Major: Air, Minor: Water – Expert
“An expert is a man who has made all the mistakes which can be made, in a narrow field.” - Niels Bohr
As a kid, all it took was seeing that one movie with a resurrected Tyrannosaur wreaking havoc on an island. Fascinated, you devoted countless summer days and winter nights to reading every paleontology book the library had on its shelves. Your bedroom walls were covered in dino pictures, taped one to another. Your enthusiasm and intimate, detailed knowledge on the subject was infectious, and soon you had a group of friends meeting in your basement for a paleo-club that you started.
As an adult, all that unending thirst for knowledge and passion for intricate detail is channeled into your career. If you’re a journalist, scientist, or some other field that rewards expertise, you will thrive. Not everyone is going to live by your high standards of self-discipline and performance, though. Make sure to ease up on judging them. Instead, use your depth and breadth of knowledge to help others. You’ll grow personally and professionally, in ways you never imagined possible.