Am I just spinning my wheels and wasting time? I've been told that I am a jack of all trades, which for the longest time, I thought might be a good thing. But the 'master of none' aspect is really starting to become clear. I'm not outstanding at anything. I'm somewhere between pretty good at a couple of things, and okay at a lot of things. However, I've divided my time into so many sections, that I haven't allowed myself to truly master anything.
I'll just take the last 12 months as an example. I've studied computer programming, data science, wood burning, and writing short stories. For every hour I spend on one pursuit, I rob the developmental capacity of yet another possible skill.
It's a curse. I want to make a dozen clones of myself, set them off on one task, and then load their knowledge into my brain. But that's not an option yet. So, I read, dabble, practice, and so on. There's never going to be enough time and I can't help but feel that I'm constantly wasting mine.
Just looking at computer science, I've studied both Python and R. I know that I need to select one path and stay on it, but I can't help but wander.