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  • Hey, Marie.

  • Hey Greg.

  • What do you call a happy cowboy?

  • I don't know, what?

  • A jolly rancher.

  • Hey, it's Marie Forleo and you are watching MarieTV, the place to be to create a business

  • and life that you love.

  • So if you're wondering how to do all the things that you love without looking like

  • a flake, this one is for you.

  • Today's question comes from Tanya and she writes:

  • Hello amazing Marie and team.

  • I adore the show and how you make business fun.

  • You're a breath of fresh air in a stuffy business world.

  • Here's my Q. You went from the stock market to life coaching, dancing, workout videos,

  • to what you do now.

  • Like you, I'm multipassionate and I've had many different niches through my journey

  • in entrepreneurship, yet they all build upon each other.

  • I see my changing directions as a way to find my true calling, yet others just see it as

  • proof that I'm confused.

  • So the question is, how do you bridge from one thing to the other without looking flaky

  • to your followers?

  • Thanks, Tanya.”

  • Tanya, this is such a great question and I know in my heart that so many people that

  • watch the show can relate.

  • So we're gonna give you some actionable strategies in just a few minutes.

  • But first, for anyone who's new to that phrase multipassionate, that's a term that

  • I coined way back in the early 2000's because I was having a hard time fitting myself into

  • a conventional career box.

  • You know, there were so many things that I was pursuing like life coaching and dance

  • and fitness and writing and speaking and it was all under this umbrella of entrepreneurship.

  • But here's the thing, I constantly felt ashamed and self conscious when people at

  • parties would ask, “What do you do?”

  • That is when I came up with that term.

  • I'm a multipassionate entrepreneur.

  • And seriously, it was like the clouds parted and the angels sang.

  • The truth is, many of us have multiple strengths and passions but we never give ourselves permission

  • to explore and cultivate them.

  • But I've gotta tell you, some of our greatest cultural icons have.

  • A classic is Leonardo Da Vinci, the Italian polymath whose interest included invention,

  • painting, sculpting, architecture, science, music, math, engineering, literature, anatomy,

  • geology, astronomy, botany, writing, history, and cartography.

  • And sometimes he's even credited with the invention of the parachute and the helicopter

  • and the tank.

  • Then there's one of my favorite women of all time, the incomparable Maya Angelou.

  • Maya danced at a strip joint, then she ran a brothel, she mastered several languages,

  • published not just poetry but also advice books and cookbooks and children's stories.

  • She danced professionally, she wrote music and plays and screenplays and she received

  • an Emmy nomination for her acting in Roots.

  • And she was an activist who worked with Martin Luther King to organize the poor people's

  • march in Memphis, Tennessee.

  • And then, of course, there's James Franco: actor and director and visual artist and author

  • of a book of short stories, teacher at NYU, UCLA, and a high school.

  • And if you look him up on Wikipedia, the section onother projectsis real long.

  • So the question is, how do you make all the things make sense together?

  • Well, here are 6 ideas for you to consider.

  • Now, some might seem conflicting, so you just choose what is most relevant to you.

  • Number one is embrace your flake.

  • You've got to be real about your journey.

  • Just own the fact that you've enjoyed a very rich and diverse path and if you want

  • to keep experimenting with different ideas, just be real about that too.

  • Stop being ashamed of who you are, woman.

  • Whether you're just legitimately confused about what you want to do or you're just

  • genuinely interested in having multiple businesses or parts of your career.

  • You've got to own it.

  • You've got to love it.

  • You've gotta hug up on it.

  • Number two, position it properly.

  • So realize that you get to choose how you position anything, like who you are as a human

  • being and your journey.

  • You get to frame your experience both for yourself and for the world.

  • So what's the story you're going to tell?

  • Are you going to position your multi passionate nature as a strength or as a weakness?

  • As something that makes you fantastic or something that makes you a flake?

  • You can tell someone, “Uh.

  • Uh.

  • I'm not really sure what I do.”

  • Or you could tell someone, “What don't I do?”

  • Oh, she does it all.

  • She does all the jobs.

  • All of it.

  • Every single one.

  • Choice is yours.

  • Number three, I want you to play in private.

  • So you don't have to announce every time you're going to try something new.

  • That way when you say you want to switch to running a bakery you don't have to hear everyone

  • say, “What happened to training horses?”

  • Just because you can throw up a new website or start a new Instagram account in like 4

  • minutes does not mean you should.

  • And if you do, you don't have to put out a press release about it and tell the whole

  • world.

  • I mean, it makes no sense to tell everyone to look at you if you're not really ready

  • to be looked at quite yet.

  • In other words, play with yourself in private.

  • Number four, relish obscurity.

  • So chances are right now you are the most unknown that you'll ever be in your whole

  • career, and that's not a bad thing.

  • That's a good thing.

  • So use this time to make mistakes and just test stuff out.

  • Like, try random ideas.

  • You know, other businesses experiment, they do test market things all the time.

  • They do things on a very small scale with just a few people to see if a new idea or

  • product really has legs before they roll it out on a large scale.

  • So use this time when you don't have a huge audience watching your every move wisely.

  • Number five, and this is the big one, do not try and turn everything into a business.

  • Oh my goodness, this is the biggest one of all.

  • All of you, my multipassionate muffins.

  • Have hobbies and have passions that you don't try and earn a living from.

  • Look, you do not have to monetize everything you do.

  • In fact, you shouldn't.

  • And do not try and cram everything into just one business.

  • Not everything is going to fit together into a narrative that makes sense for customers

  • or for you, so don't force it.

  • Let some of your passions be just that: passions you do purely for the joy of it.

  • Number six, give zero ducks.

  • You know, I've got kids that follow this show now so while you might be familiar with

  • another word that rhymes with ducks, here we are sticking with ducks.

  • Tanya, it is time for you to stop giving so many ducks about what other people think.

  • In fact, I think you should give zero ducks.

  • You know, you said other people think that you're confused.

  • So what, my love?

  • If I cared what other people thought about how many things that I wanted do, I'd still

  • be stuck on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, getting taken to strip clubs, and

  • doing shots of woo woo at, like, 4 pm every day.

  • Sorry, kids.

  • You know, at the end of day, it is your life.

  • You've gotta ask yourself, are you happy?

  • Are you fulfilled?

  • Who cares what other people think then?

  • #GivingZeroDucks

  • Tanya, that was my A to your Q, clearly this is a topic that I personally relate to so

  • I really do hope it helps.

  • And next time you find yourself feeling uncertain and scattered, remember this: one of the biggest

  • keys to success is giving zero ducks what other people think.

  • Now I would love to hear from you.

  • Have you ever felt that your multipassionate nature has made you appear flaky or scattered?

  • How did you deal with it?

  • And for bonus points, who are some other multipassionate people that you admire, whether they are living

  • or not?

  • Now, the best conversations happen after the episode over at MarieForleo.com and it's

  • a beautiful place, so go there and leave a comment now.

  • And once you are there, be sure to subscribe to our email list and you will become an MF

  • insider.

  • You'll get instant access to an awesome training called How to Get Anything You Want

  • and you'll get exclusive content and special giveaways and some updates from me that I

  • do not share anywhere else.

  • So stay on your game and keep going for your dreams because the world needs that special

  • gift that only you have.

  • Thank you so much for watching and I'll catch you next time on MarieTV.

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  • Side effects include enlarged profits.

  • She does it all.

  • Well, here, watch this.

  • Watch how flexible I am.

  • I'm getting an ab workout while I'm working.

  • Am I crazy?

  • Nuh uh.

  • I'm intellectual.

  • Ok?

  • Oblique, oblique, oblique.

  • I can't concentrate.

Hey, Marie.

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