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Reviewed by Roy T. James for Readers' Favorite
Jack of All Trades by The INSTANT-Series opens with an observation: The lifetime available to us is enough to master one skill, maybe one more. Therefore to become someone versatile, rather than wasting time on a single area, it is profitable to become a Jack of all trades, which is better for one's livelihood and self-confidence than to only have specialized knowledge in one area. This book offers a bunch of techniques to preserve memory, enable easy recall, choose appropriate topics, as well as finding resources to help learning, making becoming a 'Jack' child’s play.
Jack of All Trades by The INSTANT-Series acknowledges that, undeniably, one of the most rewarding things in life is to learn a new skill or feel accomplished in a particular subject. Also, it is dangerous to your livelihood and self-confidence to have specialized knowledge only in one area. This book, with the help of a good number of pointed suggestions, enables one to acquire a wide variety of skills, to be a multi-faceted talent. To truly be a human Swiss army knife, this book, by encouraging one to stop thinking in terms of money and start thinking in terms of experience, sharpens all one's faculties. Yes, you can absolutely spend nearly a decade of your life in learning a specific skill, whether it’s professional or otherwise, or follow these precepts to be ‘wanted’ anywhere. However, my experience with ‘Jacks’ is that, though they command an easy reception, the welcome rarely extends beyond the initial joy. This is a good book for those disposed to that joy.