Variation on @Hanna_Brassheart:
- I am the master at one thing
- I am good at a lot of things
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headscratch For some reason the "masters at one thing" people tend to be more famous and respected in our world. It is rather odd, since being good at a lot of things is probably actually more useful and more secure in the long run - what if hula-hoop baton twirling with a giant monkey no longer has market value?
However, I should point out that my mind keeps wanting to hook all of my diverse talents and abilities together into one thing. Someone pointed out that business places could be individual self-expressions and used a "hair-salon juice bar" as an example - that's kind of my approach to life. Except I'm not sure what the perfect form would be of that either.