Dyslexia: A lifetime in Reverse

Amateur Diagnosis It wasn’t until the sixth grade that someone accurately diagnosed the condition. My french teacher, nevertheless, asked me to read the letters of a word out loud en français. Upon completing the request she asked me to perform it a second time, as I had incorrectly recited one of the characters. Again, I fail […]


Eye on Innovation

Eye on Innovation It does not happen by itself. It does not just appear out of thin air. Nor does it come without experimentation or sacrifice. Innovation is an idea, backed with the belief that there is a better way.  It is a process of trial and error, a question that must be answered either through purity […]