The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 3, Issue 1 (May 1, 1928)
What Is A Specialist
What Is A Specialist.
The world's greatest men gloried in specialisation—Shakespeare was a specialist in literature, Cromwell in drastic government reform, Nelson in daring naval strategy, and James Watt in the steam engine.
The most prominent men of to-day are specialists. Our best lawyers and doctors specialise—and win fame. The most successful business men specialise, and by so doing capture the markets of the world. Nobody that wants a tooth extracted cares to go to other than a qualified dentist, who, as a specialist, knows his job.