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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CDr release of Jack Of All Trades Master Of None on Discogs/5(2).
  2. "Jack of all trades, master of none" is a figure of speech used in reference to a person who has dabbled in many skills, rather than gaining expertise by focusing on one. The shortened version "a jack of all trades" is often a compliment for a person who is good at fixing things, and has a very good broad knowledge. They may be a master of integration, as such an individual who knows enough.
  3. Jack of all trades, master of none is a negative term to call someone who does not have a clear primary skill but has multiple areas in which he or she holds some knowledge.
  4. Jack of all trades, master of none, though often better than a master of one. Adam Savage. We all have grown up listening to this household proverb. And during the times I grew up, it was indubitably not the most pleasing things to listen to or be referred to as. Although I always felt all of us are jacks of all trades, and couldn’t understand why the society was enamored with masters.
  5. Nov 08,  · The full phrase is “Jack of all trades, master of none ofttimes better than master of one” as enbilisatninghym.steracowracigavermosimliepeti.coza says. Its more balanced and refers to a polymath or ‘Renaissance man’ like Leonardo Da Vinci. They are masters of intergration and over a life time may become masters of several things just like Da Vinci.
  6. Unique Skill ‘Jack of all Trades and Master of None’ granted.” Apart from the original saying being “Jack of all trades, master of one” but really how many people know that anymore? Certainly not the author. Thanks for spending your time translating and editing so I could a smartass instead of asleep.
  7. Feb 12,  · Jack of All Trades 1. Diverse Skill Set: Usually, a person with a number of skills or a Jack of all trades is widely miscommunicated and misinterpreted because .
  8. Jul 10,  · ~ All-rounded person, capable of doing different kinds of activities. Good at everything, master of none. E: At night he is a taxi-driver. During the day he paints auto-portraits and not that long ago, he started writing a novel about a lonely taxi-driver who loves his job, but It does’t make him happy.
  9. Be neither the Jack of all trades, or the Master of one, be the Master of all trades by mastering how to use all of them, rather than being average. That's optimal, but I don't think everyone has the skill to completely master every weapon to the point where it doesn't matter what weapon you use because the kills are just as quick or smooth.

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