Autistic Traits and Historical Game-Changers

I was talking to a history professor about the people who changed the cores of history. We identified several core traits: one — no respect for the status quo; two — creative problem solvers; three — a need to go against what most people are doing; and four — persistence. If you look at these ideas with regards to what got me diagnosed autistic you get: one — trouble making friends and creating small talk; two — sensory and reasoning races as well as a detail-oriented mind; three gives you social eccentricity; and finally four gives you the prevention and narrow focus.