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Her mistake, and one we make all too often.
At the point of boredom, is where the Tim Ferris SYSTEMS idea comes into play, setting up machine like robots to do the boredom.
As Emilie points out, multipotentialites learn how to bring their past experiences into a new thing, like her example of Nora Dunn took her piano skills to the typewriter.
I failed to set up systems, or machines to take over many of the experiences.
She points out the 3 skills of a multipotentialite:
Now in a post about BORROWING skills, or leverage...when I walk into a business, I acknowledge the false premise the business owner has, they think their business is UNIQUE. It isn't, but I come at them from THEIR direction.
You business is unique. Because I did not find my thing, what I was supposed to be when I grew up, and therefore, never grew up...
I bring all three of these with me, so I can quickly learn their business, adapt what I know to them through idea synthesis.
When I say her mistake, what I am really saying is MY, OUR and YOUR if applicable.
The reason I like her book, she gives some practical ideas which if combined with the idea of using systems and machine methods,
should allow people like US to maintain our diverse interests while gaining financial stability and freedom too.
I think I will combine her concepts with systems and SQ1 and maybe have something for those of us who don't know what the single thing is we want to be when we grow up...
we want to be EVERYTHING. And she says, why not? Or as Adam Sandler's little buddy in his movies might shout: (Rob Schneider) You can do it
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