Here is an interesting thought exercise to engage in:
How exactly did NTs function in pre-historic societies. Let's imagine a neolithic culture (9000-5000 BC) in the Near East or Southern Europe that is semi-nomadic but settles into small villages during optimum climate conditions throughout the year and has some limited knowledge of raising crops and domesticating animals.
In these societies, the social configuration was often far more communal than anything most of us are accustomed to these days. Because of this, groupthink largely dictated how decisions were arrived at. People who came across and deviants, smartasses or weirdos were probably not tolerated too well. Did they keep quiet, do their duty and live a miserable humdrum life following all the clan customs to the letter or were these maybe the first people to become travelers and adventurers who would embark on epic journeys to other settled societies and subsequently become the first traders and merchants? Or were these NTs among the first charlatan prophets, seers and oracles who used their abilities to bamboozle the less intuitive into believing their wild stories of supernatural epic melodrama? (Maybe the latter group were the pre-historic NFs...who knows really)
Finally, let's ponder the life of the NT who likely was the one who first invented the wheel.