Great article! Add to your list of people with learning differences, Charles Schwab, Nelson Rockefeller, and Fred Epstein, MD.
Fred Epstein, as a pediatric neurosurgeon, went where no man had gone before. He would operate on the brain stem. If he had believed what he learned in school, that he was not very smart, then many children would have died.
This man with learning disabilities, Dr. Fred Epstein, pioneered difficult brain surgery on kids. Over 2,500 children lived who would have died from "inoperable" brain or spinal tumors.