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Who Else Hates the Term “Jack-of-All-Trades”?

8 May 2014

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Who Else Hates the Term “Jack-of-All-Trades”?

Out of all the terms used to refer to multipotentialites, the one I like least is “jack-of-all-trades.” With the exception of someone choosing to self-identify as a jack/jill-of-all-trades, the term always appears to me to be dripping with condescension. “You are a little good at many things, but not great at any of them,” “You […]

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Why the Multipotentialite Mindset Makes Sense from an Economics and Philosophy Perspective

5 September 2013

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Why the Multipotentialite Mindset Makes Sense from an Economics and Philosophy Perspective

This is a guest post by Sean Buchan. Have you ever broken to somebody that you’re a multipotentialite and had a tough time fighting your corner? Did somebody ‘toe the party line’ and tell you this kind of way of working was inefficient, bad for the economy, bad for your happiness, or just plain “impossible”? […]

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