for over 35 years. We have collected a lot of memories together over those years and because we are both photographers and filmmakers, we have recorded many of those moments. I’ve been sifting through our analog archive of photographic prints and “chromes” lately […]
The only way to level the playing field for the Cubs is to bring in a goat To read about the goat, go here.
Nearly 90% of adults on the autism spectrum are either unemployed or underemployed. The approach to solving this problem has historically focused on job training and educating the business community. One exciting and very viable alternative that is frequently overlooked is self-employment. Listen as Brian interviews Mark L. Olsen. Mark is the single father of […]
When scientists talked about a vacuum in space, I pictured something kind of different… like maybe a Dyson
When I was a kid, my year would begin and end around the school calendar – essentially September to June. Summertime was a delightful escape from the rituals of academia with lots of time to sleep late and do other things – or simply just do nothing. I’ve been out of school a long time, […]
How often have you asked a question of someone with ADHD or an autism spectrum condition only to hear, “I don’t know” over and over again. Wouldn’t you just love to get a straight answer for once? The good news is there are reasons why your questions are going unanswered. Listen as Brian explains step by […]