Can you sample an interest before devoting all your time and energy to it? Here are five ways to help you try new things without becoming “an aimless transient of interests.”
Articles in the category "Multipotentialite Patterns"
Multipotentialites move through different creative seasons.
If you are a person with many passions, here’s what you really need to know.
Multipotentialites often find ourselves floating between different social groups and identities.
You probably aren’t actually interested in “everything.” Here’s why that’s a good thing.
Sometimes the multipod life can feel a little random and unplanned. Discovering an overarching theme can reveal an underlying order that was there all along, and this knowledge helps to plan our future too.
If you have guilt about unfinished business, let it go. And let’s work on persevering with the next thing. Here are some tips to help.
Some multipotentialites like having many active projects in their lives at any given time. Others become heavily involved in a particular field or project for months or even years!
You tell someone your day job, and utter confusion contorts their face. They struggle to reconcile the skills you’ve displayed with the skills required for your job, and finally say, “I never would have guessed that.”