Jul 16 2013

How to Make Your Wanderlust/Job Hopping/Renaissance Soul Work For Your Career (in 3 easy steps!)

Renaissance Soul.




Call it what ya want, but when you feel you constantly like/have worked on/wanna work on All The Things, it could put a real gray cloud over the Career (capital C!) you’re yearning for.

Think you’ll never be taken seriously by a potential employer or client? Think again!

Click Play below to find out 3 Easy Steps to making your wanderlust/job hopping/Renaissance Soul work for you!

Can’t see the video? Head here to play it on Vimeo!

Stuff that can help ya with the 3 Steps:

  • learn how you’re not a freak – and how your particular Renaissance Soul thrives – by picking up The Renaissance Soul, Renaissance Business, Refuse to Choose, and/or adding Puttylike to your RSS feed.
  • not to toot my own horn, but The Declaration of You and Operation: Creative Career Cheer! were both made to help you uncover your purpose (and I should know, since I (co-)wrote ‘em!), with the former being more general let’s-get-clear-on-what-I-want-from-life and the latter being tied into career stuff.
  • If you’re looking to draw attention away from your job-hopping on your resume, I agree with the advice you’ll find here and here, and the posts in my Rockin’ Resumes board will really help you show off your strengths.
  • I’m also starting an online career change course this fall! You can sign up here for not only more info as it’s released (and first dibs on the course!), but also a free 10-part video series called How to Discover Work That Feels Like Play (in 10 easy steps!). I’m a Renaissance Soul – as are 97% of my clients – so the course will be super Scanner-friendly.

What do you think is a benefit to being a multipotentialite? What still feels like a roadblock? Comment below and we’ll get to chattin’ ’bout it!


Kat Can Paint

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6 Responses to How to Make Your Wanderlust/Job Hopping/Renaissance Soul Work For Your Career (in 3 easy steps!)

  1. Great video Michelle – Thank you for the additional resources :)

  2. Amy says:

    I’m SO excited about that word – multipotentialite!
    I have always felt that I lack direction because I am not passionate about just 1 thing but am good at and inspired by so many (varied) things. Need to start viewing this as a pro & not a con :)
    Thank you for your awesome & inspiring blog!

  3. Roseann says:

    Renaissance soul, multipotentialite? Those are two of the most beautiful words I have ever heard!
    Head shaking and failure are the usual reactions.
    Loved the video! You always know the questions to get my gears turning.
    This one, though, has me super inspired to get to work!
    Thank you,

    • michelle says:

      This makes me the happiest, Roseann. I super encourage you to dig into those Resources ASAP. Not to build it up too much, but they’re gonna be absolutely life-changing.

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