The Puttytribe: Support + Inspiration for Serious Multipotentialites
What if you could build a life around all your interests instead of limiting your passions, skills, and creative outlets for a “someday” that may never come?
As the Puttytribe founder and my business partner Emilie Wapnick says, there aren’t exactly a lot of resources out there for multipotentialites. So when the whole world is stuck in a specialist mentality, where do you go for support and guidance?
We and hundreds of our “puttypeep” (a.k.a. our members) agree that the Puttytribe is the place to be for multipotentialites of all ages, cultures, and experience levels.
Are You a Multipotentialite?
Do you bounce from interest to interest or job to job? Does your multi-passionate nature seem misunderstood by many of the important people around you?
Well, you might be a multipotentialite!
Press play on Emilie's popular TED Talk below or watch on TED.com to see why millions of people have been grateful to learn that they're not broken – they're simply an awesome multipod with super-powers.
The Puttytribe is ready for you when you're ready for us. So come connect with an intentional, curious, and down-right fun global group.
“One of the most important gifts I've received from the Tribe is much more clarity on how to pull together seemingly disparate careers/interests and better brand myself thematically. Or basically, how to not be paralyzed by the “So, what do you do?” cocktail question.”Wendy Wallace
Full disclosure: I'm biased for the Puttytribe because I've been a member since it's creation in 2012, have been running it since 2016, and will financially benefit if you end up joining.
You may also want to know that we have samurai craftsmen, extreme knitters, and the most diverse community of creative dynamos you can imagine.
“Before joining the Tribe, I felt very anxious, unsure, and alone. I had a lot of ideas and things I wanted to do, but I lacked the support and guidance to feel justified in putting them into action. The Tribe has been a huge help to me, emotionally and ambition-wise. Everyone I’ve met here has been super-supportive and very understanding of my ups-and-downs. It’s a safe place for me to express myself, experiment with ideas, and even admit when things aren’t going as well as I’d like. I credit the community with giving me courage to try my ideas and giving me space to grow as a person. I don’t think I could’ve gotten my Etsy shop open if not for the huddles and support I found here.”Leah Waig
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