totally naked with wild dogs: an allegory

Barry lectures: One out of every hundred people, or perhaps one out of every two hundred, harbors the seed of a cardinal talent. By cardinal talent meaning: the extraordinary ability to write or write music or paint or craft technical inventions (and nowadays to write code for software) and so on. But only a fraction of that fraction will have the strength or unstoppable compulsion to bring the talent to any useful level of fruition. Many of the talented will dabble, ┬áin school, at an age at which it’s safe to dabble, and then stop when society and hormones force … Continue reading totally naked with wild dogs: an allegory