Dyslexia and the Power of Visual Thinking – Thoughts of The Dyslexic Entrepreneur

Many teachers recognise the value of visual talents in fields like arts, photography, graphic design, and filmmaking. However, few realise that these skills are also crucial for groundbreaking work in science, engineering, medicine, and mathematics—fields not typically seen as visual. This oversight means that highly talented visual thinkers may be overlooked in areas where they could excel and innovate.

It’s time to shift our perspective on dyslexia. Instead of viewing it as a disability, we should celebrate its strengths. Dyslexics often struggle with reading and writing, skills we’ve designed ourselves, but they excel in ways that can transform our world.

Thoughts of The Dyslexic Entrepreneur, Jamie Waller

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