Saying ‘No’ to Protect Your Time and Emotional Energy
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Saying ‘No’ to Protect Your Time and Emotional Energy

Six weeks ago, I got rid of my smart phone. It’s something I’d been wanting to do for months. I was tired of feeling the itch — that constant urge to check email or social media. I was tired of losing time to mindless Facebook scrolling, tired of becoming depressed or angered by unimportant status […]

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How to Pursue Your Many Passions When You Struggle with Chronic Illness
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How to Pursue Your Many Passions When You Struggle with Chronic Illness

Note from Emilie: This is a guest post by Emmett Wald. Enjoy, and please share your suggestions at the end of the post. This is an important topic, and I would love to get a discussion going in the comments. Mine is a long story, particularly because I don’t know where to start it. Does it start with […]

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Is It Too Late for Me?
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Is It Too Late for Me?

At some point, everyone worries if it’s too late. Time comes for us all. Our lives drip away at a constant rate of one second per second. This is – to put it mildly – slightly worrying. Worse, we can’t escape the realization that every choice we make forces us to leave all other paths untaken. […]

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The Multipotentialite Resume Part 2: The Unwritten Resume
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The Multipotentialite Resume Part 2: The Unwritten Resume

Editor’s note: this is part two of the series we’re doing on resumes. If you haven’t already read the first part, check it out here. When I was first applying for jobs, resumes were more straightforward than they are now. You had complete control over this aspect of the job application process because you wrote your resume yourself. […]

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The Multipotentialite Resume: Part 1
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The Multipotentialite Resume: Part 1

A show of hands: who here struggles with presenting their diverse skills and experiences on paper? Yes, I’m talking about the dreaded resume; the bane of many a multipotentialite’s existence. As a multipod, how do you share all that you’ve done/can do in a coherent way? Should you include all of your “past lives,” or leave things […]

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Today’s the Day! PuttyRetreat 2016 Registration Opens at 8am GMT

Today’s the Day! PuttyRetreat 2016 Registration Opens at 8am GMT

Hey multipotentialites, I’m trying really hard not to start another post with a shriek of excitement… As mentioned in last week’s email, we’re opening up registration to PuttyRetreat 2016 today. The PuttyRetreat is an intimate, weekend gathering for multipotentialites who are building or growing businesses and want strategies and support from other people who aren’t interested […]

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Come hang out with me in the south of England this summer!

Come hang out with me in the south of England this summer!

Greetings Multipotentialites, Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!! I have news. News that will be particularly relevant to you if you are: a) a multipotentialite b) building or growing your own business c) someone who loves brainstorming, collaborating, and being around lovely, inspiring people, who are also pursuing big goals From June 4-6, I’m going to be running an intimate […]

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Is Multipotentialite an Unnecessary Word?
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Is Multipotentialite an Unnecessary Word?

I try not to argue with my detractors. They occasionally email me or leave comments on the blog (which I usually block). Most are simply not my audience, and therefore, not worth my time. However, today I’d like to humour them; or rather humour you by addressing their main claim. If you’re an out-and-proud multipotentialite, […]

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