We are restless, not just because we are bored, but because we want to do big things, and we can’t seem to devote enough time to be as laser focused on anything for several years as society demands from us. Source: The excruciating pain of being a neo-generalist | Kiko Suarez, PhD | Pulse | […]
The story of my life (courtesy The Neo-Generalist, p. 237): When you derive energy from the acquisition of knowledge and combinatory play, too much time spent doing the same thing can have an entropic effect. If your objective is to effect transformations, once that has been achieved it is the moment to move on to […]
I finished Richard Martin and Kenneth Mikkelson’s new book, The Neo-Generalist, this morning. Where to start talking about this incredible book? I think I’ll start at the back, with the 17 page bibliography.
But how does one value such a ‘flash’ in a world that measures success in terms of quantity rather than quality? Source: The Neo-Generalist, and why we should all have ‘one’
“…a lack of mastery creates work and costs time. Mastery may never be attained, but the journey, its pursuit, is something we should all attempt.” Source: Mastery refrain | IndaloGenesis