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Dread. Angst. That feeling of just wanting to…disappear.
That’s how I used to feel anytime I was in a new social setting and someone asked, “So Marie, what do you do?”
My problem: I did a lot of different, seemingly unrelated things. And I never quite knew how to explain all that in way that didn’t make me look scattered and unfocused.
When Tanya wrote in struggling with the fact that she too is ‘multipassionate’ — I jumped at the chance to answer.Having multiple strengths & passions can be a tremendous gift, as long as you embrace it. Click To Tweet
If you’re someone who keeps switching your focus and everyone around you (including yourself!) fears you might be hopelessly confused, today’s show is for you.
In this video, you’ll learn six smart strategies to help you explore and do all the things you love, without looking or feeling flaky.
I’ve got to say, even if you’re not multipassionate…
What you’ll learn in this video is extremely helpful when you’re starting any new project, career or business. You’ll learn the value of positioning, and how to strategically own your narrative (both internally and externally) to set yourself up for success.
Once you’ve had a chance to watch, I’d love to know.
Do you ever feel like your multipassionate nature has made you feel or look flaky and scattered? How do you deal with it?
For bonus points, who are some other multipassionate people (besides those I mentioned in this episode) that you admire, living or not? Leave a comment and let me know.
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