I watched the Netflix documentary "The Creative Brain" and was fascinated by Nathan Myrhvold, who excels at anything he does.
Myrhbold looks less like a genius and more like a paunchy Boomer grandpa. But I'm a paunchy Boomer myself. So much for stereotypes, eh?
I loved Myrhbold's thought, which I've paraphrased: "The world rewards specialization. The problem is that specialization becomes narrower and narrower until you know everything about nothing."