A human being should be able to change a diaper, plan an invasion, butcher a hog, con a ship, design a building, write a sonnet, balance accounts, build a wall, set a bone, comfort the dying, take orders, give orders, cooperate, act alone, solve equations, analyse a new problem, pitch manure, program a computer, cook a tasty meal, fight efficiently, die gallantly. Specialization is for insects.
Your interests can not be categorized by a single topic.
Each time you learn something new, you expand your ability to connect with others...
...yet you find it difficult for others to truly connect with you.
Despite your 'indecisive nature,' your multidimensionality is your greatest strength.
Guess what... it's ours too!
The "discover your passion" narrative is outdated.
It implies that we are all born with A SINGLE interest, skill or experience that makes us unique.
But that's just not the reality.
The Human Experience is so vast, it would be a shame for you to embrace only a single aspect of it, and neglect everything else... all for the sake of societal expectations.
'Generalists' are the chain that link humanity's greatest achievements.
In fact, history illustrates that the most accomplished individuals have always embraced more than one segment of the Human Experience.
So, how does one pick up the mantle amidst the Age of Global Specialization?
It's up to us to pave that road.
It's up to the #dvdreamers to create a shared blueprint for themselves AND future generations.
Our tribe is only as strong as our numbers. By inviting others seeking to defy the status quo, you not only increase the efficiency of the blueprint we are working to create, you also get rewarded!
There's a reason why you feel like you're not living up to the entirety of your potential.
The guidelines for 'How To Live A Successful Life' that we have been given and blindly follow are desperately outdated.
From a young age, we are all inundated with the question "What do you want to be when you grow up?" And the answer is expected to help define our adulthood.
But what about someone like myself?
I am a man of fleeting passions. I want to contribute to the arts, and medicine, and entertainment, and the science of the mind and so much more. I want to learn several languages and envelop myself in cultures all around the world!
So... what defines what I want to be exactly?
What is the answer that will help me understand my next steps?
If the goal is to leave the Earth better off than we found it, why are we continuously encouraged to restrict ourselves to only impacting ONE aspect of the Human Experience?
The blueprint we have been given has expired.
You deserve more options for how you want to live your life. Future generations deserve more options for how they want to contribute to humanity.
Join the tribe. Share your story. Help us change the narrative!
Happy Learning ✌🏽📖