Is It Time To Invest Overseas…?

I didn’t read a book until I was 19.

It’s true.

It’s not that I didn’t want to read it’s just that the way my brain was designed, it made reading a very very very effort-based event.

So, by the end of the first page I was exhausted and I had to take a break.

So, what did I do in school?

I’d borrow the Cliff Notes on the book, skim those and then dictate to my mom my book report. And if there was a test I’d do badly and probably get a C.

Why am I talking about this?

Because it turns out a dyslexic brain is really good at seeing things differently.

A short list of well-known people with dyslexia:

Albert Einstein (didn’t talk until he was 4)
Pablo Picasso
Richard Branson
Steven Spielberg
Muhammed Ali
Hans Christian Andersen
Thomas Edison

Basically, what happened to me is I turned my “disability” into a feature. A feature that allows people to see in ways, and make decisions in ways they couldn’t before. All so they can get the best guidance for their money.

Let me show you how this feature has kept people out of a “great sector” for seven straight years.

You can get access to my weekend podcast right here.

In Your Corner,

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