Replying to LO26359 --
I read your intro with great interest.
You started with a humble tone about English not your natural tongue.
But I find that you have articulated your thoughts and ideas very
well. (In comparision with me as English is also not my natural
You further wrote:
Today I am to a large extent a Jack of all trades but a master of
none.Recently a friend asked me what type of job I will apply for
should I decide to leave the family business? I could only reply:
"Well I think I will really struggle to find a job. Not a lot of job
descriptions implyemploying a Jack of all trades but a master of none!
Jack of all trades may imply a Systems Thinker attribute, but the
delimma sometime is that there is no anchor on ground to start things
off. Maybe searching for a profund direction in one's own life may
help, and / or maybe not seeing a search for job, but a search for
mission may also help.
Just to share some of my thoughts.
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