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Monetizing Your Passions – Episode 5 of Undeclared for Life

17 March 2011

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Monetizing Your Passions – Episode 5 of Undeclared for Life

Alright, lets see a show of hands... Who's ready to brainstorm some creative ways to finance their many pursuits? (I'm imagining you in front of your computer, waving your hand, just so you know.)

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10 Ways to Find Your True Passions – Episode 4 of Undeclared for Life

10 March 2011

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10 Ways to Find Your True Passions – Episode 4 of Undeclared for Life

Have you ever taken one of those career-placement tests? You know, the ones that supposedly assess your strengths and interests, apply a mathematical formula, and spit out your ideal job? How did that work out for you? …Yeah, that’s what I thought. Multipotentialites don’t have “one true passion”, we just don’t. In fact, some of […]

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Episode #3 of Undeclared for Life: What’s the Ideal Lifestyle for a Scanner?

3 March 2011

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Episode #3 of Undeclared for Life: What’s the Ideal Lifestyle for a Scanner?

[podcast]https://puttylike.com/podcast/UndeclaredForLife_EP03.mp3[/podcast] In Today’s Episode… What is lifestyle design and how can multipotentialites use it to craft their dream lives? Some activities in your day will generate revenue (leverage those) and others won’t, but everything you do should be fun. The two things that make for a happy scanner: A life that integrates all current interests. […]

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Why Every Scanner Should Start a Blog

10 February 2011

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Why Every Scanner Should Start a Blog

Think back on your life. What were the moments when you felt most alive, most creatively inspired, like you were perfectly in your element? I love asking this question to my coaching students because they usually light up as they begin telling me their stories. Often they talk about times they worked in teams, when […]

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Slicing Cucumbers and Testing Assumptions about Life

20 January 2011

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Slicing Cucumbers and Testing Assumptions about Life

I was making a salad the other day. I washed the greens like I usually do, sliced an avocado, threw in a few raspberries and started chopping cucumber. I wasn’t really paying attention. I make a lot of salads and by now the process is pretty mechanical. But as I began slicing the cucumber that […]

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We’re in this Together

10 January 2011

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We’re in this Together

Walking down a new path isn’t about reaching an end destination, it’s about the things you experience along the way. If you’re lucky, there will be revelations, triumphs, setbacks and growth. You will change in profound ways and develop a sense of invincibility as you take control of your life, redefine your limits and accomplish […]

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Overlwhelmed by the Good Stuff

6 January 2011

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Overlwhelmed by the Good Stuff

It’s been three weeks since my return from Europe. My plan was initially to hit the ground running. I didn’t want to take any time off for fear of falling into the post-exam vortex. I wanted to move back-burner projects to the front burner and start working on ideas that I had jotted down somewhere […]

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Warning, Students! Don’t Get Sucked into the Post-Exam Vortex

13 December 2010

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Warning, Students! Don’t Get Sucked into the Post-Exam Vortex

The end of semester is a funny thing. You go from a submerged state of pressure and anxiety to a sort of sudden, shocking, tranquility. Once exams are over, you can find yourself with a lot of freedom on your hands. Now this freedom is certainly not unwelcome! But if you’re not careful with your […]

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