Finally, there’s personal growth and career advice for multipotentialites, i.e., business owners with multiple passions & talents.
Emilie Wapnick’s Puttylike blog offers a fresh, contrarian voice for entrepeneurs tired of being told to specialize
If you’ve ever been called a Renaisance thinker, you’re probably a multipotentialite–Emilie’s term for those who possess multipotentiality (the quality of possessing multiple talents and passions), I encourage you to visit her blog and register to download her 26-page ebook, Invent Your Own Job: A Guide to Pinpointing that Awesome Business Idea. You’ll also receive her latest blog posts via email.
As a graphic designer who also likes to help others organize their ideas and write a book, (or a writer who loves teaching others about graphic design), I instantly resonated with Emilie’s message. I’m fascinated by her efforts to help others build a brand and a business that spans multiple abilities, interests, passions, and talents.
While you’re at Emilie’s site, you can also download her free (i.e., no registration)45 page Undeclared for Life Manifesto: A Plan of Attack for the Person with Many Interests and Creative Pursuits in Life.
Whether you’re a multipotentialite who wants to harness their multiple talents and abilities for business success and personal growth, or you’re simply looking for good examples of a successful personal brand-building blog and ebooks, you’ll find ideas and examples at Emilie Wapnick’s blog. And, please, share your thoughts and questions about building a niche-free brand as comments, below.