As multipotentialites, the community we have around us can truly be make-or-break — for our careers and for our personal wellbeing. This equinox, take some space to look at which relationships are feeding you, which are draining you, and how you can be of service to those you love.
Even those of us who are long past graduation can learn a lot from school—from time management to self-care. And the most impactful of those lessons aren’t what you might think.
As a multi-instrumentalist, I’ve had to work hard to create a coherent professional identity for myself. I’ve struggled with balancing my different musical pursuits, and with clients and colleagues taking me less than seriously because I do many things. Sound familiar, multipotentailites?
When you’ve spent spent tons of time and mental energy embracing a multipotentialite career vision that definitely does not involve committing to any one thing, discovering your “perfect career” can really throw you off. Here are three things to keep in mind if you think you’ve found your forever job.
You’ve got a book in you, but how will you get it out into the world? The choice between traditional publishing and self-publishing can be confusing to navigate. Here are 7 questions to get clarity on your decision.
A traditional vacation is not the only way to take a break. For multipotentialites, a staycation might be the perfect way to rest & recharge!
We all have significant people in our multipotentialite journey—those who have supported us, helped us grow and nurtured us to our full potential. As multipotentialites, it is our responsibility to nurture other multipotentialites as they discover their challenges and superpowers. Here’s how.
As multipotentialites, we spend a lot of time focused outside of ourselves. Keeping track of our goals and projects is basically it’s own full-time gig! On the longest day of the year, make sure you carve out a few hours to put yourself first.
Much has been written about the struggles and challenges that come with being neurodivergent. But what about the positive and joyful aspects? Here’s one: I have come to recognize that many of my autistic traits overlap with the characteristics that make me a multipotentialite.