Seeing dyslexia as a 'gift,' rather than disability

Vancouver business wunderkind Glenn Bailey heads a diverse group of businesses, each one enjoying double-digit growth. The 45-year-old founder of Canadian Springs and owner of Wa-2, Liberty, Bailey Development and others, Bailey sees a niche where others see a barrier.

"I walk through the house before it's built," he explains.

He has the gift, man. The gift of dyslexia.