Posts Tagged with "show yourself"

Why It’s Good To Be A Multipotentialite

Monday, March 23, 2015

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Why It’s Good To Be A Multipotentialite

Many of us found Puttylike after struggling for years with our multipotentiality, though back then we didn’t know that’s what it was called. We just knew that society wanted us to stick to one path but that, no matter how hard we tried, we could never quite do that. At first being a scanner seems […]

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How Pain and Fatigue Can Impact Your Multipotentialite Projects

Thursday, February 26, 2015

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How Pain and Fatigue Can Impact Your Multipotentialite Projects

I almost didn’t write this post. I like to have some good tips and solutions before I put something out to the world, and the truth is that I don’t have those yet for this problem. At least not fully. But then I saw someone in the Facebook group of the class I’m teaching ask […]

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Is “Multipotentialite” a Real Thing? Is it Really Okay to Be this Way?

Monday, January 19, 2015

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Is “Multipotentialite” a Real Thing? Is it Really Okay to Be this Way?

Emilie, I found Puttylike today while searching the web for advice on how to settle down and focus on just one interest in life. I’ve struggled with this ‘problem’ for as long as I can remember– having varied, multiple interest and goals and cycling through them on a regular basis. It’s has caused me much anguish […]

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The Puttyfest Wrap-Up Post (Including All of Your Amazing Blog Posts) #puttyfest

Thursday, September 25, 2014

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The Puttyfest Wrap-Up Post (Including All of Your Amazing Blog Posts) #puttyfest

Hi Multipods, This has without a doubt been one of the coolest weeks in Putty-history! Without further ado, behold the list of blog posts (in multiple languages!) that you wrote about how being a multipotentialite has enriched your life: On Finding Your True Identity And Your People Finally, there is a description for what I […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Dealing with Friends and Family Members who Disapprove of Your Multipotentiality

Monday, August 4, 2014

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The Ultimate Guide to Dealing with Friends and Family Members who Disapprove of Your Multipotentiality

Every multipotentialite knows how it feels to share a new interest or endeavor with someone and receive a blank stare or a look of disapproval. You’re studying to become a physiotherapist? But I thought you were happy working at that tech company? That seemed like a good career… You’re in an art program. Why would […]

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9 Ways to Explain Your Multipotentiality to Non-Mulitpotentialites

Monday, July 14, 2014

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9 Ways to Explain Your Multipotentiality to Non-Mulitpotentialites

Most people struggle at certain points in their lives, with being asked what they want to do or what they want to be. As teenagers, we get used to fending off questions from well-meaning friends and family about the career we want to pursue. But for multipotentialites, the struggle doesn’t stop once we get our first jobs. […]

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Personal Growth and Overcoming Limitations: a Profile of Puttypeep, Leah Waig

Monday, June 9, 2014

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Personal Growth and Overcoming Limitations: a Profile of Puttypeep, Leah Waig

Note from Emilie: It’s time for another profile of someone truly amazing in the multipotentialite community. Leah Waig is someone I’ve seen grow tremendously in the last few years. She is one of the most creative, smart, helpful people I know, and I’m really excited to share her story with you. Thanks to Janet Brent […]

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Why Multipotentialites are Attractive

Thursday, February 13, 2014

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Why Multipotentialites are Attractive

Editor’s note: In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, here’s a sexy guest post by Rami of GutsyGeek.com. It all began with a simple comment. “You know what? You have the strangest skillset I’ve ever seen,” Tina said. The conversation around the table died down for a second. I looked up from my drink, and smiled […]

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