When I was growing up and going to school in England, my teachers thought I was hopeless. Looking back on my results and my behavior, I can’t blame them. I was dyslexic and had ADD. I didn’t fit in with the mainstream styles of schooling. My teachers told me I had a list of problems, like being impulsive, a day dreamer, immature, easily frustrated. I realized after leaving school and becoming an entrepreneur, starting a creative business, that outside of schooling, my “problems” were super powers. I certainly would never have gotten Plastered off the ground if I hadn’t been impulsive, easily frustrated and certainly immature. It was whilst day dreaming that the idea to start Plastered came to me.