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Ruth henry-ovid

As a dyspraxic, dyslexic and unofficial autistic woman I find ways to better improve my life and others who make a choice to improve their lives as well. Certified inbound marketer, coach and public speaker. Founder of @tryxavietime and @celebratedhub an avid fan of all things that help people and businesses grow!

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How I Use CoSchedule & How You Can Use It For Free For 2 Weeks

By Ruth henry-ovid / August 16, 2016

Quick Navigation What is CoSchedule?How Does CoSchedule Work?CoSchedule Drag-And-Drop CalendarCoSchedule Social QueueCoSchedule Is Great For All ContentCoSchedule Helps With HeadlinesHow Do I Personally Use CoSchedule?How To Use CoSchedule To Improve Your Traffic Today There are so many social media platforms, it can become overwhelming managing the ones that matter. When it comes to social media, […]

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Your dyspraxic network could make or break you

By Ruth henry-ovid / July 18, 2016

What is the dsypraxic network? A dyspraxic network comprises of people in your life that help you to be the best version of you. When people have a network that encourages them to strive for more they tend to always excel. Therefore a dyspraxic network is pivotal, for success.  If you search dyspraxia on facebook you will […]

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Glitch – Storytelling Project #2

By Ruth henry-ovid / July 15, 2016

In my true dyspraxic style I  wasn’t really sure where to start with this project so I procrastinated, until the last minute. So much so that I wrote and practised my speech 3 hours before the meeting 🙁   The mindmap: I find mindmapping with trigger phrases more helpful then one words, but that is […]

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5 Ways Pokémon Go Can Help Dyspraxics With Social Interaction

By Ruth henry-ovid / July 14, 2016

As a person who has a rollercoaster ride with my dyspraxia, I find my issues with small talk, as I can’t stand it…I know it is useful but I find it very awkward. But this Pokémon Go has taken my enthusiasm for small talk and articulation with family members and new people to another level. […]

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4 Ways To Overcome Commuting Sensory Overload

By Ruth henry-ovid / July 12, 2016

Dyspraxic commuting is necessary. But with the way the transport system can be simple things like getting on a packed tracked to get to  work can be challenging and drain us due to the dyspraxia before we even start work. With dyspraxia your senses have to deal with different people’s stuff, when I say stuff, […]

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What is Growth Engineering?

By Ruth henry-ovid / July 6, 2016

A couple of years ago I went through a really tough time. I separated from my husband, was made homeless and realised I had dyslexia and dyspraxia and that my son had Autism. I experienced blame, shame and a bout of depression that would have definitely consumed me if I didn’t have faith that it […]

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