How To Balance Multipotentiality and Parenthood
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How To Balance Multipotentiality and Parenthood

Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Catherine Chisnall. I am a multipotentialite and a parent. I rejoiced when I found out about what a multipotentialite was and read everything I could about it, making big plans to fit my many interests into my life. However, as a parent, I can’t suddenly change my […]

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How To Make Money as a Multipotentialite (and Looking for Case Studies for My Book)
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How To Make Money as a Multipotentialite (and Looking for Case Studies for My Book)

There’s a certain question that arises the moment you realize you’re a multipotentialite. It goes something like this: “I’m a multipod, great! But um… Now, how do I make a living?” The “work question” is almost certainly the biggest, most pressing, anxiety-inducing issue that multipotentialites face. There are an innumerable number of ways of structuring […]

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A Rant on the State of Education
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A Rant on the State of Education

For the last two months, I’ve been taking General Chemistry at a local community college here in Chicago. It’s interesting, being back in school after several years. For one thing, you realize that not everyone is as enthusiastic about learning as you are– maybe not even the teacher. I dove in with such vigor, only […]

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How to Cope with Overwhelm
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How to Cope with Overwhelm

Put your hands up if you’ve ever had a bad case of overwhelm. (I bet there’s a great big sea of hands waving back at me right about now.) Being a multipotentialite is like being the plate spinner at the circus. We have so many projects on the go at the same time and we try not to […]

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How To Support Your Multipotentialite Child or Teen (Free Webinar on March 6!)
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How To Support Your Multipotentialite Child or Teen (Free Webinar on March 6!)

Greetings multipotentialites! Emilie here. About a month ago, I flew to Colorado to talk with parents about how they can help support their multipotentialite children. Many of you have asked me whether the presentation was recorded– it wasn’t. However, due to great demand, I’ve decided to put on this presentation once more, this time online, […]

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How To Curate Your Experiences and Organize Your Life

How To Curate Your Experiences and Organize Your Life

Do you have two dozen tabs open right now on your browser? (Don’t lie.) Wouldn’t it be nice to have a way to capture and sort through all of your interesting research, articles and experiences? I recently got the chance to speak with creator of Value of Simple and longtime puttypeep, Joel Zaslofsky about his new […]

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Dream Big. No… Bigger.
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Dream Big. No… Bigger.

I’m feeling this unbelievable lightness. I had an amazing, laid-back Valentine’s Day. Ellen Page came out of the closet. I just got the design mock ups for the first “multipotentialite” shirt (they’re stunning). Today feels really good. Hopeful. I thought I would check in with you guys, and share something personal that I’ve been thinking […]

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Why Multipotentialites are Attractive
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Why Multipotentialites are Attractive

Editor’s note: In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, here’s a sexy guest post by Rami of GutsyGeek.com. It all began with a simple comment. “You know what? You have the strangest skillset I’ve ever seen,” Tina said. The conversation around the table died down for a second. I looked up from my drink, and smiled […]

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