Temple of Wisdom

Temple Grandin

As more individuals are identified as having autism spectrum traits, bestselling author and speaker Temple Grandin says the meeting and event industry has roles perfect for them.

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2 thoughts on “Temple of Wisdom

  1. I just finished reading this book and will probably read it at least 3 more times so that I can wrap my brain around the “science part.” I loved that everything Grandin and Richard Panek wrote about distilled down to their insistence that it’s time to turn the language around – to start focusing on the strengths of individuals who have Asperger’s.

    Your article was a clear summary of some of the main points.

  2. being born in he late 40’s too and never really knowing why I was so good at some things in life and so disconneced in some other ways, I totally get the explanations and conclusions Temple Grandin expresses. I have some talents with “details” which earned me a good living and compliments from people who would generally not recognize me at all, in any way. I have always said my hero in life is Helen Keller”keep your face to the sunshine and you cannot see the shadows.” I’m 64 now and I gotta add one more person , Temple Grandin. Thanks for being there.

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