A Master Generalist

A master generalist, versatilist, or T-shaped person has skills and knowledge that are both deep and broad. They can apply a depth of skill to a progressively widening scope of situations and experiences, equally at ease with technical issues as with business strategy.

The need for T-shaped skills surfaces anywhere that innovation or problem solving is required across different deep functional knowledge bases or at the juncture of deep knowledge with an application area.

About me

I try to focus on doing what I do best every day using the unique combination of talents, knowledge, and skills that I possess. Knowing what my strengths are gives me the opportunity to use them to my advantage to complete my goals, projects, ideas, and work. It also helps me in my work with others being able to relate better with others, and stop support them in achieving their goals.

People who focus on their strengths are more likely to be engaged in their work and more productive too, both individually and in teams.

I believe that developing my strengths is a critical component of living a positive and productive life.

Anthony Kennedy

Anthony Kennedy



My strengths are:


Able to generate ideas quickly and draw clever linkages. Craft innovative solutions and find clues to handle future situations. Typically stimulated when collaborating with future-oriented thinkers.


A focus on strengths as a way to stimulate excellence. A soothing effect on many kinds of people, able to tell stories that server many purposes. Seek to transform something strong into something superb. 


Inspired by future possibilities and able to inspire others with visions of the future. Intentionally striving to transform possibilities into reality - taking charge of, and shaping the future.


Deeply satisfied with working hard with people to achieve a goal. Able to deconstruct tangled situations and break complicated things into their fundamental parts. Forthright and plainspoken.


Delight in accumulating unusal insights and make great progress when able to exchange ideas, theories, or concepts with intelligent people. Listen intently to collect information before adding ideas and insight.