Welcome to the Colourful, Surreal World of Theo Morrow

Welcome to the Colourful, Surreal World of Theo Morrow

Hey Puttylike reader, As you know, there’s a lot going on in the world right now. We’ve decided to bring you some #BrightThings to help. This series will include things like art, poetry, interesting wormholes, and all number of fabulous distractions to think about and explore. We want to help jumpstart your multipotentialite curiosity—and hopefully bring you a […]

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Let’s Share #BrightThings with Each Other Right Now. I Want to Hear from You!
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Let’s Share #BrightThings with Each Other Right Now. I Want to Hear from You!

Let’s lift each other up during this difficult time. Got an interesting, heartwarming, whimsical, beautiful, or hilarious Thing you’ve discovered recently that you would like to share?

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How Do I Know Who I Am If There’s No Word for It?

How Do I Know Who I Am If There’s No Word for It?

Have you ever looked a picture, listened to a song, or walked through a new city and felt an inexplicable sense of familiarity? When I look at a photo of my great-grandmother, for instance, I feel an instant connection, like I was the one who took the picture—even though I never met her. When I […]

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Why “Stick to What You’re Good at” is Bad Advice

Why “Stick to What You’re Good at” is Bad Advice

What happens if the thing you’re known for being good at isn’t the thing you’re passionate about? As an adult, exploring your interests—especially the ones you “aren’t good at”—is a radical act.

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When You Have a Love-Hate Relationship With Books… How to 2.0 Your Reading Life

When You Have a Love-Hate Relationship With Books… How to 2.0 Your Reading Life

I’ve been a book nerd for nearly my entire life—ever since I learned to read. However, I realize that for many of us, being a reader—especially a multipotentialite reader—can be challenging in this age of information overload. In preparation for a reading workshop I gave at the Everything Conference, I conducted a highly informal poll. […]

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3 Ways to Find Focus for Your Projects Today

3 Ways to Find Focus for Your Projects Today

Earlier today, I counted up all my projects. I wrote down all of the personal and creative efforts I’ve been working on in my free time recently. The total: thirteen. I wasn’t surprised by the high number—this is pretty much my natural state, and has been since I was a kid—I’m a simultaneous multipotentialite through […]

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When You Find Your Unicorn Job but Can’t Get Past the Gatekeepers

When You Find Your Unicorn Job but Can’t Get Past the Gatekeepers

It was time to panic. After nearly a year of effort, I had nothing to show for it. My dream job—the unicorn I was chasing—had slipped out of my grasp once more. Exhausted, I persevered, hoping that somewhere there was one more unicorn to be found. Surely if I kept going I’d impress the right […]

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How to Overcome Idea Paralysis, Maintain Momentum and Follow Through on Your (Many) Projects

How to Overcome Idea Paralysis, Maintain Momentum and Follow Through on Your (Many) Projects

Hi multipotentialites! WHOA, okay. So, you guys have a LOT of questions about doing/being/exploring all the things! Thanks so much for sending in your questions. It gave me a good sense of the sort of topics that would be most helpful to cover in these webinars. So, here’s the plan: over the coming months, I […]

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