In today's episode, I'm talking about a video I watched in 2016 by Emilie Wapnicki which helped me to see how my multiple interests could be seen as a superpower!
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My backstory and how I came to find the video
Key vocabulary & a tiny bit of grammar!
What is a multipotentialite?
Some interesting points and quotes from the video
3 superpowers of being a multipotentialite
What can you do to manage your life when you are one?
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dive into something - do something with lots of passion and interest
something keeps you up at night - something stops you from sleeping
figure out (phrasal verb) - to find a solution for something
come up with something (phrasal verb) - arrive at a solution especially when pressured or challenged.
take on something - to begin to have or to do something
to be scattered - to be unfocused or disorganised
innocuous question - not harmful or offensive
to pivot - to change directions (usually used to describe career changes)
out of the box thinker - to think of things from a different or new perspective
tackle something - to find a solution or do it with passion and gusto
Puttylike - Emilie Wapnick
How could being a multipotentialite be an advantage to a team or project?
How could it be seen as a disadvantage and how could you overcome this?
Do you think the best teams make people who are specialised teamed up with someone who is a multipotentialite?