Good jobs are those where you look back and say, that was a great job. It’s often not until you leave that you realise that the position you had was where you thrived. Put it down to the colleagues, salary, work environment, location, responsibilities, or the fact that you could wear office attire, or jeans to work!.
What is Multipotentiality?
It can also refer to an individual whose interests span multiple fields or areas, rather than being strong in just one. Such traits are called multipotentialities, while “multipotentialites” has been suggested as a name for those with this trait.
By contrast, those whose interests lie mostly within a single field are called “specialists.”
Are you a Multipotentialite?
Are you filled with potential, and have a desire to accomplish multiple projects or pursuits?
We define Multipotentiality, as having many pursuits that lead us to our 'one true calling' that defines us.
For sustainable results, It's important that when you recognise yourself as a Multipotentialite, to examine whether your pursuits are simply short-term interests, or can be transformed into businesses or, an engaging career.
It's about understanding your unique makeup, having confidence in your abilities, getting knowledge, practicing discipline, managing capacity, timing and resources in order to execute your projects successfully.
Don't let your talent lay dormant. Know your potential and utilise it.
The Parable of the Talents
Are you that somebody who has one of the most interesting and exciting jobs of all time?. It all depends on what you measure it against and your passions and dreams will be what defines a great job. Apart from statistics, validation depends on what you measure it against and your passions and dreams will
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