The pop-up show is a short-term, time-limited opportunity to try something new. All the fun without any of the commitment. Is the pop-up shop perfect for multipotentialites?
Sometimes our interests fade and return years later. Here are some ideas to help you settle back into them smoothly when they do.
The need to feed our minds with new and shiny information is like an addiction. Our desire for constant learning is, after all, what makes us multipotentialites. It’s also the reason we so often experience overwhelm.
Tell your story, combine your interests and create a movement.
The trouble with having so many interests is that you can end up in choice paralysis, so unsure about which idea to start on next that you end up starting nothing. It can become all too easy to over-think the process.
3 Easy experiments to become a more mindful multipotentialite.
If you think you’ve gotten caught up in the hamster wheel of work and productivity, these three actions might help you add a little bit of fun back into your life.
Feeling stuck while learning can be even more frustrating for multipotentialites than the average learner.
Much is written about how blogging can provide you with an outward facing public persona and a shop-window to the world, but it can also be a tool for our own development.