Do you have undone tasks and projects eating away at your psyche? The accumulation of these tiny failures can be a constant source of low-level stress. Here’s the most powerful way I’ve found so far to banish them—and the related guilt—forever.
Multipotentialites can really struggle with comparing different projects and ideas against one another—we want to do it all! So, what actually makes one idea better than another? Here are two tools to help you get clarity around your options.
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.
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.
As a young multipotentialite, I learned to dial down my enthusiasm for everything, at least in public. It became a habit to hide both the things I cared about and the extent to which I cared about them. Now, I have the confidence to be unapologetically, excitedly me—mostly.
We all need recognition for our achievements and efforts, but sometimes it’s surprisingly hard to come by. Here’s the key to getting the affirmation you’re craving.
When learning something complex, it can feel like the goalposts escape you as new areas of knowledge open up. Planning and persistence are key to avoiding overwhelm—so is knowing when to pivot.
You know what’s fun? Things I used to enjoy. Sometimes we leave an interest behind because we desperately need change. But coming back to an old passion is both refreshing and comforting.
Doing things “just for fun” opens us up to new kinds of satisfaction, joy and enthusiasm. Here’s what happened when I dipped my toe into a world that’s typically reserved for experts.