Yes, you’re a creative writer. And you don’t need a niche.

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Freelance Writer. Content Marketer. Nonfiction Book Author. Novelist. Short Story Writer. Poet. We love to compartmentalize everything. And if having a name for the type of writing you do weren’t enough, people want to categorize even further. Oh, you’re a freelance writer? So what do you write about? Oh, you write nonfiction books? What subject? … Read more

Why multipotentialites make great freelance writers

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Multipotentialites, scanners, polymaths, renaissance people, MultiTalented people. It’s only fitting that those with multiple interests don’t agree on a single name to call themselves. We defy categorization; we don’t have a single answer to “what do you do?” and we live for learning opportunities in various fields. Multipotentialites have great personalities to excel in a … Read more

This Site Is Kind of Hypocritical… (not really)

Prior to starting this site, I had a prominent question in mind: isn’t this idea somewhat of an oxymoron?

I love Barbara Sher and Emilie Wapnick’s work, but in essence, they are promoting multipotentiality and multi-niching, while working in just one niche (from what I can tell).

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Are you MultiTalented? Or Do You Have ADHD?

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Recently, I shared a post about how I like to read several books at once. I like to do all kinds of of things at once, really. That’s part and parcel of being a scanner and MultiTalented Writer. But for some people, there’s more than just being a scanner at hand. No one likes to talk about it, but sometimes, mental health issues may be involved.

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