Dyslexics make for fine entrepreneurs

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Thirty-five percent of entrepreneurs surveyed in a new study self-identified as dyslectic. As it turns out, this common disability can be good for business:

dyslexics were more likely than nondyslexics to delegate authority, to excel in oral communication and problem solving and were twice as likely to own two or more businesses

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