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The Life of a Generalist - Harder to measure, no proven track, peak later, less money on average.

Hi Sebastian,

First of all I'd just like to say that your blog is awesome. Your posts always seem to be able to deal with a lot of relevant issues in my life and I always look forward to your next post.

I just wanted to know if you were planning to delve further into the field of being a generalist. I myself am an aspiring generalist. In fact the reason I subscribed to your blog was because of your post "What separates a generalist and a dabbler?". The insight that you gave pertaining to shipping was pure gold; ever since then I've set myself more to doing things and get things things done rather than just thinking about things and planning for it (sometimes planning to make plans).

It would be really great if you could post more personal insights that you may have on being a generalist. Your advice on shipping was spot on and I was wondering that you may just be on the right track when dealing with the generalist field.

Sincerely, D

When I Die

On Tynan

Many years ago I decided that when I died I would become cryogenically frozen when I died.

Of course, that decision carried no weight - the procedure costs more than one hundred thousand dollars, money which I didn't have to set aside.

A couple months ago I walked into Style's living room. Mystery was there.

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