Leddy Glenn

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Common Questions

1. How do you usually work with clients?

I work with clients so they can become more knowledgable about themselves, and how they can use their strengths to reach their goals. This is done by talking with me and working on learning tasks at home.

2. What can I expect from the call?

I guide my clients on the process of self-acceptance, understanding their disabilities, and self-love. I assist in building on their innate strengths and their unique self, to love who they are, build more confidence and resilience to concentrate on their lives. Overall, I will give my clients the tools to reach their professional and personal goals. With a stronger sense of self, equipped with a better understanding of their knowledge and abilities, they will be able to meet the goals and have a clearer path to their dreams.

3. Who is Leddy Glenn?

Throughout my life, I was told by others that I was not smart enough to achieve my goals and that I should settle for less. I came to believe them, but not anymore.

I started my journey young as a student with a disability. My teacher noticed I learned differently, I was diagnosed with dyslexia. I had a dream of going to college, but a teacher said I would not be successful, and to pursue other careers.

I battled my way through college. I had to work twice as hard as everyone else. When I would talk to my professors about needed support I was called “one of those kids.” Learning was a challenge and exhausting. I realized it was easier to say nothing. I didn’t feel I had a voice.

I started my professional career. My self-esteem told me I was a fraud and I would lose it all if anyone found out about my dyslexia. I looked like someone with good self-esteem, but I felt like someone who was not enough.

Throughout my career, I learned to foster relationships, to find the positives in everyone, and build them up. I kept my dyslexia a secret, I was afraid I would lose credibility.

I realized I needed to stop hating myself. I have unique views and I bring a different perspective to problem-solving. I made the conscious decision to stop hiding and to embrace all of me.

With my educational and professional background, I have honed my skills to connect with individuals and to help people with dyslexia find their passions, strengths, and courage to become the leaders they know they can be. I feel honored to go on this journey of discovery with others so they can reach professional goals and live the life of their dreams.

Leddy Glenn holds a Master’s of Arts in Speech Communication from University of Central Missouri. She also holds a Master’s of Arts in Teaching and Learning from Avila University. She has been facilitating individual and group exploration of abilities for over 20 years.

Some People I’ve Worked With


“I have worked with Leddy for over a year. She has helped me set short and long-term goals. I have been able to process concerns I have professionally and how to move forward. I appreciate the care she has and how she helps me come to my own solutions. She helps me reframe my negative thoughts when I feel anxious, this helps me see the positive outcomes. I am thankful for the support and the lessons I have learned while working with Leddy.”

Lashon Jones

“Leddy has helped me with prioritizing my life goals. She has taught me skills for organization, communicating with others, and how to set goals. I now know my strengths and how to apply them in a way that I did know how to do before.”

Ayleigh Williams

Spooner, BSc, MSc-MAPPCP

“It was an absolute joy working with Leddy. She encouraged me to see a different perspective and opened my eyes to new ways of taking action. Coaching with her left me feeling energized, excited, and motivated to reach my goals. She’s so easy to talk to and was great at creating a safe space for me to express myself! I would definitely recommend it!”