"Being good at something doesn’t promise rewards. It doesn’t even promise a compliment. What’s rewarded in the world is scarcity, so what matters is what you can do that other people are bad at." – Morgan Housel
This quote overvalues scarcity and undervalues utility.
Doing a useless thing well that other people are bad at is not a good strategy.
Most people are bad at most skilled work, so you just need to get skilled in one thing useful to be better than most other people.
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