This week on the Dyslexia Explored, we explore the story of Nigel Lockett. Nigel, only recently, disclosed to the public his dyslexia. He was already a successful businessman turned professor at Entrepreneurship and Head of the Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship at the University of Strathclyde before he officially “came out”. We’ll discuss why he was reluctant to share his dyslexia to his peers and coworkers before and what made him go public with his dyslexia. He is now raising awareness of dyslexia with his blog “The Dyslexic Professor”, which is now very popular to the dyslexia community. Listen to his dyslexia story now.
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