Being a Specialist in a Generally More Generalized World

This is somewhat in response to “Range” by David Epstein. Did I like it? Well, I appreciated it. Epstein knows how to disseminate research in a sexy, sensationalist way that draws you in and can drown you in self-doubt if you don’t realize what’s really going on (maybe the second part was just something I experienced…let me know). But I think that’s excellent, and a craft in and of itself. Much like my title! I think so, at least. Anyway, when I read the book, I was faced with the reality that I am choosing a path where the actual entire point is to become a…

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Athletic trainer, coffee lover, looking for a hobby I don’t have time for. I write about fitness, mental health, being Asian-American, and personal growth.

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Athletic trainer, coffee lover, looking for a hobby I don’t have time for. I write about fitness, mental health, being Asian-American, and personal growth.

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