"Range": New book argues for generalization over specialization
A new book called "Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World" argues you can be more successful in life if you learn different things and don't try to be an expert. Author David Epstein says diverse experiences are helpful in science, music, parenting and even sports. One example: Roger Federer. He decided to focus on tennis after growing up playing several sports. Epstein joins "CBS This Morning" to make the argument for generalization over specialization.