Key Facts or Insights from "Range - How Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World"
- The 'Tiger Woods' model of early specialization is not the only route to success. In fact, those who diversify their experiences and skills can often outperform those who specialize early.
- Generalists are more adaptable and innovative. Their broad knowledge base allows them to draw from different fields and create novel solutions to problems.
- Learning broadly and slowly in the early stages can lead to better performance in the long run. This is contrary to the popular belief that fast and focused learning is superior.