If you don’t know what a ‘multipotentialite’ is. That’s okay because by the end of this you might realize you are one.About a year ago I watched this TedTalk.

A multipotentialite is someone with many interests and creative pursuits. – Emilie Wapnick from Puttylike

This idea has been in my mind since I heard it but I recently decided to really embrace it.

Creative passions come in steps

As of recently, I have really been struggling to make a video for my YouTube channel. Not because I haven’t had an idea for a video or time to make one. I just haven’t had the desire to make a video.

I’ve been spending time learning to develop the WordPress ecosystem. Which means instead of editing I’ve been writing code or learning how to code in PHP.

Although I am not perfect. It really has allowed me to recharge my will to make videos. I’ve also been able to accept that I can’t be a winner at all things.

Due to my acceptance that being a multipod (a term used to describe multipotentialite) I needed to really plot out my time more effectively.

Which is why I’ve committed myself to living under a detailed schedule for a week.

I figured that if I can do it for a week. I could do it for two weeks. If I could do it for two then I could change my ways and hopefully become successful.

For that looks like actually publishing things to my website, YouTube, and learning to code. Eventually, I’ll add some sort of audio project, for now, I feel like I had enough.

I know that I’m early in this project but since I started being diligent in writing down tasks and scheduling time. Yesterday, I recorded and edited a video which will I’ll release tomorrow.

I look forward to reporting how the project went next week.

Daniel Rubio

I'm a digital content producer. I believe everyone has the capability to inspire someone. I'm a husband and a father, a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, and a lover of tacos and coke.

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