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Are you someone with many talents and interests? Do you love discovery and variety? Do you enjoy solving problems? And do you get bored - even feel trapped - at a job where there’s no more to learn? If you answered yes, finding the right career has been discouraging. Let’s change that. I think I know you. In fact, I’m one of you. I call us ‘Scanners.’ Some people call us P Are you someone with many talents and interests? Do you love discovery and variety? Do you enjoy solving problems? And do you get bored - even feel trapped - at a job where there’s no more to learn? If you answered yes, finding the right career has been discouraging. Let’s change that. I think I know you. In fact, I’m one of you. I call us ‘Scanners.’ Some people call us Polymaths or Renaissance people, or TMA (Too Many Aptitudes) or just multi-talented. I wrote a book about us called Refuse to Choose. It’s been called "The owner’s manual for creative thinkers.” It’s a good book, full of career suggestions for every different type of Scanner I could find. But I knew there were even more great jobs out there in the big world so I asked all the Scanners I know, “What was the best job you ever had?” The response was fabulous! They’re still coming in! I hope they never stop! And the answers were so unexpected. They’ll get your thinking out of a rut right away. Here’s the first group of my favorite answers. They’ll give you fresh, unexpected ideas. If you need a bit of inspiration to find work that will be a joy for you, this is a great place to start!


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Are you someone with many talents and interests? Do you love discovery and variety? Do you enjoy solving problems? And do you get bored - even feel trapped - at a job where there’s no more to learn? If you answered yes, finding the right career has been discouraging. Let’s change that. I think I know you. In fact, I’m one of you. I call us ‘Scanners.’ Some people call us P Are you someone with many talents and interests? Do you love discovery and variety? Do you enjoy solving problems? And do you get bored - even feel trapped - at a job where there’s no more to learn? If you answered yes, finding the right career has been discouraging. Let’s change that. I think I know you. In fact, I’m one of you. I call us ‘Scanners.’ Some people call us Polymaths or Renaissance people, or TMA (Too Many Aptitudes) or just multi-talented. I wrote a book about us called Refuse to Choose. It’s been called "The owner’s manual for creative thinkers.” It’s a good book, full of career suggestions for every different type of Scanner I could find. But I knew there were even more great jobs out there in the big world so I asked all the Scanners I know, “What was the best job you ever had?” The response was fabulous! They’re still coming in! I hope they never stop! And the answers were so unexpected. They’ll get your thinking out of a rut right away. Here’s the first group of my favorite answers. They’ll give you fresh, unexpected ideas. If you need a bit of inspiration to find work that will be a joy for you, this is a great place to start!

30 review for 20 Great Careers for Multitalented People: Inspiration for Those With Too Many Interests

  1. 4 out of 5

    Janette Moeller

    Good quick read; lots of info! There are a lot of good ideas here. There are links to more info one each job description, and for every one of them, there is a person who explains how it works for multi talented people. Check out her other books and you tube videos, too! Excellent!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly

    If you’re a fan of Barbara Sher’s books, you’ll understand the context of this list of all different careers for those of us with a multitude of interests. :)

  3. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    Not even worth reading for free on Kindle Unlimited honestly. No format to it. No explanation for the jobs given. Made no sense. Just terrible.

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