This book argues that specialization has been over-sold as a means to achieving mastery. It may even be harmful. Contrary to the often quoted “10,000 Hours Rule” (that it takes 10,000 hours of practice to master something), Epstein posits that we may develop better mastery by having “range” or breadth of experience and understanding.
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