He is interested in absolutely everything, and his thirsty mind seems impossible to satisfy. So, how can the parents of a brilliant multipotentialite kid balance their own self-care with teaching him life skills and feeding his curiosity?
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.
A busy reader in a constant state of overwhelm wonders how to choose what’s most important—or even what to do next. Mel offers tips for creating authentic priorities that take individual personality into account.
Revealing my true self to my family was what I needed to do in order to live a more authentic life. When it didn’t go as I’d hoped, I experienced a complex roller coaster of grief. Turns out, not everything can be a win-win.
If you worry that the world might never be the same again, I have something to tell you: we can do better than the old status quo. And multipotentialites are uniquely equipped to imagine and build a better, more just world.
For most multipotentialites, this question can be difficult—after all, we pride ourselves on being many things. When someone demanded that I define myself to them, it absolutely unraveled me.
If you’re a super busy, energetic person, letting yourself rest is a vital skill—especially since hustle culture tells us we can fully “recharge” in a single day off. Here are three different kinds of rest, and how to fit them into your life.
Multipotentialites who are also overachievers can have a difficult time sorting through their motivations. If you’ve ever felt like you have all the passions for all the wrong reasons, take heart. You belong!