5 reasons why dyslexics make great communicators – 5
So why do dyslexics make such good communicators? Reason 5 of 5:
Dyslexics engage hearts and minds
The combination of being able to make sense of the bigger picture, simplify complex ideas, use their emotional intelligence and inspire people with their passion and curiosity means they are great at engaging hearts and minds. They know how to entertain, inspire, motivate and influence people.
Dav Pilkey, the creator of Captain Underpants, says his dyslexia and other learning abilities: “Helped me to write stories that were not boring. It helped me to choose my words very, very carefully.” His words (and pictures) have helped millions of children (dyslexic or not) love reading.
The world needs dyslexic thinking.
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