Even those of us who are long past graduation can learn a lot from school—from time management to self-care. And the most impactful of those lessons aren’t what you might think.
Articles in the category "Learning"
I’d arrived at a familiar crossroads, and I needed to look more closely at my entire life. Here’s what happened when I turned to some unconventional modalities for fresh insights.
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.
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.
This “cheat code for meditation” might surprise you…and it might be just what your curious multipotentialite heart needs.
Multipotentialites are notorious for wanting to jump headfirst into every new interest—even though it’s physically and emotionally impossible! Here’s how to decide what to pursue, what to put on the back burner, and when to jump in.
Multipotentialites are great at diving head-first into new endeavors. So, what’s the secret to actually moving forward on the new things we’re learning? And how do we keep our balance?
Finding a new interest (or five) isn’t difficult for multipotentialites. Deciding exactly where to invest your time and money can be more challenging. Podcasts can help.
I thought it would be fun to teach a computer to write like me. Like many enthusiastic multipotentialites before me, I found myself adjusting my expectations as big ambitions collided with reality. Somehow, it was great.