Another meetup, on the comfy learther sofas in the upstairs of the pub at the back.
With the added incentive of, if i havent written up the brain dumps of the coping strategy that members have told me over the last few months then i have to buy all the drinks (I dont mean every single strategy, just alot of them).
Being dyslexic can mean both challenges and opportunities when establishing and maintaining a successful career.
In a study conducted by Professor Logan from Cass Business School it was "found that dyslexic people display better skills in oral communication and problem-solving. They are also likely to be better at managing staff, having developed delegation skills in order to cope with their conditions." (http://bit.ly/mU4HAC)
It is also noted "People with dyslexia start their own businesses so they can control the environment around them, do what they're good at and bring in other people to compensate for what they're not good at."
Join us if you would like to meet other people who are dyslexic entrepreneurs or professionals and come along to one of our meet ups to exchange experiences, offer ideas and build links for the future.