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    • Jack of all trades, master of none. Better than a master of one.
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    • I feel this so much I have a very easy time absorbing what is thought in class but I just feel like it just dont fit anywhere I'm not really good in any subject but i just pay attention in class but I'm still called smart for some reason I'm not. I wish I could find that something that I'm good at
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    • A person can be smart in different ways. A political scientist may be rather handy in the office, but swap his position with someone in agriculture and both would appear to be useless in their new environments
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    • Jack of all trades, master of none, but better than a master of one
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    • I’m “smart” in a sense that I know what school wants me to know, but it’s more so that I’m just curious about fancy history and culture stuff and people think I’m smart for it. I don’t really feel like I can do much, and I think people expect too much of me. It damages my self esteem sometimes?
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    • I get told I'm smart or creative a lot, yet I feel like the biggest dumb ass known to mankind
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    • A jack of all trades but master of none is better than a master of one
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    • Jack of all trades, Master of none but better then a master of only one.
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    • Jack of all trades, Master of none, better than master of one.
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    • Jack of all trades, master of non, but better than a master of one. That is how the saying goes.
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    • Jack of all trades but a master of none is often better than a master of one.
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    • Jack of all trades, master of none.
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    • I think it takes intelligence to comprehend how stupid you actually are, but it’s more stupid to think you’re actually smart.
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    • jack of all trades, master of none, but oftentimes better than a master of one.
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    • This post is bs. You having useful or extensive knowledge, and enough that other people think you’re smart. Quit being down on yourself, you’re an intelligent and unique person. Don’t deny yourself that satisfaction
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    • Jack of all trades, master of none. Better than a master of one.
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    • Jack of all trades, master of none, is always better than a master of one.
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    • No it’s cool iFunny not like I posted this about a week ago
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    • Did you have to attack me like that
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    • Don't forget the saying A jack of all trades is master of none, but oftentimes better than a master of one
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    • Jack of all trades, master of none. But better than a master of one
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    • It's called a jack of all trades
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    • American education system everyone
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    • I.......sadly relate
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    • There's a difference between knowledge and wisdom. People want to be wise but it's hard to find others who are willing to help them in this quest. Speaking of philosophy, emotion, and Providence are not interesting topics to most people but are important in understanding yourself
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    • jack of all trades master of none, better than a master of one.
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    • I work with a guy who needs to realize this
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    • You probably are actually intelligent, you just have low self-esteem so you don't see it. Be more confident in yourself, you'll find that it's lot easier to succeed in life when you believe that you can.
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    • Jack of all trades master of none
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    • Wow it’s amazing how this is everyone
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    • Jack of all trades, master of none, but better than a master of one
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    • Jack of all trades, master of none, but better than a master of one
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    • The smarter you become the dumber you realise you actually are. (Sorry for bad english)
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    • Jack of all trades and master of none is better than master of one
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    • jack of all trades, master of none, but better than a master of one.
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    • Jack of all trades, master of none, still is better than a master of one
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    • Jack of all trade, master of none. Better than being a master of one.
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    • Jack of all trades, master of none. But better than a master of one.
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    • When someone else experiences the same pain as you, and you realize your ass ain’t unique
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    • Jack of all trades, master of none, but often times better than a master of one
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    • Jack of all trades, master of none
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    • Jack of all trades, master of none is often better than a master of one
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    • My knowledge is a mile wide and an inch deep
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    • That's a Jack of all trades master of none
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    • Jack of all trades master of none, often times better than a master of one.
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    • I fucking hate that I can't actually change anything, I've learned much and there's nothing I can change except basic everyday problems. I feel trapped and nothing works for me. The only thing that makes me stand out from my peers is my amazing flexibility, durability, my ability to jump and manipul
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    • Jack of All Trades master of none is still better than a master of one
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    • Jack of all trades, master of none, but still better than a master of one.
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    • You didn't have to come at me this hard noon. I legitimately recoiled when I read this, this one's a little too close to home homie
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    • I’m in this photo and I don’t like it
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    • Jack of all trades, master of none
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    • Jack of all trades master of none, is better still than master of one.
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    • Better than being clueless and not knowing about anything
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    • It actually makes me feel better to know other people feel this way
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    • My mom said I was smart because I knew that in 1917 ww1 happened and stuff. I was like what? That’s general knowledge. Jesus I was pissed off
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    • No joke, back in high school, I got a letter from Harvard saying that I should enroll. I declined because I only got that letter because of my grades in high school. I did well because I didn’t want to fail. I wanted to be a graphic designer not a math/science major.
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    • Getting really good at something takes work, if you’re 18 years old and haven’t found something that really interests you, start finding something that even slightly interests you and start specializing in it and forcing yourself to be compelled to it every day. You can make it!
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    • It's just cause it seems "common knowledge" isn't actually common and everyone I fucking meet is either genuinely too stupid to understand simple things, which is totally fine. It could be a lack of experience. Or they just think too hard about something simple.
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    • This HURT
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    • At least you aren't falling prey to the part of the Dunning-Kreuger effect where you just think you're intelligent.
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    • Its small brain time
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    • That hurts in how real it is to me
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    • I go on iFunny to get a couple giggles and I get slapped in the face with this shit..
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    • Everyone in the comments is acting like they relate but the amount of complete retards I've met heavily outweighs the amount of people with a variety of knowledge. In conclusion some of you motherfuckers are lying.
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    • Intellect is about a balance of knowing enough to hold your own when talking about a variety, sure, but it’s mainly how well you learn and what you can do with the information you DO posses... at least those are my thoughts.
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    • Everyone acting like they in this meme but we all know that we don't know shit about anything except video game lore and meme culture
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    • I’m the other way around. People call me smart because I’m really good at a couple particular subjects but I’m kinda dumb with everything else
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    • The people who acknowledge their own limited scope of intelligence are often smarter than those who don't.
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    • Or how about this: being really good at stuff you strongly dislike doing.
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    • This legit happened to me today. Someone called me smart, and this is how I felt 😢
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    • Leadership material. Jack of all trades, master of none. But still better than a master of one.☝️
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    • No, most of you are actually smart. You just lack motivation to perfect anything and get distracted over learning something new, whether it be surface level or dived deep. Please don't think your dumb or not good at something.
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    • Jack of all trades master of none
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    • Solution to that is spend a little bit of time learning about one subject at a time. Spend time fixing a car and do research as you do. Spend time as a custodian and learn what's toxic and not. Be an expert at everything but a master of nothing. One trick ponies don't get very far
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    • Why tf are all of these so specific yet so accurate????
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    • That’s what I call google knowledge
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    • What's worse is when you're surrounded by people with less than surface level intelligence and then they promote you to a place where you can begin to fail miserably... but I wouldn't know anything about that.
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    • I feel like intelligence is knowing what to do with knowledge, rather than just having knowledge.
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    • “A jack of all trades is a master of none, but oftentimes better than a master of one.”
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