Watch “Why Some of us Don’t Have One True Calling | Emilie Wapnick | TEDxBend” on YouTube

So much this!!

We’re not all built the same and it’s just as true when it comes to careers and interests. Some of us are specialists who only want to focus on one thing, others love many things and work best when embracing it all. Yet the world believes we all can only do one thing as a career and that’s that.

How about a big fat NOPE.

Emilie Wapnick is bang-on about multipotentialites and how YES it’s ok to want to do more than one thing, that YES it’s normal, and that the world DOES need to recognize and accept that multipotentialites are necessary for the world to work wonders.

Please watch and share!

https://youtu.be/QJORi5VO1F8

Why Some of us don’t have one true calling

This. So much this!

Too often those of us who have more than one passion in life are shunned or told to pick just one thing to do and love. This woman reminds us that it’s great to have people with diverse skills and passions and that it should be nurtured, not shunned, for great things to truly happen.

Multipotentialites exist, we are not alone.

Please watch, and definitely share; this is a message worth spreading!

https://youtu.be/QJORi5VO1F8

Learned Helplessness: A “Plague” Everyone Needs to Heal From

This. A thousand times this.

Everyone has experienced learned helplessness, the feeling that you can’t do it on your own, that you need someone else to get you where you want and need to be. Most people feel this way. It’s hard not to with the way our world works nowadays, where it’s “all about who you know,” your relationships, and your “connections.” But after watching this, it made me realize that people are going about it the wrong way.

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No Subject? No Problem

Finland’s updating their approach to how kids are taught in school in the most perfect of ways: they’re getting rid of “subjects” altogether and instead teaching “topics.” What does that mean when stepping into a class?

No more 1-2 hour-long classes where the teachers drone on about just history, or just math, while your eyes glaze over in boredom. Instead, during one class, kids will be taught several connected themes, such as a mix of maths, languages, writing skills and communication skills when studying “cafeteria services” as a vocational course.

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