Growing up with dyslexia, Scott found school life difficult, struggling to “achieve” what others could and felt like he wasn’t understood or supported.
He became used to “failure”.
But Scott managed to turn this into his entrepreneurial superpower, which he credits as helping him to build his business from kitchen table to a market leader in just 5 years.
He went from “used to failure” to “not afraid of failure.”
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