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Being a Multi-Passionate is (mostly) a wonderful thing. We never get bored, we’re always coming up with new ideas, and we can wear a ton of hats at work without breaking a sweat. However, it can also feel really overwhelming to be a Multi-Passionate because with all of those ideas and miscellaneous interests, it can... (read more)
Sometimes you get one of those ideas. An idea that won’t shut up. An idea that whispers in your ear ever so sweetly and demands your attention riiiiight about the time you’re finally falling asleep. An idea that, when shoved in your metaphorical brain closet where you cram your ideas that you just don’t have time or energy for... (read more)
The first 20 seconds or so when you wake up are quite possibly the most blissful of the day. For a moment you forget where you are, maybe even who you are, and as your brain boots up, you slowly start to remember. With that remembering comes an influx of reminders from your conscious mind - the day’s agenda items... (read more)
For the first twenty-five years of my life, I was a goal-setting, box-checking freak. Not that there’s anything wrong with that, but it’s important to note. My first clear memory of this is at age 11 in the fifth grade, I wrote an essay and won a contest to be the Principal for the day. I did that not for the joy of false authority... (read more)
I’m a go-getter, a hustler, a productivity-loving efficiency psycho. A weekend spent entirely on the couch stresses me out, and an evening post-work without some sort of errand, networking event, or appointment seems like a waste of a perfectly good few hours. New Year’s Resolutions really turn me on, so much in fact... (read more)
I’ll admit it, I was once a “follow your passion” disciple. I believed that if you could just pinpoint what you were most passionate about in life, it would lead you to the promise land of work that felt like play, where the hours would just fly by and the paycheck was just the cherry on top... (read more)
I am not a patient person. When I took the StrengthsFinder assessment and got “Activator” as my top strength, there was zero surprise on my end. (The first line describing this trait is, “When can we start?” This is a recurring question in your life. You are impatient for action.”) When I make up my mind to do something... (read more)