How to Be Everything is Out in Italian, Dutch, and Korean (with More Languages Coming)!

How to Be Everything is Out in Italian, Dutch, and Korean (with More Languages Coming)!

Written by Emilie

Topics: The Book

Hey multipods!

So, this is pretty neat.

My book, How to Be Everything, is officially out in a few other languages!!

We’ve got…

(Don’t ya love that octopus?!)

I’ve also received word from my publisher that HTBE will be coming out in Japanese, complex and simplified Chinese, and Russian! So exciting.

I’m still hoping for more languages, and while I super appreciate the offers you guys keep sending me to translate the book, there’s unfortunately nothing I can do there. Publishers have their own translators.

If you happen to know any publishers in your country who might be interested in buying the language rights, definitely encourage them (perhaps on Twitter) to reach out to HarperCollins. It would be wonderful to reach multipotentialites in all corners of the earth.

Until then, check out that octopus… :D

Your pal and fellow multipotentialite,



  1. Katia says:

    Yay, a copy in Russian! I am looking forward to it :)

  2. Joanne says:

    Oh my god Emilie I’m so so proud!! Definitely reading it and will write a book review too!!

  3. Simone says:

    That’s so great, I’m from Rome, Italy, but I’ve just decided to buy the original one in english, just to improve some speak-abilities and general skills… Then every lenguage has its own charm to be understood, and a way to let you understand certain things, and english is great imho, so why not?! :)

  4. Maryske says:

    Okay, so I checked out the octopus. And I think Korean looks pretty amazing. In MASH, everything Korean was always written in Latin letters, as I recall, but then, hey, that’s American LOL

    Question: do you know which line of text represents your name?

  5. Seyoon says:

    Thanks to you,
    I find out that who am I

    My major is electric engineering but My career had safety field including firefighting(maybe you can’t understand my word and system )

    I please to see your book !

  6. Ayoung says:

    I’m from Korea! I read this few days ago and really impressed :)
    Im university student now and wanna do many things but my family and friends worried about it… so I was confused but now I know how to do everything.
    thanks for writing this book!

  7. Adriana says:

    What a great gift finding you! :)
    Your TED talk,your site and your book are a new and inspiring resource for my EFL English class for High School students in Mexico.

  8. Kevin says:

    This is the book what I have been looking for.
    It’s amazing that I can read this book in Korean.

    I have a major job in a big company, and I’m also working in two startup companies.

    Sometimes I felt depressed because I thought whether I can’t select my aptitude until now or not.
    However I got conviction about my job from read this book.

    Thanks for giving me such a conviction of my job, and also my life.

  9. Marina says:

    Thank you Emilie! I have the book in Italian and I loved it! Thanks to you I understand exactly who I am and why I made certain choices in my life.
    Thank you <3

  10. Kyoko says:

    That’s really great !
    I’m looking forward to reading your book in Japanese!
    And I deeply appreciate you Emilie!
    You saved me a lot!
    It was serendipity that I found this site a few days ago.

  11. Mel says:

    Hi !
    Is a french version in project ?
    Waiting for that one !

  12. Noizi says:

    Please in German!!!!
    I saw the Ted interview today, and I had to cry.
    That’s exactly how I feel.
    I would buy it right away :)

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