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“It didn’t matter that I wasn’t good on the balance sheet.”

Mr Branson isn’t the only successful person with dyslexia. According to a study, 40 percent of self-made millionaires are dyslexic.

Mr Branson added: “What I’ve realised over the years is that being a dyslexic thinker is something that we should all be blessed with.

“When parents are told their son or daughter are dyslexic, they should rejoice, they should tell them they are going to have a little bit of a difficult time.

Source: Daily Express

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