This week on the show, Iâ€™m joined by Emilie Wapnick, Jamie Ridler, and Melissa Dinwiddie for a roundtable on being a multi-passionate person. As a multi-passionate, or multi-potentialite (or scanner, or renaissance soul), we can relate to having lots of different interests and not wanting to narrow our work or creativity down to focus to just one thing. This roundtable focuses on the unique challenges of putting structure and planning around the creativity and myriad of interests that each of us have. Itâ€™s a great discussion!
This episode is airing this week in honor of the Multi-passionate Must Haves bundle, which is on sale from May 15-17, 2018. It includes 17 amazing courses, programs, and resources specially created for multipotentialites, like you. If you bought all of these goodies separately, you would pay $1585, but you can snag it all for just $97 during this sale.
Hereâ€™s why you need to listen to this episode:
I know that from working with a lot of creative people, many of whom identify as a multi-passionate, itâ€™s easy to get overwhelmed. From having a hard time narrowing down the next thing to focus on, to feeling anxious about picking one thing (when it feels like it means youâ€™re saying no to the other things), it can be hard to put structure around the multi-passionate brain, and reign in all of those great ideas.
This week, four experts talk about creating structure that works for you, so that you can create and complete projects that align with your many passions. We talk about focusing on taking action, and not getting stuck before you start work, which in turn and enables you to work past the overwhelm, and get moving. By putting some simple structure in place, it means you have more room to play, to explore, and to bring some of your many ideas to life.
In this episode, Melissa Dinwiddie, Jamie Ridler, Emilie Wapnick and I talk about:
How to Be Everything by Emilie Wapnick on Amazon
Emilie Wapnickâ€™s website, Puttylike
Melissa Dinwiddieâ€™s website
Jamie Ridlerâ€™s website
Bird by Bird by Anne Lamott on Amazon
Refuse to Choose by Barbara Sher on Amazon