Episode 8 – The Wildboy

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The Codpast Episode 8 – The Wildboy

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If captured early Dyslexia can be nurtured and the full potential of that Dyslexic can be fulfilled. If not the frustration and misunderstanding can manifest itself into something a bit more sinister. There is a large population of Dyslexics in the prison system and this seamed to be the path Brando Yelavich was going down, until a series of events forced him to make a pact with himself, “change my life and give myself opportunities, in a way that school can’t”. This resulted in one hell of a journey.

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Pics and show notes.


This is the video that first made me realise how crazy Brando's challenge actually was.
The Lighthouse where Brando ended his epic journey.

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During his trip Brando raised $32,000 for the Ronald McDonald House Charity.

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To find out more about Brando’s epic journey and what he’s up to now, follow him on Facebook or take a look at his website.


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4 thoughts on “Episode 8 – The Wildboy

  1. Colleen says:

    We want Brando to speak to our dyslexic kids! WOW! What an inspiration to others

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Stacey says:

    what an inspiring story!! From a family of 3 dyslexics this was an amazing Codpast. Brando should think about speaking to dyslexic kids. He would be such an inspiration. Thank you!

    Liked by 1 person

  3. thecodpast says:

    Thanks for your feedback guys. I’m really glad you are enjoying the shows. Just out of interest would you mind letting know how you became aware of The Codpast?

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