In a society that celebrates and elevates specialization and single-minded dedication, multi-passionate creatives can feel out of place, but in reality, they stand out. Their unique blend of talents and interests makes them some of the most creative and innovative people and potentially the busiest.
Unfortunately, traditional productivity approaches tend to be singular and linear, which isn’t a good fit for us. How, then, can multi-passionates honor their passions, achieve their goals, and avoid burnout when the approaches offered don’t apply to them?
This week, episode 174 of the Positively Living Podcast explains why multi-passionate creatives need a unique productivity strategy!
When you’re a multi-passionate, you possess a wealth of creativity and innovation. I know it can get you in trouble sometimes, but it’s also a set of superpowers you can lean into as you adopt a unique productivity strategy meant just for you.
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Ep 122: Benefits of Being a Jack of All Trades with Mike Montague
Ep 1: The #1 Tool to Achieve Productivity
Ep 163: The Big 5 Personality Traits: What They Mean for Your Productivity
Ep 73: [Strategy Call] Regain Momentum and Stay Productive with Stacy Kessler
Ep 124: [Strategy Call] Using School Themes to Time Block with Lauren Yee
Ep 125: [Strategy Call] Follow Up to School Style Time Blocking with Lauren Yee
Music by Ian and Jeff Zawrotny