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Hi, Georg Fasching here helping you unlock your team’s genius. I would like to welcome you to the next video in the neurodiversity series. In this
The general description that we could use for people that are covered in this pattern, in this neurotype, is that they could end up being somewhat easily distractible. Some people might also describe them as being perhaps obsessively social. Another descriptor might be that people of the NT neurotype could be flushed with emotion on an almost regular basis.
Another aspect that comes to mind is that there is a somewhat societal propensity to
Having said that, every neurotype has some support aspects that might be useful to bear in mind, and has also some strengths that can really be brought to the table by people of different neurotypes. So when it comes to the NT neurotype, you could see that they’d have a somewhat higher cognitive flexibility. So having ability to switch from task to task more easily.
They also have the strength that they have a rather intuitive ability to navigate social situations, which is rather grand. Also, people of this NT neurotype tend to have
So NT stands for neurologically typical. And PNT stands for pervasive neurotype. So neither of those Ns stands for normal, which is something that is worth bearing in mind. Normality or normal is just an illusory social construct that we have come up with in order to satisfy our need for belonging to a societal group. And therefore when we think about the
As the perhaps more prevalent or more pervasive neurotype, I look forward to sharing other neurotypes with you in the neurodiversity series in an upcoming video. Thank you very much for today. All the best for your
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