what do I want to be when I grow up?

I have just realised that I am a “multipotentialite”.

This is me. So many interests. So many short-lived enthusiastic hours spent learning something new. Throwing myself all in.

And so many critical thoughts about having the attention span of a chameleon, just being a specialist, and the worst fear – being a rolling stone and gathering no moss!

So this has come like a breath of fresh air to me. I am not alone. I happen to have been raised in a family of specialists.

It is rarely a waste of time to pursue something you are drawn to, even if you end up quitting

Emilie Wapnick

Embrace your many passions, follow your curiosity down those rabbit holes, explore your intersections. Embracing our inner wiring leads to a happier, more authentic life, and perhaps more importantly, the world needs us!

Emilie Wapnick