Epstine - Range
- “Instead, the strongest predictor of success was a specialist who repeatedly took their expertise in one core domain and applied it to a different domain”
- Filled with anecdotes
- The idea that ‘slow’ learning is what is valuable when it comes to developing foundational skills.
- The whole notion of ‘match quality’ as a counterpoint to ‘grit’.
- The idea that analogical thinking is powerful, and that it depends on a large-enough set of experiences and ideas to perform well. (This one is so interesting that I’m fairly certain I’ll write about it down the line).