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The Case for Being a Multi-Hyphenate

Throughout history, and today, the most successful people are good at more than just one thing

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One of the most intriguing things about the ancient world is just how much range people had.

Aristotle was more than a professional philosopher. He was politically active (traveling and advising Alexander the Great). He…




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