Posts Tagged with "goals"

Why Goals Aren’t Enough—You Need to Set Directions

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

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Why Goals Aren’t Enough—You Need to Set Directions

Recently, I caught up with a friend I don’t get to see often enough. Neither of us were in a Major Life Crisis, so we were doing that thing where we swap minor problems back and forth—everything from busyness to boredom to the various ways our aging bodies are mysteriously misbehaving. Naturally, we share that […]

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What Does a Community of Multipotentialites LOOK Like?

Tuesday, September 4, 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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“Help! I want an accountability buddy, but I’m scared…”

Tuesday, July 24, 2018

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“Help! I want an accountability buddy, but I’m scared…”

Multipotentialites usually have a lot going on: businesses we wish to start or grow, skills we’re trying to learn, creative projects, major life or career transitions… We’re usually quite busy (happily so) and we’re often working on something–or multiple things–that are big and meaningful. With so much on our plate, it can be easy to […]

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Feeling Exhausted and Unproductive? Here’s How Not to Feel Bad About Yourself

Monday, July 2, 2018

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Feeling Exhausted and Unproductive? Here’s How Not to Feel Bad About Yourself

As a kid, I never understood why adults were so slow. Surely it would be more natural to run around and bounce and clamber – what was wrong with them? Why were all adults so lazy?! Now I’m (allegedly) an adult, I get it: We’re not lazy… we’re just exhausted. That seemingly infinite energy just […]

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

Tuesday, June 26, 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…

Tuesday, March 6, 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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6 Tips to Learn More Effectively as a Multipotentialite

Sunday, February 25, 2018

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6 Tips to Learn More Effectively as a Multipotentialite

Whenever I meet somebody studying an obscure academic niche, I ask so many questions that it usually takes the poor researcher a while to realise I’m not being sarcastic and I genuinely want to know about (for example) 18th century plumbing in the Netherlands. I’m prepared to admit that I might be weird, but I […]

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When Working On Your Projects Feels Horribly Painful…

Sunday, February 18, 2018

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When Working On Your Projects Feels Horribly Painful…

I’m writing an original television pilot script right now. I’m on draft #2 after my dear filmmaker friend (whose storytelling skills I completely trust) gave me copious amounts of feedback. It wasn’t exactly negative feedback, per se… But he did prompt me to really think about my choices. Does the very first scene represent the […]

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