MULTIPOTENTIALITY.

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#Multipotentiality is the state of having many exceptional #talents, any one or more of which could make for a great career for that person. Gifted children often,  have multipotentiality. Their advanced intellectual abilities and their intense #curiosity make them prime candidates for excelling in multiple areas. This can be both a blessing and a curse.

Fisher notes, “Multipotentiality” is the state of having many exceptional talents, any one or more of which could make for a great career for that person.

What is a Scanner?

Scanners love to read and write, to fix and invent things, to design projects and businesses, to cook and sing, and to create the perfect dinner party.

A Scanner might be fascinated with learning how to play bridge or bocce, but once she gets good at it, she might never play it again. One Scanner I know proudly showed me a button she was wearing that said, “I Did That Already.”

To Scanners the world is like a big candy store full of fascinating opportunities, and all they want is to reach out and stuff their pockets.

MULTIPOTENTIONALITY.

IMPORTANT SKILLS POWER:

1)IDEA SYNTESIS AND INNOVATION

2)RAPID LERNING

3)ADAPTABILITY, WITH PASSION, CURIOSITY

Very often modern companies are not ready to have the Creatives talented,
but certainly people want multitasking, paying as a single role.

 

Some of the most famous multipotentialites throughout history:

Leonardo Di Vinci

Thomas Jefferson

Benjamin Franklin

René Descartes

Isaac Newton

Aristotle

A few modern day examples include Oprah Winfrey, Steve Jobs and Tim Ferris.

 

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