Posts Tagged with "taking action"

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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Why You Should Stop Freaking Out About Wasting Your Time

Monday, January 22, 2018

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Why You Should Stop Freaking Out About Wasting Your Time

We can’t control whether to spend our time, only what we spend it on. This thought has echoed around and around in my mind ever since I read the story of Opus 40 – a sculpture park created by one man over 37 years(!). Part of me recoils in horrified terror at the thought of […]

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A Tool to Help You ROCK Your 2018 Goals

Tuesday, January 9, 2018

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A Tool to Help You ROCK Your 2018 Goals

Happy new year, multipotentialites! I decided to be brave and get in front of the camera today. :) In this video I discuss: the terror I’m feeling after sending my creative work out for feedback(!), the latest news in our multipotentialite community, and an awesome tool to help you track your new years goals. Enjoy! […]

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Sometimes the Impulsive Choice Is the Right Choice

Monday, November 27, 2017

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Sometimes the Impulsive Choice Is the Right Choice

I have a new project in my life: I’m developing a TV series and writing a script for the pilot episode. It’s fun. SO SO SO SO SO SO FUN! You might say I’m in the multipotentialite honeymoon period right now. I’ve wanted to do this for years. It’s a goal that hasn’t always been […]

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Why “Success” is an Unhelpful Idea and How to Really Flourish as a Multipotentialite

Sunday, November 5, 2017

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Why “Success” is an Unhelpful Idea and How to Really Flourish as a Multipotentialite

Words like “success” and “failure” have never meant much to me. Other people seem to care a great deal about these words, but I don’t really know what they mean. They seem so abstract and subjective. There are examples you can point to and say: “that person’s clearly a success!” Someone who’s career has taken […]

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Does Sharing Your Goals Sabotage Your Chances of Success?

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

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Does Sharing Your Goals Sabotage Your Chances of Success?

You’re at a party and a friend asks what you’ve been up to. Unable to tone down your enthusiasm, you dive in and tell them about your new project: a murder-mystery-in-a-box game that you’re creating! “WOW!” They say, “Tell me more…” You go on for a while, describing the difference scenarios and characters… You omit […]

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Filling the Gap After a Big Project Ends

Sunday, August 6, 2017

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Filling the Gap After a Big Project Ends

Usually I stay away from writing directly about myself, but today I want to share a little of what’s happening in my life. Right now, I’m getting close to the end of a big project: my second book (and first novel) is nearly complete! (In case you’re curious, it’s a fantastical, humorous adventure set in […]

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The SINGLE, GREATEST Piece of Advice for Multipotentialites

Monday, June 5, 2017

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The SINGLE, GREATEST Piece of Advice for Multipotentialites

Note from Emilie: This post is a collaboration with some of the awesome multipotentialites in the Puttytribe. I’ve been doing a lot of interviews lately to help spread the word about my new book. As you may know, interviews contain a lot of questions! I’ve gotten some great ones, most of which I feel comfortable answering. […]

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