I wasn’t going to respond, but…meh.

I appreciate your response, but you still dodged my criticism. Based on what you said, your article should be titled something along the lines of “observations of successful people”. Your title misleads people to think that you’re about to tell them how to be as well rounded as they’d like —how to be good at anything, even their weaknesses. And then you go ahead and tell people to stay away from their weaknesses (which I do agree with) and specialize at what they seem to already be good at. I know you’re smart enough to know exactly what I’m getting at. I know I’m nitpicking, but your need for recognition really bleeds into that title. I know that’s the whole point, to get recognition, but misleading titles rub me the wrong way.

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