Posts Tagged with "creativity"

Are You Living Your Life on Autopilot?

Monday, January 27, 2014

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Are You Living Your Life on Autopilot?

I’ve got some terrible habits. I eat my lunch while I’m working and barely notice what my food actually tastes like. If I make myself a cup of tea, I find I’ve become so engrossed in something else that I forget about it until it gets cold. Or, worse still, I pick the cup up to […]

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4 Skills that will Dramatically Increase Your Chance of Thriving as a Multipotentialite

Monday, January 20, 2014

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4 Skills that will Dramatically Increase Your Chance of Thriving as a Multipotentialite

What does it takes to thrive as a multipotentialite? Not survive. Not accept. THRIVE. Accepting and embracing your multipotentiality are wonderful steps along the journey. I get a lot of emails from people thanking me for informing them that there’s nothing wrong with them. That’s great, but it doesn’t have to stop there. Not only […]

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How Moving the Body Shifts You For Success

Thursday, January 9, 2014

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How Moving the Body Shifts You For Success

When it seems impossible, when it seems like nothing is going to work, you’re usually just a few millimeters away from making it happen -Tony Robbins I’m a huge personal development/self-help junkie, and I think many multipotentialites can relate. The idea that you can literally trick yourself into success using your body language, posture, and […]

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How to Kick-Start Your Learning When You Get Stuck

Thursday, December 19, 2013

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How to Kick-Start Your Learning When You Get Stuck

Why is it that learning something new can feel amazing on some occasions but drive you insane on others? When your learning is going well, you feel unstoppable. You consume all the information you can get your hands on, the ideas just keep on coming, your project develops in leaps and bounds, and you get […]

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The Physiology of Multipotentiality

Thursday, December 5, 2013

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The Physiology of Multipotentiality

Editor’s note: this is a guest post by Jen Knapp. Of my many passion paths was a discontinued pursuit in medicine.  But while my medical bug is on bed rest for the time being, I nonetheless have wondered what unique, physiological components lurk deep within a multipotentialite’s biological wiring. By now, our multipotentialite community is […]

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“What if we just take a month and write an album?”

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

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“What if we just take a month and write an album?”

Hi Multipotentialites! My band’s debut E.P. is dropping today. It’s a project I’m incredibly proud of and I’m really excited to share it with you. You can stream the whole album for free here. If you’d like to download the MP3s, you can do that for whatever amount you feel comfortable with. All revenue will […]

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I Built a Standing Desk! (And Kicked a Limiting Belief to the Curb)

Monday, November 18, 2013

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I Built a Standing Desk! (And Kicked a Limiting Belief to the Curb)

About two months ago I hurt my neck. It was silly, how it happened. I just slept in a funny position one night, and then BAM, excruciating pain. It lingered for weeks and wasn’t getting any better so I finally started seeing a chiropractor and physiotherapist. My doc helped me feel better but told me […]

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The Extremely Unsexy but Effective Key to Being Creative

Thursday, November 14, 2013

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The Extremely Unsexy but Effective Key to Being Creative

A couple years ago, I took a career sabbatical and joined a Buddhist monastery retreat. We were introduced to a rigid schedule of 6:30am chanting meditation, walking meditation, silent meals, study, chores, and sitting meditation. The routine was comforting and freeing at the same time. While some of us joked that we felt like we […]

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