Supporting Multipotentialite Kids is Out Today! (And we’re having a 48 Hour Sale)
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Supporting Multipotentialite Kids is Out Today! (And we’re having a 48 Hour Sale)

Hi multipotentialites! Woo hoo! I’m thrilled to announce that my new video guide for parents is out today! It’s called Supporting Multipotentialite Kids, and you can grab a copy here. I’ve designed this video to be helpful for parents, teenagers (feel free to watch it with your parents!), educators, or even adults who want to […]

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How To Deal With Negative Thoughts
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How To Deal With Negative Thoughts

We have all kinds of thoughts, all the time. Positive thoughts, sad thoughts, longing, excitement, pain, nostalgia, fear. Some thoughts are meaningless and mundane, others are revelatory. The National Science Foundation estimates that we have 50,000 thoughts each day, 95% of which are repeated each day. I used to think that just because I thought […]

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Supporting Multipotentialite Kids is Coming Out Next Week (Here’s a Sneak Peak + Contest!)
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Supporting Multipotentialite Kids is Coming Out Next Week (Here’s a Sneak Peak + Contest!)

Hey Multipods! I have some really exciting news for you today. After nearly a year of research, a heck of a lot of writing and a few live presentations, I am ecstatic to announce that my new video guide, Supporting Multipotentialite Kids will be coming out next Wednesday, April 23! I’m really proud of this […]

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The Pop-Up Shop: an Awesome Opportunity for Multipotentialites?
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The Pop-Up Shop: an Awesome Opportunity for Multipotentialites?

Looking back, I guess I’ve always been an accidental entrepreneur. I never really set out to run my own business; I always did it to fulfill a need. It was the same when I started a craft fair. I’d been looking for a birthday present for a friend and really wanted something handmade – something […]

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Launching Books, Lifelong Learning and Living on Your Own Terms: a Profile of Puttypeep, Thea van Diepen

Launching Books, Lifelong Learning and Living on Your Own Terms: a Profile of Puttypeep, Thea van Diepen

Note from Emilie: I’m always amazed at the incredible growth I see in the Puttytribe. I’ve witnessed all kinds of projects come to life, from books being written to new businesses launched to radical life changes and moves across the globe. I’ve also gotten to see several puttypeeps grow more confident and start pursuing more […]

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On Turning 30…

On Turning 30…

I turned 30 today. It’s a big one, and I’ve been wondering these past few weeks why I don’t feel any sense of panic or a need to reevaluate my life and set major goals. That seems like the sort of thing one might do as they turn thirty… I think the reason I don’t […]

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Speaking: It’s Not About You.

Speaking: It’s Not About You.

“Why do I keep putting myself through this?” I asked, a drop of hysteria in my voice. It was 2 hours before I was due to step on stage. “I don’t even enjoy speaking very much, and it just causes me so much anxiety, for like months, leading up to it…” My friend Jason turned […]

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How to Deal with Interests That You Regularly Fall in and out of Love with
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How to Deal with Interests That You Regularly Fall in and out of Love with

While there are many different kinds of multipotentialite, most of us tend to be either serialist or cyclical when it comes to our interests. The serialist moves sequentially from one interest to another and is unlikely to ever return to an interest once they’ve left it behind. The cyclical multipod, on the other hand, finds […]

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