I was interviewed yesterday for a book — a book on entrepreneurship. While there is nothing unusual about that, this book was different: it is a book about dyslexic entrepreneurs that Nicola James is writing.
I am not sure at what age I realised that I had mild dyslexia but I do remember spending most of my childhood feeling separate from the other kids and embarrassed about my compleet inabillity two spel [sic].
During the interview I had a realisation about the connection between dyslexics and entrepreneurship. You see, a fair number of highly successful entrepreneurs — including Richard Branson and Bill Gates, Nicola tells me — are dyslexic. I suspect that the reasons for this are: Read More