Research by Julie Logan at City University London shows that around one-third of successful innovators/entrepreneurs have been dyslexic.
Being dyslexic becomes the desired difficulty termed, a difficulty that prompts and prepares them to succeed.
Many successful dyslexic people like George Barnard Shaw, Richard Branson attribute their successful journeys to their dyslexia as it helped them in adapting very well to the uncertain environment.
What is your desired difficulty?
The problems of the present may become the desired difficulty of tomorrow. Every weakness and every failure can become a desired difficulty.
My failure to understand ‘directions’ has turned into a desired difficulty.
First, it keeps me alert. Second, it helps me explore things. Third, it gives me a chance to laugh at myself.