Unique thinkers and problem solvers – and some true geniuses – that excel in entrepreneurship, architecture, science & engineering and the arts.
Dyslexic Super Powers
It’s not uncommon to hear people say that dyslexics have superpowers. Many are creative, big picture thinkers and tops-down problem solvers, with visual-spatial strengths. Some rise to the very top of their field in entrepreneurship, architecture, science & engineering and the arts.
- Big Picture Thinking
- Top-down problem solving
- Visual-spatial strengths
Of entrepreneurs are dyslexic
Of self-made millionaires are dyslexic
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How did this happen?
Think about it: You’re a dyslexic kid that has trouble reading, among other things, and school is hard. But, someone in your life is helping you counter the barrage of negative messages you get every day at school from your friends and teachers, and that you tell yourself. You develop grit and learn self-reliance from pushing through your limitations. You learn your unique strengths and realize you’re really good at certain things. Your natural strengths, your unique creative problem solving plus the resilience you learned from your struggles adds up to become your superpower.