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Dyslexia, Empathy, Wildlife – Ben Kilham and His Black Bears

“While my dyslexia prevented me from getting higher degrees, my sensitivity to emotion, extreme attention to detail capacity (which I long considered a drawback) to think in pictures rather than words have proven immensely useful in studying and understand the behavior of animals.”  – Ben Kilham, one of the world’s authorities on black bears

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Dyslexia and Success as a Serial Entrepreneur – Janis Mitchell

How do they do it?  Successful serial entrepreneurs are entrepreneurs that start and lead multiple successful businesses. They start up companies, sell them, and keep repeating the cycle. The diversity of their businesses can be mind-boggling but successful serial entrepreneur traits show a not surprising overlap with many dyslexic adult traits.

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Lee Kwan Yew – Legendary Founder of Singapore – His Dyslexia and Vision

The world says goodbye to Lee Kwan Yew, the founding father and first prime minister of Singapore who transformed that ing island outpost into one of the wealthiest and least corrupt countries in Asia. Those who know something about multi-talented families with dyslexia won’t be surprised to know that his neurologist daughter was the […]

Dyslexic Geochemist and Father of Global Warming Dr. Wally Broecker

” I was not a reader. I was dyslexic and I still am…I didn’t know it at the time. All I knew is I could never read out loud. That was always a disaster because I’d miss too many words, make too many mistakes. And the more nervous you get the worse you are.” […]