9 Ways to Explain Your Multipotentiality to Non-Mulitpotentialites
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9 Ways to Explain Your Multipotentiality to Non-Mulitpotentialites

Most people struggle at certain points in their lives, with being asked what they want to do or what they want to be. As teenagers, we get used to fending off questions from well-meaning friends and family about the career we want to pursue. But for multipotentialites, the struggle doesn’t stop once we get our first jobs. […]

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How To Make the Most of Your Networking Experience
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How To Make the Most of Your Networking Experience

At the time of writing this, World Domination Summit (WDS) is coming up. WDS is a popular conference for bloggers and entrepreneurs that’s held in Portland, OR each year. This year I’ll be hanging around on the fringes as an un-conferencer. I went to at least ten unofficial meet-ups last year and, even though I […]

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How To Be A Mindful Multipotentialite
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How To Be A Mindful Multipotentialite

Editor’s Note: this is a guest post by Natalie K. Stickel As a multipotentialite, I often get distracted. The demands of my many projects sometimes make it difficult to remain in the present moment; there are always so many people to contact, places to go, tasks to check off. Last night before going to bed, […]

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Why There’s No Such Thing as “The Right Decision”
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Why There’s No Such Thing as “The Right Decision”

Frank Sinatra sang, “Regrets, I’ve had a few”, but should we regret the decisions we’ve made? Hindsight is both fascinating and cruel, as it taunts us with what might have been. It reminds of those game shows where the contestants lose on the final challenge but the host still ushers them forward to take a […]

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How To Craft Your Elevator Pitch as a Multipotentialite
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How To Craft Your Elevator Pitch as a Multipotentialite

Picture this. You’re at a networking event and people are introducing themselves and meeting for the first time. You enjoy meeting new people and feel energized by seeing so many like-minded people in one place. Then, that dreaded question comes. “So what do you do?” You freeze because you hate the standard elevator pitch spiel. […]

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Struggling To Work Out Your Overarching Theme?
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Struggling To Work Out Your Overarching Theme?

Are you a glass half full or glass half empty kind of person? It’s the same glass of water for all of us, so it just depends on how we decide to interpret what we see. It’s all a question of perspective. It can be challenging to uncover what links together all the different strands […]

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How To Overcome the Paradox of Choice
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How To Overcome the Paradox of Choice

Do you ever look out at all of the cool things you could do– all of the exciting possibilities and projects, and yet, are unable to act? Perhaps they all seem pointless since you know you will lose interest eventually. For a community with so many different passions and fascinations, we seem to feel stuck […]

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Personal Growth and Overcoming Limitations: a Profile of Puttypeep, Leah Waig

Personal Growth and Overcoming Limitations: a Profile of Puttypeep, Leah Waig

Note from Emilie: It’s time for another profile of someone truly amazing in the multipotentialite community. Leah Waig is someone I’ve seen grow tremendously in the last few years. She is one of the most creative, smart, helpful people I know, and I’m really excited to share her story with you. Thanks to Janet Brent […]

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