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But in the past the council has tried to be the jack of trades and has ended up the master of none.
You look at developing players at our top clubs these days and see most lads are jack of all trades, master of none.
Dummett is ready to settle "It's no good being a jack of all trades and master of none.
An ability to fill more than one position occasionally means a player can end up being a jack of all trades and master of none.
But in trying to cover so many bases, it's ended up a Padawan of all trades and Jedi master of none.
The focus in education has no longer to be just 'an all round one' and master of none, but on excellent, meaningful qualification, enthusiasm and achievement.
Daughter Ruth said: "Being called Jack he used to say to people he was a Jack of all trades and master of none but he was one of those annoying people who was actually good at everything.
I bring in other professionals--CPAs, attorneys, certain insurance specialists, specialists in certain types of investments like 401(k)s--because I know I can't be a jack of all trades and master of none.