Posts Tagged with "play"

Are You a Playaholic?

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

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Are You a Playaholic?

One balance I find especially tricky is work versus play. From the many, many articles written about workaholism, it seems I’m not alone. However, when reading these I often feel like an alien learning about another species. I know that, technically, anything can be addictive—but work, really? Why aren’t there any articles on the opposite […]

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The Serious Business of Tinkering Time

Monday, April 10, 2017

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The Serious Business of Tinkering Time

I have a problem. Well, I have plenty of problems. But one in particular is bugging me right now: I’m no longer in the exciting early stage of my current priority project, brimming with initial enthusiasm. I’m fighting the temptation to fall into a pit of cynicism and despair and tedium. Not only is it […]

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How To Get Out of a Multipod Funk

Monday, April 18, 2016

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How To Get Out of a Multipod Funk

Note from Emilie: This is a guest post by Paul Strobl. The roller coaster of life’s successes and disappointments can have much higher peaks and deeper valleys for multipotentialites than for non-multipods. When things are really firing, we’re on a high of creativity and productivity that lights us from within, helping us to push the boundaries […]

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