Generalists know a little bit of something about everything. They are curious and use their vast references to combine ideas. Generalists make good cratediggers.
But when it comes to goal-setting, generalists tend to be depressed. They struggle to specify exactly what they want and instead opt for the abstract.
Meanwhile, specialists excel at doing one thing. They tend to be confident yet defined. They only know what they know right now and can only see something as it long it connects back to their area of expertise. This is why accountants are matter-of-fact thinkers and creators can’t justify formulas.
The reality is that one has to be both expert and liberal arts student. The world admires interesting people with just enough flair for a good conversation.
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