Post # 1
I have been realizing lately that I am really, truly, a Jack of All Trades. I get bored very easily, so I like learning new things and experiencing many.
What about you?
I am interested in this topic and how it may relate to your career choice/ fulfillment in your career.
Post # 4
My job requires me to be a jack of all trades. I can’t say I have really mastered anything.
Post # 5
@Linz1231: Me too! /me either. I hope that is a good thing.
I’ve just got careers on the brain, but I really am a jack of all trades…
@kaylee26: Okay. This is making me feel better 🙂
Post # 6
@cbee: I think it is a good thing. Makes you good at multi-tasking for sure, I would think, career wise, that would be a good thing. There are so few careers that only need you to be AWESOME at ONE thing.
Post # 7
I like to be a master of one thing, but that’s mostly because I am one of those people who is just not good at anything, lol. So, when I come accross something I display any aptitude for, I like to throw myself into being as good as I can be at it.
To illustrate how terrible I am at almost everything I try, the above has happened with exactly 4 things in my 25 years of existence 🙁 But I’ve made my peace with it, lol
Post # 8
I’m a JOAT, but only because I’m too mediocre to master anything!
Post # 9
Jill of all trades. I don’t have the dedication to master anything and there are just so many interesting things. I’ll start something and then be like “Oh.. wow! I’ve always wanted to learn how to _______.”
So many many things I have tried and never mastered. *eyes her knitting*
Post # 10
Jack of all trades, master of none.
Post # 11
Jack of many trades! I love learning how/about new things. But I don’t consider myself of “all trades” because I rather be good at the many trades than mediocre at all of the trades…if that mankes any sense.
Post # 12
@RayRayFurious: Yeah, I like that spin on it.