I study control theory and robotics. Recently I figured out that I have a much deeper understanding of probability and statistics compared to my colleagues. Is this 'talent' valuable in my field and if so, where? We used this theory to define white noise, but nothing more...as of now. Also I am generally good in math and physics and I have a high IQ. I am lazy to do repetitive work and because of all this I think a good strategy for me would be to specialise in a field full of hardcore theory to reduce competition by taking advantage of my scientifically oriented mind. It is easy for me to make connections between theory and practice and fulfils me to see that something I theorized about is working in the real world. I need advices for my career. What should I concentrate on? Any book recommendation is also welcome. Sorry for my English, it is not my first language.