Our expert says:
However talented one may be, dabbling in everything rather than selecting some particularly satisfying areas on which to concentrate your talents, is wasteful - remmber the old saying about being Jack of All Trades, an master of None.
And from your dscription, there are areas in which you are less than accomplished ( though you could indeed learn to function well there ) such a social skills and comfort with others ( and paying attention to them as well as to yourself.
You describe yourself as essentially fake, "I feel like i''ve cheated my way through life", for instance - yet you reject others as fake, without apparently taking the trouble to get to know them well enough to fairly judge that.
I'm sure there are some things you can, inded, not do at all, and some you can't do well. Indeed, if we recognize that doing something well includes being able to continue and develope the field itself as well as your skills within it, without giving up by declaring boredome before one has persisted sufficiently, maybe you're not that breathtakingly brilliant at everything.
You CAn have one or more things in life that you do brilliantly - but only if you work through the initial boredom ( boredom seems to be one of your less useful skills )
The skill of being able to stick to the duties and chores inherent in any field o worthwhile activity is an essential part of being good at anything.
A good psychotherapist of a practical bent would be able to help you understand your problem better, and to plan better towards real achiemements.
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