Finally if there is anything left over we can explore the possibility of outsourcing the task to a specialist or generalist.
You could be a generalist—a poet/mollusk scientist/seafarer/surgeon.
Woe to the specialist who is not a pretty fair generalist, and woe to the generalist who is not also a bit of a specialist.
When this nation of ours was born nearly every one was a generalist.
Make the generalist think of himself in connection with large movements.
What we have said about the specialist we could repeat by taking the opposite of the question for the generalist.
He can do more for you and knows more of your case in five minutes' observation than the generalist would in three months.
Pleasure and recreation are the only things in which an individual should be a generalist.
Be a generalist in pleasure and recreation, but not in business.
generalist gen·er·al·ist (jěn'ər-ə-lĭst)
A physician whose practice is not oriented in a specific medical specialty but instead covers a variety of medical problems.