book/Range by David Epstein

  • Being a generalist is better than being a specialist because experiences overlap and inform one another.
  • Playing one sport from a young age does not guarantee that a child will be the best at that. On the contrary, children succeed in sports through the trial of many activities.
  • Learning slowly at first will help in the long run of retention. #spaced repetition
  • Angela Lee DuckworthAngela Lee Duckworth
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    ’s grit is not the only way of measuring the likelihood of success.
  • I should be very interdisciplinary and learn about language, theology, computer science, and more!