For generations, modern education and employment practices have trained us to become specialists; to learn a skill or trade and become experts in that area alone. No longer are renaissance men and jacks-of-all-trades rewarded for their wide breadth of abilities. Instead, we’re often encouraged to meet specific requirements to fit into even more specific silos. Many would argue, though, that the best ideas are born in opposition of this model.
Annelise Schoups is a contributor at Rewind & Capture. With a degree in journalism, experience in public relations, and an education in travel, she is passionate about cultivating knowledge and storytelling.