As a multi-instrumentalist, I’ve had to work hard to create a coherent professional identity for myself. I’ve struggled with balancing my different musical pursuits, and with clients and colleagues taking me less than seriously because I do many things. Sound familiar, multipotentailites?
Articles tagged "productivity"
Want a space you love, that supports your multipotentialite passions and endeavors? Don’t wait for perfection—some quick and easy changes can bring big improvements right where you are.
Do you have undone tasks and projects eating away at your psyche? The accumulation of these tiny failures can be a constant source of low-level stress. Here’s the most powerful way I’ve found so far to banish them—and the related guilt—forever.
Has the grind of daily life pushed your projects and passions onto the back burner? It happens to the best of us! Here’s a tool to get back to yourself and make progress on the things that really matter.
As people who are balancing many passions and projects, multipotentialites need to organize their lives differently than others. But what happens when a well-loved system of organization starts to bend under pressure?
Multipotentialites put pressure on themselves to make progress on all the things, all the time. Not only is that exhausting, it can be really demoralizing! Here’s how I simplified my life and set myself up to win.
Perfect productivity is a myth, and cultivating a healthy relationship with getting things done can be difficult. The key is creating our own metrics for time well-spent.
Multipotentialites living with ADHD can turn it into a superpower—if they know how to use it. And we can all enjoy life more when we zoom out from our persistent challenges to see what strengths we’ve been building along the way.
When learning something complex, it can feel like the goalposts escape you as new areas of knowledge open up. Planning and persistence are key to avoiding overwhelm—so is knowing when to pivot.