Rich people: believe in specialization, it is how the economy and society works. You get extremely good at one thing, so good that you get paid more than enough for your living expenses, so you can hire other people specialized in other fields to complement your skills and have all your needs met.
Poor people: lack the education, resources, and culture of achievement to get good enough at one thing to be paid for it at all, and if paid for it, never paid enough to hire and benefit from the complementary skills of others. As a result, they get relatively good at many things, because they have to do it themselves.
These thoughts on Specialization are in ironic opposition to Perception of Life Skills – Rich vs. Poor
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