Multipotentialites want a wide variety of life experiences—to be in a near-constant state of beginning. Expecting immediate proficiency in every new thing we try is a recipe for despair.
Multipotentialites are notorious for wanting to jump headfirst into every new interest—even though it’s physically and emotionally impossible! Here’s how to decide what to pursue, what to put on the back burner, and when to jump in.
After years of self-hatred, unsatisfying jobs, and being mislabeled by friends and family, Kay was more than ready to embrace her identity as a multipotentialite. But the road to self-love is never easy—or short.
You can have the adventure of a lifetime. All that’s required is that you contribute the best of yourself.
A reader with a great career realizes they’re not where they want to be. The trouble is, it’s not clear what their next move should be… Neil offers tips for cultivating authentic self-knowledge and accepting the limiting nature of choice.
Have you ever looked around and smiled at the pleasantly unpredictable ways in which your life as a multipotentialite has unfolded? I say, let’s keep that going.
The holidays are nearly upon us and almost everything on Puttylike is on sale until Thursday, December 2.
If you thrive on trying new things and stepping out of your comfort zone, doubt and negativity from family and friends can feel like a big road block. Next time someone gives you a sideways look about your latest passion, consider what’s really behind their criticism.
Not every month can be great, but last month was a total disaster. Taking stock of what went wrong, and how I could respond differently next time, was a surprisingly powerful exercise.