Allowing new experiences into your life can change your perspective, and even help you understand how to get unstuck in unexpected ways. So, would you like to play a game?
Articles tagged "new things"
When learning and having novel experiences is key to your identity, losing your gusto for the new can be a harsh blow. Here’s how to get back on track with what brings you joy.
Have you ever looked around and smiled at the pleasantly unpredictable ways in which your life as a multipotentialite has unfolded? I say, let’s keep that going.
If you thrive on trying new things and stepping out of your comfort zone, doubt and negativity from family and friends can feel like a big road block. Next time someone gives you a sideways look about your latest passion, consider what’s really behind their criticism.
Multipotentialites are great at diving head-first into new endeavors. So, what’s the secret to actually moving forward on the new things we’re learning? And how do we keep our balance?
Someone will always arrive at a new concept—or get onto a new platform—before you. But being late to the party doesn’t necessarily mean there’s no point in trying.
I thought it would be fun to teach a computer to write like me. Like many enthusiastic multipotentialites before me, I found myself adjusting my expectations as big ambitions collided with reality. Somehow, it was great.
As multipotentialites, we often find ourselves looking forward to the next thing we want to accomplish, learn or try. If you frequently put your next big (or small) thing on a high shelf until all conditions are ideal, you’re probably missing out.
Sometimes you get everything you ever dreamed of. And sometimes, life requires you to take a closer look.