Alexander Graham Bell
One of the founders of National Geographic Society and the inventor of the telephone. Alexander was diagnosed with dyslexia, had very poor grades at school and a general dislike of all subjects except science.
One of the greatest political leaders of the Twentieth century and Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. He had a problem with his speech and couldn’t communicate properly, which is ironic because he is well known for his powerful speeches.
He was a Senior Commander of the new tank corps during the First World War and is famous for leading the United States in World War II as an Army General. He had a reading deficiency all through his life and had to life by mostly memorizing his speeches and lectures.
Considered one of the best-known motion picture producers in the world, and holds a record for the most awards and most nominations given to a person. In his early years, he was considered “slow” and was even fired from multiple jobs for not being creative enough to have an impact.
Known for his theory of relativity and the formula and arguably the greatest physicist of all time. Albert Einstein changed the perception of our thoughts and the way we see the universe, which has continued to impact science and technology. He was considered retarded and tagged a failure in society.
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