Gifted multipotentialites have so many interests, so many passions and so many questions about how to manage it all. In this article, inspired by an InterGifted Community Q+A, our InterGifted multipotentiality expert Marion Kee shares her wisdom on making choices, setting priorities, dealing with grief, reigniting suppressed multipotentiality, finding community, and getting support as a gifted multipotentialite. … Read More
From Monday, May 20th till Friday, May 24th, InterGifted coach & mentor Marion Kee is volunteering her time and expertise for us in a week-long Q+A, in our InterGifted peer community. Any and all questions we may want to ask an expert on the subject of being and thriving as a gifted multipotentialite (AKA polymath, scanner or generalist) are welcome. They can be general about life as a multipotentialite … Read More
Starting in November, join our new Gifted Multipotentialites Group with Marion Kee where you will work on understanding multipotentiality; work on the common career, job, school, and relational opportunities and challenges related to it; and shape an exciting and balanced path forward for yourself as a gifted multipotentialite.
Gifted multipotentialites and other polymaths don’t always know which of their (many) interests and talents to follow, or how to combine them meaningfully, in a way that is consistent with developing financial stability. What should they do? Join our open Q&A this week on our Facebook page. InterGifted coach and mentor Marion Kee will be taking your questions and responding with tips and wisdom for addressing your own “gifted multipotentialite riddle”.… Read More
Living up to one’s gifted potential requires discipline and a strong work ethic against the temptation to “coast”. Trent Rhodes explores how he discovered, and we all can discover, a gifted work ethic that gives purpose and creative clarity.
Do your gifts thrive in your current job? In this article, Trent Rhodes shares his own personal journey to discovering how to make his gifts thrive at work. He also explores the difference between a job, a career, and a vocation, showing us how we can connect to our vocation while creatively mixing elements of job and career with it to form our own unique and rewarding gifted career path.… Read More
Many gifted people choose entrepreneurial career paths in order to accommodate their unusual working style and speed. But if you can’t or don’t want to take that leap, there are many things you can do to turn your traditional job in to a ‘mini-entrepreneurship’. In this article, Trent Rhodes shares how you can use your gifts strategically to move from being a ‘company employee’ to being a ‘company asset’ – one who creatively constructs a unique and satisfying career path from existing traditional ingredients.… Read More