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11 Inspirational Quotes for Multipotentialites

11 April 2016

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11 Inspirational Quotes for Multipotentialites

Have you ever felt bombarded by negative comments and questions about your multipotentiality? I know I have. Here are a few I’ve heard (feel free to hear these in annoying, whiny, cartoon-like voices in your head): “Why can’t you just focus?” “When will you decide what you want to do with your life?” “Are you […]

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The Major League Multipotentialite: How to Excel in Multiple Careers

12 October 2015

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The Major League Multipotentialite: How to Excel in Multiple Careers

Do you ever find yourself looking around for multipod role models and coming up short? Sure, we hear about Pythagoras, Leonardo da Vinci, Alexander Graham Bell, and George Washington Carver, but what about someone we could meet today? What about an electrical engineer who was also a Major League baseball player who played on winning […]

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“The limiting identity of expert…”

5 February 2015

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“The limiting identity of expert…”

“Move on, Sontag urged. Leave the field untilled. Switch projects. Change hemispheres. Make a film. Direct a play. Write a novel. Fly to Hanoi. Nonspecialist, she refused restriction, scorned the limiting identity of expert. She would rather have been considered a collector, connoisseur, sad pervert–anything but an academic.” -Wayne Koestenbaum, writing about author, Susan Sontag […]

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Multipotentialites in History: Charlie Chaplin

11 July 2013

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Multipotentialites in History: Charlie Chaplin

I got the inspiration for this article none other than the stray kitten I’ve dubbed as “Chaplin”. Chaplin warmed his way into my heart (and food) with absolute persistence. At first, I thought he was cute in a sort of pathetic way. “Aw look at his black nose and little mustache! He looks just like […]

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