Richard Branson admits he didn’t know the difference between the terms ‘net profit’ and ‘gross profit, but he knew himself well enough to align with an accountant who did.
Dyslexia, the condition that hindered his accounting skills, helped him think creatively and simplify creative projects. He turned his talents into strengths to create many businesses.
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Featured Article: Richard Branson didn’t understand the difference between 2 business terms for years
by Marilyn Haigh , CNBC