I set out to assess how I was doing at living my best multipotentialite life, without letting fear take the reins. What I learned shocked me. Welcome to my diary of a month of fearless living.
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.
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.
A multipotentialite’s dream job didn’t meet their expectations, and now they’re struggling with how to move forward without a “Dream B”. So, how can someone with lots of passions and no direction think their way out of that impasse?
Multipotentialites are uniquely equipped to create positive change in the world. So, why do we so often feel shame about who we really are? Here’s how to stop living your life in camouflage.
Multipotentialites fail often—It’s part of doing and being so many things!—but there are many ways to respond to falling short. Here’s how to heal and move on, instead of disappearing into shame.
Multipotentialites living with ADHD can turn it into a superpower—if they know how to use it. And we can all enjoy life more when we zoom out from our persistent challenges to see what strengths we’ve been building along the way.
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.
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.