Perceived by Others

People with low simple attention may be perceived as easily distracted, scattered and forgetful. They have difficulty paying attention to their surroundings and miss important details or forget things that were said or shown to them. Others may become frustrated with their tendency to lose focus during conversations or tasks or switch between tasks frequently without completing them. In academic or work settings, they may struggle to complete tasks on time or follow through on commitments; errors or oversights can occur due to their lack of attention to detail.

However, not being constrained by a rigid focus can increase their open-mindedness and ability to make connections between seemingly unrelated ideas, thereby potentially enhancing their creativity and innovative solutions.

Overall, their low simple attention may be seen as a liability in situations where focus and attention to detail are important; however, their potential strengths in creativity and exploration can also be valuable in some situations.