The original saying, “jack of all trades” was deemed a compliment for a person with good broad knowledge and the ability to master the integration of disciplines. I love this description because it’s so positive and how I support my clients, but it hasn’t always been seen that way. This week, episode 122 of the Positively Living Podcast is about the benefits of being a jack of all trades!
In this episode of the Positively Living Podcast, my guest Mike Montague debunks the negative stigma around the phrase, “jack of all trades” and the often continued, “master of none” and gives you actionable steps to take right now to understand the benefits of the multi-passionate life and how you can use your vast experience as a path to success.
Mike and I cover the following topics:
Those who identify as multi-passionates, multipotentialites, polymaths, scanners–the ones who have broad knowledge and a desire to broaden it even more–have far greater potential for success than they may realize!
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