“Why Specializing Early Doesn't Always Mean Career Success | David Epstein”
Podcast: TED Talks Daily | Length: 14 minutes
In brief: We often hear success stories about people who specialized in their field early—for instance, Tiger Woods has been into golf since his toddler years. And while that early (and even lifelong) focus can produce exceptional results, it's not the only way to find success. In fact, as this episode explains, sometimes it can even be better to specialize later, after a period of experimentation and dabbling. Whatever your path has looked like, this episode provides fodder for thought and conversation, and it affirms that there's really no one-size-fits-all formula for success.
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