Alison Garwood Jones

November 4, 2011

“Specialization is the enemy of innovation.”

Rei Inamoto


Afterword: Sure, it may bring you more success and attention (think: Harold the Jewellery Buyer, or Hurt-in-a-Car, Call William Mattar, 444-4444), but it typecasts you for life. Once you start making good money from your specialty, there’s no escaping it. You’re trapped.

Think about it …


2 responses to “”

  1. Jonathan Menon says:

    Luckily, I kicked the expanding salary out of my house, in order to go and do what I really needed to be doing, before it snapped the cuffs on me. :-)

    I think it was the same for you, too, wasn't it?

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