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Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World by David Epstein: Relatively quick read that helps to validate a premise that I strongly connect with. Not without it’s faults, no argument is, this book offers a perspective on both generalists and specialists and what type of work and environments they may be best suited for. I’m not certain the depth of the research backing this book is adequately conveyed through its pages, so further reading into the academic side of the foundational arguments might be needed.

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