John Chambers, the former CEO of Cisco Systems, has also struggled with dyslexia. But he did not let his learning disability come in the way of achieving success.
At Cisco, with perseverance, hard work, and a positive attitude, Chambers rose to the top from a computer salesman to a Chief Executive. His inspiring story is proof that no obstacle is too big to overcome.
#5: IKEA founder Ingvar Kamprad struggled with dyslexia
Ingvar Kamprad, who was the founder and former CEO of IKEA, a multinational retail company specializing in furniture, had also struggled with dyslexia. However, he overcame the disorder and managed to perform well in studies. Kamprad, who died in 2018, founded IKEA in 1943.