How to Overcome Idea Paralysis, Maintain Momentum and Follow Through on Your (Many) Projects

How to Overcome Idea Paralysis, Maintain Momentum and Follow Through on Your (Many) Projects

Written by Emilie

Topics: Support

Hi multipotentialites!

WHOA, okay. So, you guys have a LOT of questions about doing/being/exploring all the things!

Thanks so much for sending in your questions. It gave me a good sense of the sort of topics that would be most helpful to cover in these webinars.

So, here’s the plan: over the coming months, I will be running some free live webinars where I take a common multipotentialite challenge or theme and unpack it with you live. And since there’s a lot of wisdom in our community, I might also pose the question to the Puttytribe ahead of time and share some of your multipotentialite peers’ best insights and suggestions.

The first webinar is on February 19

As I was going through the questions you all sent in, there was one topic that kept coming up. Many of you told me you have trouble starting, continuing and/or completing projects! And that is precisely what we’re going to talk about at the first webinar on Wednesday, February 19 at 10am PST / 1pm EST / 1900 CET.

How to attend

If you would like to attend this webinar or any future webinar, you will need to subscribe here.

I don’t want to annoy anyone who isn’t interested with unwanted emails. So, I won’t be sending the invitation link, reminders, or replay videos to the main Puttylike email list. I will only be sending that info to the specific webinar interest list. If you want to be included and stay informed about these multipotentialite webinars, be sure to get on the list.

Okay, I will catch you live next Wednesday! I’m really looking forward to the discussion!

Your pal and fellow multipotentialite,

Emilie

Emilie Wapnick is the founder and creative director at Puttylike and The Puttytribe, where she helps multipotentialites build lives and careers around ALL their interests. Unable to settle on one path herself, Emilie studied music, art, film production and law, graduating from the Law Faculty at McGill University. She is the author of the award-winning book, How to Be Everything (HarperCollins), and her TED talk has been viewed 6 million times. Learn more about Emilie here.

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