ering gifts. Wonderful thing.

The 1st time I heard about this, I think I stood up and cheered. He’s tapping into a resource that is untapped potential. He took the strengths and made it into an organisation that makes great use of these strengths. And instead of the aspergers or autistic worker being “the loner” or whatever label gets stuck on him/her, instead, its celebrated and embraced. I wish I was able to do that for people with differing gifts. Wonderful thing. “

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