Has the grind of daily life pushed your projects and passions onto the back burner? It happens to the best of us! Here’s a tool to get back to yourself and make progress on the things that really matter.
Hello, my name is Mel and I am an imposter. What I’ve learned from that is pretty surprising: Becoming an expert in being an imposter can enhance your life as a multipotentialite, once you decouple it from your sense of self-worth and the fear of being found out.
Multipotentialites are different from specialists, and we respond to different expressions of affection and care. If you are struggling to identify your love language from the predefined list, it might be worthwhile to shift your perspective.
For those with a wide range of talents, interests, and career experiences, summarizing who you are as a professional can seem like a daunting (or even impossible) task. It can also boost your self-confidence and transform the way you think about your life.
Intuition can be a powerful tool for multipotentialites—when properly evaluated. To work with your intuition as a guiding force rather than a detouring distraction, consider these tactics.
As people who are balancing many passions and projects, multipotentialites need to organize their lives differently than others. But what happens when a well-loved system of organization starts to bend under pressure?
Multipotentialites put pressure on themselves to make progress on all the things, all the time. Not only is that exhausting, it can be really demoralizing! Here’s how I simplified my life and set myself up to win.
If we want to offer the best of ourselves to our communities, we need self-care. And that entails way more than taking an occasional bubble bath! Sort out your self-care practice by viewing it through a multipotentialite lens.
Every multipotentialite career model has specific drawbacks and deficits. Here’s are the pitfalls I wish I’d known about when I set out on my portfolio career, and how you can avoid them—or at least accept them with open eyes.