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The Power of Being a Generalist

When we focus only on the superstars, we lose sight of the people who tie all the superstars together

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WWhen I was a teenager, I thought I wasn’t good at anything. I was, in my own eyes, mediocre at everything, never the standout or the superstar. As I have navigated my career, I have come to realize that being a generalist, being good at a…




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Alicia Cressall

Alicia Cressall

A designer writing about design and maybe some other things. Senior Growth Designer at Parabol

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