A multipotentialite graduate student has been feeling bored by their course of study, and there’s no end in sight! Is quitting an option?
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When learning something complex, it can feel like the goalposts escape you as new areas of knowledge open up. Planning and persistence are key to avoiding overwhelm—so is knowing when to pivot.
If you find your multipotentialite mind is always stuck at 11, and you’re taking all your passions way too seriously, take a lesson from jazz and loosen up. Levity is self-care.
When I’m with my people, I can count on a shared understanding of our unique multipotentialite gifts and challenges. Ten years ago, I thought I was broken. But being part of this community has given me permission to be my true self—wherever I go.
I thought this life-changing concept was about checking all the boxes until you landed on a career that fulfilled every singe one of your needs—leading inevitably to happiness. As it turns out, happiness isn’t the point at all.
You know what’s fun? Things I used to enjoy. Sometimes we leave an interest behind because we desperately need change. But coming back to an old passion is both refreshing and comforting.
No matter what heights you reach, somebody will always be upset by your success. But skillfully dealing with uninvited critics can transform them from an annoyance to an unexpected gift. Here’s how.
We all accumulate mental ephemera—business ideas, creative projects, and potential collaborations that never quite got off the ground. Over time, these knick-knacks of the brain start to weigh us down. Here’s how to give your multipotentialite mind a sweep and start fresh.