Posts Tagged with "art"

What Does A Multipotentialite Look Like? | Part II

Monday, July 10, 2017

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What Does A Multipotentialite Look Like? | Part II

Puttylike contributor Davide Greco photographs multipotentialites in their many habitats and interviews them about their many passions. We featured some images and stories from his To Be or…To Be series back in May. For today’s post, Davide profiled…another Davide. :) Here’s his story in his own words, translated from the Italian by D. Greco. Enjoy! […]

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How to Make Your Free Time Count

Monday, June 12, 2017

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How to Make Your Free Time Count

The usual problem with time is not having enough of it. Between work, my own projects, home life, social life and various necessities, it feels as if I barely get to exercise my true passion of absolutely wasting my time. (This comedy sketch describes it perhaps a little too perfectly…) Joking aside, there’s lots of […]

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What Does a Multipotentialite Look Like? | Part I

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

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What Does a Multipotentialite Look Like? | Part I

Puttylike contributor Davide Greco photographs multipotentialites in their many habitats and interviews them about their many passions. This week, we’re featuring some first images from his To Be or…To Be? project, accompanied by his fabulous subjects’ own words (translated from Italian, of course!). I admire the contrasting ways in which these women have conceptualized their […]

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Success, Creativity, and the Fear of Being Pigeonholed

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

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Success, Creativity, and the Fear of Being Pigeonholed

Hey multipods, Last week I announced that this year’s Multi-Passionate Must-Haves bundle sale is coming up  May 17-19, but I was a little cryptic about what the bundle contains… Well, here’s a glimpse at one of the 14 products in the sale: Cory Huff’s wonderful course, Artist Websites that Sell. Cory is an actor, storyteller, director, […]

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The Upside of Obsession: Why Being Picky About Your Workspace Pays Off

Monday, July 27, 2015

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The Upside of Obsession: Why Being Picky About Your Workspace Pays Off

Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Valerie Wernet I’m an aesthete. I am in love with what’s beautiful to me, and sensitive to its absence. So many things bother or distract me: fluorescent lights, clutter (unless it is gorgeous, meticulously arranged clutter), weird smells, music with lyrics (because I can’t stop hanging on […]

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How To Use Your Multipotentiality to Stand out from The Competition

Monday, February 10, 2014

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How To Use Your Multipotentiality to Stand out from The Competition

When you’re a creative, you have to find a way to stand out in a crowded marketplace. The arts are highly competitive and it can be tough to get your artwork seen or your music heard How can you find a way to stand out from the competition? One technique is to focus on what makes […]

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Using Music to Cook, or Why You Must Diversify Your Study

Thursday, October 24, 2013

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Using Music to Cook, or Why You Must Diversify Your Study

Editor's note: This is a guest post cartoon(!) by Stephen McCranie. Enjoy.

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The Multipotentialite Musician (or Why Your Message is more Important than Your Skill Level)

Monday, April 15, 2013

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The Multipotentialite Musician (or Why Your Message is more Important than Your Skill Level)

Editor’s note: this is a guest post by Josh Taylor. A long time ago, before even I was born was the 1965 Newport Folk Festival. The crowd awaited Bob Dylan’s usual appearance as the roadies started setting up equipment. But something was wrong…wait a minute…guitar amps? Drums?!! Wasn’t this the darling of true folkies who […]

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