A colleague and dear friend emailed Emilie Wapnick's recent TedX Talk to me yesterday.
At age 65, my friend is an executive résumé writer and career coach with a more-than-interesting professional history.
Indeed, she began her résumé writing practice after at age 50 after stumbling into contingency recruiting three years earlier.
Prior to that she earned a PhD and an MBA in unrelated fields, ostensibly for the joy of it, and before that, she grew up studying the organ! We bonded over J.S. Bach, love him or hate him, as I studied the piano for many years myself.
Like so many who spend their 75 to 90ish years on the this planet smearing together the humanities and the sciences, this TedX talk resonated with my dear friend.
It's worth the 15 minutes you'll spend watching it and challenging yourself.
Are you a multipotentialite? If so, what the hell are you doing about it? If not, are you giving room to those who are?