Sitting in that primary school classroom, I looked out the window and started to daydream (again), I dreamed of what I would do, who I would become, the world for me then was so full of wonder and curiosity.
From an early age I was both a dreamer and a helper, and knew I was different, school learning seemed tricky somehow, despite those extra remedial classes. I later found out that I was dyslexic, even now I need help with my written work, later on I realised I also had ADHD.
Being neurodivergent means your brain is wired differently, it affects all of my life, my memory, how I process things, how I see the world and my energy. It's also given me great gifts and over time I worked out how to unlock my brain and potential.
So here I am, that kid who had remedial lessons, has dyslexia, and is a proud neurodivergent and now an author!! (I did chapter 10)
The IWOW Inspirational Women in Business book is a collection of stories to lift you up and inspire you. All the proceeds of the book will go towards creating a women's collaborative in the Atlas Mountains, Morocco, supporting them with business and sustainability for them and their families.