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[PREMIUM] ENTREPRENEURS – What Worked for Us

  In research from the London School of Economics and City University London, successful dyslexic entrepreneurs were interviewed about their workplace strategies, challenges, and strengths. We’re grateful to Nicola Martin and Julie Logan for sharing their work. POSITIVE STRATEGIES: – Create a positive environment for your business – Delegate admin and clerical – proofreading and […]
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From There to Here with Richard Branson

 

Many people know that Richard Branson has talked about dyslexia being an advantage. He struggled in school, almost failing out at age 13. He was very near-sighted and someone only thought to suggest he get his eyes tested after a few terms not seeing the board. He was beaten once or twice a week […]

Dyslexic Entrepreneur’s Advice for the Road [Premium]

Dyslexia, Thomas Watson Jr, and IBM

“While my father was achieving phenomenal success at IBM, I barely made it through high school. It took me three schools and six years before I finally graduated at 19.… He knew I was drifting, but never gave up.”
– Thomas Watson Jr, President of IBM, President Medal of Freedom Winner, US Ambassador to the […]

Young Dyslexic Entrepreneur Donates to Dyslexia After Huge Success

Kudos to amazing young dyslexic entrepreneur Max Ash who came up with an idea of sports-themed cups and bowls that could be created with the help of a 3D printer when he was just 8 years old. By the time he was the grand old age of 11 years, he had already won a Babson […]