Ellen Busch: Overcoming the Educational Death Sentence of Dyslexia

The power of parental love and belief, and the precious gift of life via tissue and organ donation.
At a very young age, Ellen Busch was labeled dyslexic.  At the time, it was a death sentence in the educational system. 

With the unwavering support and love from her parents, she realized she's not broken and learned to thrive. 

We also talk about finding the courage to leave an abusive marriage, the transformation after attending Mark Divine's Navy SEAL Unbeatable Mind program, and the impact and gift of life demonstrated by her mom by being an organ donor, and her dad being a tissue donor.  

I also had the privilege of reading a powerful letter from the family member of the life saved. 
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