Posts Tagged with "patterns"

How to Find Your Intersections (Or, What’s Your Super-Horse?)

Monday, March 20, 2017

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How to Find Your Intersections (Or, What’s Your Super-Horse?)

We multipotentialites can appear weak when we judge at our talents in isolation from one another. Oh, I’m not as good a musician as he is. I haven’t put in as many hours as her. How could I ever compete? Viewing interests one at a time is a perfectly valid way to look at the […]

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What Are You NOT Interested In?

Monday, October 24, 2016

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What Are You NOT Interested In?

If you’re reading Puttylike, there’s a decent chance that whenever you’re asked “so, what are you into?” your default response is a kind of confused brain-crash while you search for an acceptable way to say “EVERYTHING!” To some degree, the question makes no sense. For each topic you could mention, you want to say, “But […]

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What’s Your Multipotentialite Origin Story?

Tuesday, July 5, 2016

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What’s Your Multipotentialite Origin Story?

SCENE: OUTDOORS A shadowy figure is unloading barrels from a truck. We see the words, “WARNING: WEIRD CHEMICALS” emblazoned on each barrel as it is placed into a deep hole. Finally, the shadowy figure fills the hole and drives away. The camera pans underground to reveal a leak in one barrel of WEIRD CHEMICALS. We follow the […]

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