If you are a generalist, I have a better label for you

I have always been curious, active, enterprising and busy. I don’t know how to be bored and my curiosity has lead me down new paths of discovery.
The three main problems resulting from this were:

  • Dispersion: superficially engaging in many activities and never becoming exceptional at anything
  • Starting and then not…

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Engaged entrepreneur, lover of life, pathological optimist, committed to making us all better humans

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