Recently I've been diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome and it made me feel that I'm better in some specific things than other people. The point is that the ways to advertise myself which come to my head sound not too advertising. Let's take this sentence: "If you give me clear instructions, I will be your most precise employee". I think it can be true with quite high probability. But the point is that I have a feeling that this sentence says along the lines something like "I can't work without instructions" (which is true but I don't want to bring it up xD). My first question is: is my hunch correct? The argument would be that if I could work without instructions, I would just say "I will be your most precise employee, full stop".
My second question is: how to advertise strenghts of Asperger's syndrome when looking for a job? I'm a data analyst. These advantages are for example: ability to not get distracted with things outside of a plan, ability to find motivation more easily, honesty. The problem which I can see is that these advantages work only under certain conditions (the plan must exist, the activity to find motivation must be mental, the companionship must not be intimidating).