Today’s polymath needs to be skilled in more than one area of life. For example, someone with skills in business development, digital art and programming might be considered a contemporary renaissance person.
While listening to the @post_status convo between @corymiller303 & @chrislema about combining independent products like @LearnDashLMS + @LiquidWeb + @KadenceWP into a suite where the beneficiary is the customer, let me think about a modern polymath cohort economy. Putting pieces together like a puzzle to complement competencies in order to deliver the best experience for…
Reminder to who needs to read this: Some days are ok-ish. Some days are bad as hell. Nobody has the right to question your feelings and sensations or compare it with your good days. It’s your battle not theirs!
Unpopular opinion: A modern polymath — also known as Renaissance person, Multipotentialite, Jack of all trades — is more likely to thrive in a global pandemic than a specialist in one domain of expertise.
There are variations in how human brains work. This doesn’t mean our differences need to be fixed or that we should stop trying to learn & grow. It just means we should all try to understand each other.
“What’s it like being neurodivergent?” It’s like being autistic, dyslexic, ADHD, or any number of other neurodivergent conditions.It’s living in a world that is not built for you.It’s feeling overwhelmed, misunderstood, and excluded.It’s hard. It’s also powerful!