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Book review - how to fail at everything and still win big - scott adams

The story of Scott Adams, creator of Dilbert, where he explains how to combine three skills you are just good at’ into an area of expertise, your expertise.

An easy read; useful for generalist” trying to figure out what their expertise is.

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If you are in the process of figuring out what you want to do: I’ve always found useful to write, as a process to think. If you are new to the process of writing for creating and thinking, I would suggest The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron.


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