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I’m Blushing Over Here…

3 December 2018

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I’m Blushing Over Here…

Hi multipotentialite friends, I have to take a moment today and gush/blush a bit… Our brand new Puttytribe praise page is live, and I’m feeling a TON of gratitude for all of the kind words from our puttypeep! In no way can I take full credit for the magic of our Puttytribe community. It’s really […]

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What Does a Community of Multipotentialites LOOK Like?

4 September 2018

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What Does a Community of Multipotentialites LOOK Like?

Hi multipotentialite friends! I’m a little giddy this morning because I have something to show you. So many of you have emailed me over the years with questions about the Puttytribe. It seems that many of you don’t really understand what the community is… Like, what is it EXACTLY??? A forum?…Group coaching?…Huh?? Well, it’s time […]

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Want an Accountability Buddy? What’s New This Month in the Multipotentialite Community

26 June 2018

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Want an Accountability Buddy? What’s New This Month in the Multipotentialite Community

Hey multipod friends! Have you ever dreamed of having an accountability buddy who’s also a multipotentialite? Someone to talk with about your many goals and projects? Someone to check in with, and to give you a hearty “way to go!” when you take action? We’re welcoming a new group of multipotentialites to the Puttytribe this […]

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Need Help With Your Multipotentialite Career/Business/Life? Meet Your Fam…

6 March 2018

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Need Help With Your Multipotentialite Career/Business/Life? Meet Your Fam…

Hey multipod friends! How often do you get to brainstorm your projects/work/life choices with other multipotentialites? Do you have people in your life who understand (and share) your need for variety? Or do you find yourself heading down the endless, impersonal Google-rabbit-hole whenever you have a problem related to your many passions or work life? […]

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You Know You’re a Multipotentialite When… (The Comic Edition)

11 December 2017

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You Know You’re a Multipotentialite When… (The Comic Edition)

I had never drawn a comic before. This was totally new for me. But as the one leading the project and encouraging other “novice comic creators” to step out of their comfort zones and kick perfectionism to the curb, I absolutely needed to make one myself. Actually, I was honestly pretty excited about it… I’m […]

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Need Some Support? Meet Your Tribe of Multipotentialite Friends (Plus Some News!)

21 August 2017

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Need Some Support? Meet Your Tribe of Multipotentialite Friends (Plus Some News!)

Greetings multipotentialites! Emilie here. I’ve got some exciting news for you today. We’re rolling out a new project in the Puttytribe and I made a short video to explain the idea and also tell you a bit about our amazing community of multipotentialites: What You Need to Know We’re accepting new members to the Puttytribe […]

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9 Ways to Explain Your Multipotentiality to Non-Mulitpotentialites

14 July 2014

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9 Ways to Explain Your Multipotentiality to Non-Mulitpotentialites

Most people struggle at certain points in their lives, with being asked what they want to do or what they want to be. As teenagers, we get used to fending off questions from well-meaning friends and family about the career we want to pursue. But for multipotentialites, the struggle doesn’t stop once we get our first jobs. […]

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Personal Growth and Overcoming Limitations: a Profile of Puttypeep, Leah Waig

9 June 2014

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Personal Growth and Overcoming Limitations: a Profile of Puttypeep, Leah Waig

Note from Emilie: It’s time for another profile of someone truly amazing in the multipotentialite community. Leah Waig is someone I’ve seen grow tremendously in the last few years. She is one of the most creative, smart, helpful people I know, and I’m really excited to share her story with you. Thanks to Janet Brent […]

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