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Becoming a Deep Generalist

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December 11, 2014
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Becoming a Deep Generalist

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December 11, 2014
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  1. Becoming a  deep generalist

  2. How I Became
 a Know-it-all

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  5. What kind of  person are you?

  6. The four temperaments

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  9. Type A

  10. INFJ

  11. They say there are 10 types of people...

  12. T

  13. T skill empathy

  14. U skill empathy

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  16. 1994

  17. 1999

  18. 2005

  19. 2006

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  21. 2009

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  23. 2011

  24. 2014

  25. technical architect project manager director of technology developer blogger writer

    speaker business owner freelancer prototyper team lead teacher organizer designer design lead product manager front-end lead
  26. Luck is ... ...what happens when preparedness meets opportunity.

  27. Any time I became “known” for something, I changed.

  28. Empathy through experience

  29. Y O U

  30. “Don’t grow up  to be a specialist.” — Jonathan

    Rosenberg, SVP of Products at Google
  31. Diversity is your best defence against myopia. — Jonathan Rosenberg,

    SVP of Products at Google
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  33. Thank you. On twitter @snookca On the web at snook.ca