Subject: Good example of "average joe" with dyslexia
No he's not famous, he's not an actor, or an athlete, and he hasn't won a nobel prize, but I think that what makes this story special, heartwarming encouraging and uplifting. The fact that this is a regular guy who was able to endure challenges through his childhood education and was willing to go back to get the help he needed and now has now created his own success story. Anyone else agree?
Here's a link to a guy who pursued help through adult education and has risen through the ranks to achieve the position and is now operationals manager at the national level: