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Apathy, that’s what Cindy’s daughter feared the most—the feeling of getting too comfortable to care about seeking any further growth. When Cindy learned this, she determined she also feared apathy. And so she went back to college, became a certified Barton tutor, and began her own tutoring business. But even with that success, Cindy pushed herself again to fight against apathy by creating a learning software for her students. A software that would help students with dyslexia find the fun and support they needed to learn. Listen as Cindy shares how she began her business: Trisensory Software. 

Quote: “You don’t have to have everything perfect when you start into something. You don’t have to wait for all the lights to turn green, just that one light. Take those steps. Learn as you go.” 


Trisensory Software:

Cindy’s Barton Website:

Connect with Cindy on LinkedIn: [email protected].