Good at Everything


Han Mi-nyeo is doing her best to win a spot on a tug-of-war team and tells everyone who will listen, "I'm good at everything except the things I can't do." In a roundabout way, she is discussing comparative advantage. Time is scarce, so there is no point wasting time on things you are not good at. It's best to specialize in the things you do best relative to others.

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