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Dyslexia My Life:

One Man's Story of His Life With a Learning Disability.

By Sam Sagmiller

(DT Publishing, Revised Edition, 2005)

This story will inspire people everywhere. In Dyslexia - My Life, He talks candidly about his struggles and the negative perception people held about him while growing up. He shares the story of how he rose up out of the shadows of being told he was mentally incapable of functioning in school, to receiving an a Master's Degree in Business Administration. He shares with the reader not only the deep personal pain of his life, but also his creative techniques and the skills he personally used in overcoming this disability and learning to live successfully

as a dyslexic.

Dyslexia: My Life One Man's Story of his Life with a Learning Disability

An Autobiography By DML

As reviewed by Ellen Tanner Marsh, a New York Times best-selling author


What does it mean to grow up with a disability that no one seems to understand? It meant grappling with shame and fear and his father's stony disapproval. Dyslexia, a neurological learning disability where individuals experience problems recognizing words (the letters are often transposed) so that reading is difficult, if not impossible. More often than not, dyslexics are erroneously considered slow or stupid.


With honesty and grace, he tells the story of his own battle with dyslexia and the many challenges he had to overcome. Growing up in the 1960s, he faced uncaring teachers and worried, angry parents who didn't know any better in dealing with an affliction that we now know affects one in five children. But he never gave up, persevering against considerable odds to attend college, get a job and find his niche.


This extraordinary memoir tells his courageous story and also provides helpful tips for managing dyslexia and ultimately succeeding in life. Overcoming a disability doesn't mean curing it, but as he writes, "other strengths will grow."


This is an important book for anyone struggling with dyslexia, for teachers of dyslexic students and for families with a dyslexic loved one. The message here is clear: even dyslexics can flourish in school and in everyday life and succeed in careers of choice.


He not only overcame his disability, he triumphed. And here, in this wise and inspiring book, he shows an insightful path for others to triumph as well.



His autobiography tells his story and shows how he over came dyslexia. Through speaking engagements and the Internet alone, We have sold over 15,000 copies of his self-published autobiography in just one year. Not one unhappy customer yet.

Almost 10% to 30% of the total population in the United States are dyslexic.

Has travels internationally as a consultant for a worldwide organization speaking about learning and moonlights as a professional model for companies such as Levi Jeans and Anheuser-Busch Inc. He also offers classes through Universities, and contributes to other community services. He servers as board member for Kansas/Western Missouri Branch of Internal Dyslexia Association and President of the board and co-founder for The Gifted Learning Project both (501(3)c) organization.

DYSLEXIA MY LIFE - one man's story of his life with a learning disability. In elementary school he was diagnosed as mentally retarded by his teacher and school administrators, who recommended that his family institutionalize him. In reality he suffered from dyslexia, which can affect speech, reading, time perception, and can slow learning in some subjects. In his book, DYSLEXIA MY LIFE, His discusses his struggles to overcome the ignorance and prejudice of his friends, family and society in general, to succeed in school (getting his MBA), business and life.

The book DYSLEXIA MY LIFE has fairly large-size print and is packed full of emotion, drama, helpful tips, surprise and inspiration. It is told in the matter-of-fact tone of someone who has lived through quite extraordinary events without realizing they are anything out of ordinary. Besides being an engaging personal story, the book provides quite an education regarding the profound effects of dyslexia on a persons educational, social and emotional experiences...

Visit Internet sites at: dyslexiamylife.org or e-mail Us with your personal message, question, or book order: theglp@theglp.org

How the book, DYSLEXIA MY LIFE is rates....

  • Rated #1 out of 426 dyslexic Autobiographic books on Amazon.com,
  • Rated #1 best selling self-published book on the topic of Dyslexia,
  • Rated #4 out of 426 for Average Customer Review on Amazon.com,
  • Rated #20 out of 426 for best selling on book on dyslexia on Amazon.com
  • Amazon rates this book out of 5 stars!


Book Title: DYSLEXIA MY LIFE - One man's story of his life with a learning disability.

Type: Autobiography

Author: DML

Edition: Third, Paperback

Pages: 132

cip/lc: 95-083487

Price: $8.95

ISBN: 096430871-1

Publication date: 3/15/2000

Size: vertical=8.25 horizontal=5.5 depth=0.40

Photo inside: yes 4 pages.

Book cover color: bronze

Web Site: dyslexiamylife.org

Publisher:

  • The Gifted Learning Project,
  • 10E 135TH ST #481551,
  • Kansas City, MO
  • 64148-1551

. 816-200-0457

Additional statistics:

DML -- Phone 816-200-0457

The Gifted Learning Project,10E 135TH ST #481551, Kansas City, MO 64148-1551

Education: BS - Mayville State University

MBA - Baker University

- www.scribesworld.com/reviews - 5 stars

- Other Reviews....

From: Midwest Book Review, web site: www.midwestbookreview.com

Date: November 2002

Dyslexia My Life: One Man's Story Of His Life With A Learning Disability

DML

The Gifted Learning Project, 10E 135TH ST #481551, Kansas City, MO 64148-1551

ISBN 0964308711, Mass Market Paperback, 132 pages, $8.95

"As many as 15% of Americans may be dyslexic, yet this learning disability continues isolate and frustrate those who struggle with it. Consequently, He shares his personal experiences in Dyslexia My Life in an effort to overcome the ignorance and prejudice of friends, family and society. He shares not only his history, but also his creative coping skills that allowed him to go on to succeed in life, including earning an MBA in business. He was diagnosed as mentally retarded in elementary school. He describes in heart rendering terms the night a parent-teacher conference changed the lives of his family forever. Although his teaches recommended institutionalization, His mother refused to comply. His mother's tears and his father's rejections still haunt his memory. Later a more accurate diagnoses was made of dyslexia, which affects speech, reading, time perception, and can slow learning ins some subjects. As a dyslexic myself, I found His account fascinating and I confess to learning a lot about myself while reading his narrative. I had never understood the two types of dyslexia, and how to discern between them. In addition, I couldn't help but chuckle in sympathy while reading his difficulty with standardized tests. I could easily empathize with the blows to the self-esteem as well as the feelings of stupidity and ineptitude. Moreover, with a Master's degree in English, I am also encouraged to find someone else who did reach his dreams despite the challenges meted out by this learning disability. A must read for those with dyslexia as well as parents, educators and others touched by this learning disability. Dyslexia My Life comes very highly recommended."

Four easy ways to Own the book, Dyslexia My Life.

1. Amazon.com, Click Here

2. Check or money orders, Click Here. Order Now, Pay later (USA Only) - Not comfortable sending money to someone over the Internet, then just email (theglp@theglp.org) or mail (The Gifted Learning Project,10E 135TH ST #481551, Kansas City, MO 64148-1551) the order form, and pay for your items after you receive them.

3. Visa, AX or Master Card Click Here

4. Check your local bookstores or Library. Distributed by Book Surge, Web Site: http://www.booksurge.com/author.php3?accountID=IMPR00680

Book Surge Phone: 1-866-308-6235 Ext. 20. ISBN 096430871-1

Amazon rates this book out of 5 stars!

Latest Book Review

Also Available on Tape. See tape.html for details.


Also - The book Dyslexia My Life is now on Cassette Tape. See tape.html for details. * ALL NEW - Artwork, Packaging, Production and Digitally re-mastered by an Emmy Award winning studio and production company, for the highest possible quality and sound. (5/28/02)

Dyslexia My Life:

One Man's Story of His Life With a Learning Disability.

By Sam Sagmiller

(DT Publishing, Revised Edition, 2005)

This story will inspire people everywhere. In Dyslexia - My Life, He talks candidly about his struggles and the negative perception people held about him while growing up. He shares the story of how he rose up out of the shadows of being told he was mentally incapable of functioning in school, to receiving an a Master's Degree in Business Administration. He shares with the reader not only the deep personal pain of his life, but also his creative techniques and the skills he personally used in overcoming this disability and learning to live successfully

as a dyslexic.

Dyslexia: My Life One Man's Story of his Life with a Learning Disability

An Autobiography By DML

As reviewed by Ellen Tanner Marsh, a New York Times best-selling author


What does it mean to grow up with a disability that no one seems to understand? It meant grappling with shame and fear and his father's stony disapproval. Dyslexia, a neurological learning disability where individuals experience problems recognizing words (the letters are often transposed) so that reading is difficult, if not impossible. More often than not, dyslexics are erroneously considered slow or stupid.


With honesty and grace, he tells the story of his own battle with dyslexia and the many challenges he had to overcome. Growing up in the 1960s, he faced uncaring teachers and worried, angry parents who didn't know any better in dealing with an affliction that we now know affects one in five children. But he never gave up, persevering against considerable odds to attend college, get a job and find his niche.


This extraordinary memoir tells his courageous story and also provides helpful tips for managing dyslexia and ultimately succeeding in life. Overcoming a disability doesn't mean curing it, but as he writes, "other strengths will grow."


This is an important book for anyone struggling with dyslexia, for teachers of dyslexic students and for families with a dyslexic loved one. The message here is clear: even dyslexics can flourish in school and in everyday life and succeed in careers of choice.


He not only overcame his disability, he triumphed. And here, in this wise and inspiring book, he shows an insightful path for others to triumph as well.



His autobiography tells his story and shows how he over came dyslexia. Through speaking engagements and the Internet alone, We have sold over 15,000 copies of his self-published autobiography in just one year. Not one unhappy customer yet.

Almost 10% to 30% of the total population in the United States are dyslexic.

Has travels internationally as a consultant for a worldwide organization speaking about learning and moonlights as a professional model for companies such as Levi Jeans and Anheuser-Busch Inc. He also offers classes through Universities, and contributes to other community services. He servers as board member for Kansas/Western Missouri Branch of Internal Dyslexia Association and President of the board and co-founder for The Gifted Learning Project both (501(3)c) organization.

DYSLEXIA MY LIFE - one man's story of his life with a learning disability. In elementary school he was diagnosed as mentally retarded by his teacher and school administrators, who recommended that his family institutionalize him. In reality he suffered from dyslexia, which can affect speech, reading, time perception, and can slow learning in some subjects. In his book, DYSLEXIA MY LIFE, His discusses his struggles to overcome the ignorance and prejudice of his friends, family and society in general, to succeed in school (getting his MBA), business and life.

The book DYSLEXIA MY LIFE has fairly large-size print and is packed full of emotion, drama, helpful tips, surprise and inspiration. It is told in the matter-of-fact tone of someone who has lived through quite extraordinary events without realizing they are anything out of ordinary. Besides being an engaging personal story, the book provides quite an education regarding the profound effects of dyslexia on a persons educational, social and emotional experiences...

Visit Internet sites at: dyslexiamylife.org or e-mail Us with your personal message, question, or book order: theglp@theglp.org

How the book, DYSLEXIA MY LIFE is rates....

  • Rated #1 out of 426 dyslexic Autobiographic books on Amazon.com,
  • Rated #1 best selling self-published book on the topic of Dyslexia,
  • Rated #4 out of 426 for Average Customer Review on Amazon.com,
  • Rated #20 out of 426 for best selling on book on dyslexia on Amazon.com
  • Amazon rates this book out of 5 stars!


Book Title: DYSLEXIA MY LIFE - One man's story of his life with a learning disability.

Type: Autobiography

Author: DML

Edition: Third, Paperback

Pages: 132

cip/lc: 95-083487

Price: $8.95

ISBN: 096430871-1

Publication date: 3/15/2000

Size: vertical=8.25 horizontal=5.5 depth=0.40

Photo inside: yes 4 pages.

Book cover color: bronze

Web Site: dyslexiamylife.org

Publisher:

  • The Gifted Learning Project,
  • 10E 135TH ST #481551,
  • Kansas City, MO
  • 64148-1551

. 816-200-0457

Additional statistics:

DML -- Phone 816-200-0457

The Gifted Learning Project,10E 135TH ST #481551, Kansas City, MO 64148-1551

Education: BS - Mayville State University

MBA - Baker University

- www.scribesworld.com/reviews - 5 stars

- Other Reviews....

From: Midwest Book Review, web site: www.midwestbookreview.com

Date: November 2002

Dyslexia My Life: One Man's Story Of His Life With A Learning Disability

DML

The Gifted Learning Project, 10E 135TH ST #481551, Kansas City, MO 64148-1551

ISBN 0964308711, Mass Market Paperback, 132 pages, $8.95

"As many as 15% of Americans may be dyslexic, yet this learning disability continues isolate and frustrate those who struggle with it. Consequently, He shares his personal experiences in Dyslexia My Life in an effort to overcome the ignorance and prejudice of friends, family and society. He shares not only his history, but also his creative coping skills that allowed him to go on to succeed in life, including earning an MBA in business. He was diagnosed as mentally retarded in elementary school. He describes in heart rendering terms the night a parent-teacher conference changed the lives of his family forever. Although his teaches recommended institutionalization, His mother refused to comply. His mother's tears and his father's rejections still haunt his memory. Later a more accurate diagnoses was made of dyslexia, which affects speech, reading, time perception, and can slow learning ins some subjects. As a dyslexic myself, I found His account fascinating and I confess to learning a lot about myself while reading his narrative. I had never understood the two types of dyslexia, and how to discern between them. In addition, I couldn't help but chuckle in sympathy while reading his difficulty with standardized tests. I could easily empathize with the blows to the self-esteem as well as the feelings of stupidity and ineptitude. Moreover, with a Master's degree in English, I am also encouraged to find someone else who did reach his dreams despite the challenges meted out by this learning disability. A must read for those with dyslexia as well as parents, educators and others touched by this learning disability. Dyslexia My Life comes very highly recommended."