Versatility

Boston Red Sox outfielder Ted Williams was known primarily for his hitting ability. The slugger is regarded as one of the best hitters to ever play the game. However, on August 24, 1940, Williams pitched the last two innings of a game against the Detroit Tigers at Fenway Park. He did a fairly decent job, allowing only one run on three hits.

Occasionally you will be called upon to do something that is outside your area of expertise. When Nehemiah and his co-workers rebuilt the walls of Jerusalem, many found themselves performing tasks that were not their specialty. Goldsmiths, perfume makers and priests worked side by side doing construction work. So the next time someone asks you to do something you aren’t particularly gifted at, remember that sometimes you have to be versatile.

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