Strengths of Dyslexia
People with all levels of intelligence can have dyslexia. There are many of the world’s great thinkers, entrepreneurs, celebrities, and billionaires that are dyslexic.
A vast range of possibilities and professions are open to people with dyslexia and with the right approach the challenges can become opportunities. The many advantages of successful dyslexics that can be helpful include the following:
Spatial reasoning: According to scientists at the University of East London, young dyslexics are excellent at remembering a virtual environment when compared to non-dyslexics. Therefore it is not uncommon for dyslexics to succeed in fields like engineering, industrial and graphic design, architecture, and construction.
Imaginative: It comes as no surprise to learn that artists, actors, and authors, who are dyslexic have a keen sense of curiosity and interest. In addition, they make great use of their imaginations and have a fantastic view of the world.
Out of the box thinkers: An advantage for many dyslexic people is their ability to think outside of the box. They come up with excellent, abstract ideas that are new and productive.
Successful dyslexics learn to look at problems from multiple angles and use their inherent strengths to succeed. Overcoming life’s challenges can lead people to be amazing towers of strength, empathy, and encouragement.