Mark has struggled with dyslexia all his life. It was never diagnosed until he was in college. He endured quite a bit of abuse from his teachers over the years. He constantly persevered and it took him a long time for him to find his niche as a surgical assistant. His talents and gifts were in areas of life where he could touch and feel things. He is a natural kinesthetic learner where the education system is oriented to visual and auditory learning. In my interview with Gisela Hoffman and Dave Smith, they talk about the protocols they have developed to help rewire the brain and cure dyslexia. These same protocols are excellent for autistic children as well. Through talent and perseverance Mark achieved a black belt in karate and was a two-time national champion. He has been working as a surgical assistant for twenty years.