Discover Your Uniqueness by Flaunting Your Weakness by David Rendall
Episode #61 | July 17, 2020
In this episode, David gives several examples of how what you perceive as a weakness in one scenario can be considered a strength in another one. On the surface, I know how it can seem counterintuitive, but let’s talk about dyslexia. A recent study showed that 50% of Britain’s billionaires are dyslexic, and 35% of US entrepreneurs are dyslexic, even though only 10% of both populations are dyslexic.
It’s not that their brains are broken, it’s that their brains simply work differently. This theme of changing your perspective can have a profound impact on your organizations and you individually.
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