Max Park, a 15-year-old with autism, has an exceptional talent for solving Rubik’s Cubes—so much so that he has competed in national and world competitions, and now holds multiple world records for his incredible speed. Max began “cubing” at a very young age as a therapeutic way to help him socialize with other kids and develop his fine motor skills. Early on, Max’s parents noticed that as he began competing, Max’s communication skills grew, as the shared interest helped Max feel comfortable initiating social interactions. Little did his parents know how exceptionally talented he would become as a speed cuber. Max’s plans to continue competing with the motto, ‘don’t think, just solve.’ Way to go, Max! To read more about his story in Guinness World Records, click here here!