Being a YouTuber with Asperger’s | Not a Podcast Ep. 6

Being a YouTuber with Asperger’s | Not a Podcast Ep. 6

Discussing how being on the spectrum affects running a YouTube channel, and how having Asperger syndrome presents strengths and challenges to content creation.

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Table of Contents:
0:00 – Gerald Complains about Noise
1:00 – Is Gerald on the Spectrum?
1:35 – Josh’s Sensory Annoyances
2:23 – Gerald’s Experience with Asperger’s
4:06 – Sensory Overload
5:14 – Social Challenges
6:02 – Productivity Advantages
7:25 – But at a Cost…
8:20 – Gerald Ranting about Noise Again
8:42 – Autism as an Evolutionary Next Step?!
10:15 – Josh as a New Parent
11:06 – Gerald’s Evolution TED Talk
12:44 – Josh Contemplates Mortality
13:51 – Asperger’s CONFIRMED!

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