Ep008 What is a Multipotentialite?

Daniel Ribeiro and Ivan Siladji explore what it means to be a Multipotentialite. You may have heard of the term renaissance, polymath or even ‘jack of all trades’, but what about a Multipotentialite? What is a Multipotentialite? What does it mean to be one? How do you identify as one? Better yet, could you be a Multipotentialite?

Daniel takes on an interview style approach to exploring the multipotentiality identity of Ivan, throwing questions his way to give our listeners a first hand look at what it means to be a Multipotentialite, what are the patterns to look out for which could suggest you are one and we approach those boundaries that may blur the lines between a multipotentialite and someone who’s just a quitter or compulsive procrastinator.

Dejan’s YouTube Channel – Dejan The Kidd https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMUDEMVOGNdEryPG-nqAaBA

Book Resources:

How To Be Everything by Emilie Wapnick https://www.bookdepository.com/How-Be-Everything-Emilie-Wapnick/9780062566669?ref=grid-view&qid=1573994176036&sr=1-3

From Ivan’s blog; Book Review: How to be Everything ivansiladji.com/2019/04/02/book-review-how-to-be-everything-by-emilie-wapnick/

TEDx Talk: Why some of us don’t have one true calling (Emilie Wapnick)


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Published by Journey to Wherever the Podcast

Journey to Wherever is a weekly podcast by two mates who also just happen to be brother-in laws, getting together each week to record discussions that shouldn’t be left unsaid. Daniel and Ivan discuss many topics from lifestyle, philosophy, parenting, life’s general hypotheticals and business & entrepreneurship. Each episode is sure to take you on a journey filled with laughs, debates and (maybe) tears. We believe that deep conversations facilitate ones quest to better understand ourselves and others on this journey to being greater humans. We hope this show provides you value and that our perspective has an impact on your own Journey to Wherever.

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