Posts Tagged with "career planning"

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

Monday, March 10, 2014

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

Thursday, February 27, 2014

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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 Use Your Day Job to Increase Your Productivity

Thursday, January 23, 2014

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How to Use Your Day Job to Increase Your Productivity

Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Lori Stalter. There’s a scene in Star Wars V where Yoda, looking at Luke Skywalker, says to Obi-Wan Kenobi: “All his life has he looked away … to the future, to the horizon. Never his mind on where he was … what he was doing.” I’ve lived […]

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Finding the Thread That Ties Your Story Together: a Conversation with Pam Slim

Thursday, January 2, 2014

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Finding the Thread That Ties Your Story Together: a Conversation with Pam Slim

Hi Multipotentialites! I have a treat for you today. I recently sat down with author, blogger, coach, mom, MMA black belt holder, and all around sweetheart, Pam Slim. Pam is the author of the new book, Body of Work: Finding the Thread That Ties Your Story Together. This book is a gift to multipotentialites. It’s […]

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Could there be a Multipotentialite Career Revolution Brewing?

Monday, November 4, 2013

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Could there be a Multipotentialite Career Revolution Brewing?

I love the idea of reclaiming normal conventions and flipping them to the multipotentialite advantage. Take the world of work for example, how could we adapt current work cultures to embrace the talents of pluralists? Just because something is currently beyond the realms of the norm or the possible it doesn’t mean it will always […]

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How To Brand Yourself as a Multipotentialite in a Way that Makes Sense to Conventional Employers

Monday, July 1, 2013

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How To Brand Yourself as a Multipotentialite in a Way that Makes Sense to Conventional Employers

From the Putty mail bag: I have a question, maybe this is something other readers are wondering as well. How in the world can a multipotentialite create a personal brand that makes sense to more conventional employers, clients and professional contacts? I often find that the amount of thinking, ideas and energy that I generate […]

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How to Focus when there is No One Focus

Thursday, June 13, 2013

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How to Focus when there is No One Focus

As a self employed multipotentialite, I juggle writing gigs, web design and graphic design projects. I dream of being a life coach, having my own e-course and/or membership site, filling sold out workshops and in-person retreats, and writing Amazon bestsellers. I have a million ideas bouncing around in my head that I have yet to […]

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The Hardest Question for a Multipotentialite to Answer

Monday, May 27, 2013

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The Hardest Question for a Multipotentialite to Answer

A few months ago I was at a Toastmasters meeting and I came up against my worst nightmare. There’s a portion of every meeting called Table Topics. The way Table Topics works is they give you a topic on the spot and you then stand up and give an impromptu 1-2 minute speech on that […]

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