A Path to Money, Meaning, and Variety for Multipotentialites with Emilie Wapnick – SASM 119

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You're about to Learn ...

  • Why money, meaning, and variety are the pillars of great multipotentialite work
  • Whether you’d make a better group hugger, slasher, Einstein, or phoenix.
  • How to give or do an interview as a multipotentialite.
  • Why embracing your plurality is a gift to the world.
  • How to turn “What do you do?” into “What are you doing here?”
  • Why a project-based life might beat the alternatives.

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Timestamps and Topics

  • [05:17] What’s happened since Emilie published How to Be Everything
  • [11:48] What it’s like to be a leader of the weirdos
  • [18:18] What drew Emilie to a two year book writing project
  • [21:24] Why money, meaning, and variety are the pillars of great multipotentialite work
  • [26:19] Details about four super-friendly multipotentialite work models
  • [34:15] How fear, guilt, and shame show up for Emilie
  • [38:30] How to hire and be hired as a multipotentialite
  • [48:00] Why embracing your plurality is a gift to the world

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