National and International Colleagues Speak about Kevin and his Upcoming Book
“Kevin’s incredibly well-researched portrait of Oskar Schindler shows the powerful impact that a supposedly “disordered” person can have on this world. He makes a strong case that Oskar was a hunter, a person who thrived under the excitement of the chase and when regularly called upon to change direction at a moment’s notice. He struggled in school and business, but when lives were at stake, his epoch genius emerged. You will discover in these compelling pages a great deal about the Holocaust, and you will learn how to help your loved one change the world by finding and nurturing his or her true gifts. This book is changing the world.”
Thom Hartmann, author and nationally-syndicated radio host.
“I enjoyed working with Kevin Roberts on an hour broadcast on extreme digital usage. Kevin is an unquestionable specialist in the areas of ADHD, education and the gifts that come along with life’s challenges. He conducted several on-camera interviews where he was charismatic and informative. He speaks in concise sentences where he is able to deliver enthusiastic explanations of complicated issues in understandable ways. He also went to great lengths to identify families in crisis and help them feel comfortable about sharing their journeys on our program. Kevin is a fun person who knows his stuff, has a tremendous network of contacts and is an amazing secret weapon for a producer interested in taking their report to the next level.”
Eric Strauss, Producer, ABC News.
“Kevin’s brilliantly conceived book serves as a beacon to how people with ADHD can change themselves and transform the world.”
David Giwerc, Founder ADD Coach Academy
“The story of Oskar Schindler is well documented but never like this. Kevin Roberts has made a meticulously-researched and compelling case for Oskar Schindler having ADHD. At the same time, this groundbreaking book beautifully illustrates how ADHD manifests and impacts the lives of our children and young adults. Through the story and experiences of Oskar Schindler, parents will recognize their own little “Schindlers” and will have the tools to help them to become successful adults who are unafraid to stand up for themselves and others. Every parent and every teacher should read this book. It will change the way you think about ADHD, and about humanity. A real jewel!”
Andrea Bilbow, O.B.E., Founder of ADDISS, President of ADHD Europe.
“I have read this fascinating book in one breath. This story shows that somebody with a “special brain” who would nowadays have the label of ADHD (along with its negative associations) can perform brilliant things when challenged. Thanks to his “disorder” he saved many lives. A must read for everybody who knows somebody with ADHD, so almost all of us!”
Rob Pereira, M.D., Chairman ADHD Netherlands