Dyslexia’s Competitive Edge

Dyslexia's Competitive EdgeAvailable at AmazonBarnes & Noble.com, and Book People including international distribution. 


“Dyslexia’s Competitive Edge can give parents and dyslexic students hope.”  Tom Pryor, President of ICMS

“Brilliant idea! One of the best resources for dyslexic entrepreneurs, business owners, and professionals I’ve ever come by.”  Gary Smith, Founder & CEO of Brainbook Ltd. and Creator of the Dyslexia Toolbox

“Tiffany Sunday is on point for talent acquisition and careers.” Andres Traslavina, Executive Global Recruiter for Whole Foods Inc. 

“Tiffany, I wanted to say thank you.  I feel better about our son’s future.” Parent of a dyslexic teen 

“I shared it with my daughter. I think some of the language and ideas will help her in her job as a consultant.  That book really speaks to that subject well, I thought. And as I read it, I felt that it was on target for describing dyslexics and the struggles they face.” Parent of an adult dyslexic professional 

“Tiffany’s book is full of strategies and insight, but most important she showcases the value of dyslexia and how it is a competitive advantage.” Skip Howard, Managing Director of Dallas Partners, Entrepreneur, and Inventor

What’s Inside Dyslexia’s Competitive Edge? 

As an avid reader, I still like print books so I can flip through the pages and before I purchase it.  I have listed the Table of Contents from the book.  I wrote this book for one reason – to create a book and resource I wish was available earlier in my career.

I wished I had known that dyslexia is an invaluable asset and a competitive edge. Every day I use strategies and creative workarounds I developed as a dyslexic student with no accommodations.

My goal was to create a book you could place on your desk, or somewhere in your home or office and read sections as needed. In the back of the book is an extensive resource section with recommended blogs, videos, websites, links, and organizations.

I also included two sections on the less discussed aspects of dyslexia such as when our word retrieval system misfires or how tacky comments about our intelligence can still hurt.

Sample of the Table of Contents

Why Dyslexics Make Great Entrepreneurs

From Failure, the Layers of Resiliency Are Added

The Power of the Dyslexic Pivot

Passion is a Prerequisite

Dream Big or Go Home!

Trust Your Gut Intuition

Build a Team of People You Trust

The Importance of a Good Mentor or Coach

Leadership is about People and Building Good Relationships

Our Ability to Delegate is a Competitive Edge

Do Not Sell Yourself Short and Never, Ever Settle!