Should I be a Generalist or Specialist?

Is it better to be a generalist or a specialist? I started thinking about this question after seeing Dave Epstein’s new book, Range, mentioned many times in the past week within the productivity and intellectual corner of Twitterverse. From what I saw, the book is making a case for generalists in this era of specialists.…

“x year sucked, next year will be better”

[caption id="attachment_165" align="alignnone" width="758"] “ready for next year”[/caption] Saw this tweet the other day. Somehow it stuck with me and I started thinking about it randomly in the shower. Thought it’d be interesting to list some of the things that popped into my mind: Selection bias. Obviously this Twitter account configured the search to look…