Posts Tagged with "self-employment"

How To Juggle Your Interests Without Dropping Any

Thursday, May 22, 2014

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How To Juggle Your Interests Without Dropping Any

Reminder: The Multi-Passionate Must-Haves sale ends tonight, May 22 at 11:59pm PST! Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Michelle Nickolaisen. One thing the creative freelancers I help consistently struggle with is finding the time to manage multiple projects without losing momentum on any of them. Client work, marketing yourself, the administrative side of […]

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The Pop-Up Shop: an Awesome Opportunity for Multipotentialites?

Monday, April 14, 2014

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The Pop-Up Shop: an Awesome Opportunity for Multipotentialites?

Looking back, I guess I’ve always been an accidental entrepreneur. I never really set out to run my own business; I always did it to fulfill a need. It was the same when I started a craft fair. I’d been looking for a birthday present for a friend and really wanted something handmade – something […]

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How To Launch a Business or Blog When You’re Not an Expert

Thursday, March 20, 2014

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How To Launch a Business or Blog When You’re Not an Expert

Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Joanna Moore. As multipotentialites, we’re always starting projects and exploring new topics. But every now and then something clicks and we want to take an interest further. We get an idea for a longer-term project like a business or a blog. You know the drill. You can’t […]

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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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What Happens When Those Closest to Us Don’t Accept What We Do?

Thursday, January 30, 2014

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What Happens When Those Closest to Us Don’t Accept What We Do?

Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Andy Mort. When you say no to orthodox employment and the 9-5 work paradigm, you may find that you’re inviting trouble into your life. Working for yourself means that you need to find motivation, encouragement and inspiration to keep on doing the work that you feel you have […]

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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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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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Reinventing Yourself as a Multipotentialite Entrepreneur

Monday, December 9, 2013

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Reinventing Yourself as a Multipotentialite Entrepreneur

As the year draws to an end, many people are reflecting on 2013 and what 2014 goals and aspirations they have for their life or business. It’s the perfect time to take inventory on what went well, what could have gone better, and what steps you’ll take to improve. It’s the perfect time for reinvention. […]

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