Could your dyslexic child be a future millionaire? The next Steve Jobs, inventor of the I-pad and I-phone. Maybe they will be a famous musician like John Lennon from the Beatles. Or a self-made business man like Richard Branson. What all these famous people have in common is that they are all highly talented and that they are all dyslexic.
Dyslexic children are more likely to grow-up to become self-made millionaire. Yet growing-up with dyslexia is hard and a dyslexic child may struggle to learn. They need motivating and inspiring. Given the self-belief, that if they keep going, keep working hard, they can do great things. Showing them strong, famous, dyslexic role models can do this.
Superpower People Card
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Hard Working - Dyslexic child find it harder to learn, they have to work so much harder than other children to keep up. This means they are hard working, used to failing and resilient. All the skills needed to be successful in a workplace or when building a business. Remind the child about this next time they are struggling in class.
Dyslexic Thinking - On the jobs web-site "Linked-in", dyslexic thinking is now listed as a job skill. Some digital, technology, scientific companies look to employ dyslexic people. Because they come-up with creative ideas, that other people may not have. Talk about this with the child, tell them that could have bright future working for these companies.
Role Models - Showing dyslexic children strong role models. Who have struggled to overcome life's challenges to achieve great things. Is a good way to show them that dyslexic does not need to hold them back in life, that they too can be successful. See a list of "Famous Dyslexic People", for more examples.