Combining Several Interests Into One Career

May 14, 2013

Have trouble choosing one interest to revolve your job or business around? Want to create a career that involves several of your passions?

Emilie Wapnick of Puttylike and Michelle Ward of When I Grow Up have come up with a super idea for those of us cobbling together a career from a variety of interests: a package they’re calling Multi-Passionate Must-Haves.

Image: Life is Messy Bootcamp

One of the resources in this bundle that I’m psyched to get my hands on.

They’ve bundled together 26 hand-picked books, courses and resources that will help you ROCK the multi-passionate lifestyle. These resources are by popular creators like Jonathan Mead, Natalie Sisson, Pam Slim, Srinivas Rao and yours truly — my guide, How to Take a Career Break to Travel, is included.

Click here to grab the bundle.

If you download these resources separately, they’d cost you more than $1,300 — but Emilie and Michelle are offering them for just $97. Only for three days though! The offer ends Thursday, May 16 at midnight Pacific. Don’t say I didn’t warn you =)

If you download the bundle, here’s a bonus

Because I want to see this project succeed, I’m throwing in a freebie: an hour-long Google Hangout brainstorm with me.

The brainstorm session — 60 minutes when we can talk about whatever you want and you can ask me whatever your little heart desires — will happen next Wednesday, May 22 at 8pm EST, and anyone who downloads the multi-passionate package will be invited. That means if you’re the only person to sign up, it will just be you and me.

More realistically though, a least a handful of us will be hanging out together, which means you’ll also get an opportunity to introduce yourself to a few fellow go-getters. (The whole idea of the brainstorm is to have personal interaction, so if more than 15 people sign up, I’ll add another time slot and give you a choice of which one to attend. We might also move it to a conference call if we’ve got a small crowd that would overwhelm Google.)

If you want to take advantage of this opportunity, simply forward your receipt of purchase to alexiskgrant[at]gmail[dot]com.

Here’s the full list of resources included in the multi-passionate package:

  • BYOB Build Your Online Business Guide by Natalie Sisson ($37)
  • Pitch Perfectâ„¢ Pack by Dyana Valentine ($57)
  • The Creative Ignition Kit by Melissa Dinwiddie ($37)
  • Renaissance Business by Emilie Wapnick ($49)
  • Productivity for Multipotentialites by Michelle Nickolaisen and Emilie Wapnick ($67)
  • Operation: Creative Career Cheer by Michelle Ward ($37)
  • Social Media Rehab by Tiffany Han ($59)
  • Reclaim Your Dreams by Jonathan Mead ($47)
  • Life is Messy Planners by Mayi Carles ($40)
  • Creating Your Own Mastermind Group by Jen Louden ($100)
  • The Declaration of You by Jessica Swift and Michelle Ward ($57)
  • The Comparison Cure by Kylie Bellard ($15)
  • Ethical Selling that Works by Pamela Slim ($97)
  • Help, I Need More Time! by Bev Webb ($46)
  • How to Describe the Indescribable by Alexandra Franzen ($17)
  • The Art of Earning + The Art of Growth by Tara Gentile ($40)
  • Spin Your Story by Amanda Oaks ($10)
  • The Joy Equation by Molly Mahar ($147)
  • 52 Weeks to Awesome by Pace & Kyeli ($52)
  • The Right Brain Product Development Playground by Jennifer Lee ($97)
  • How to Take a Career Break to Travel by Alexis Grant ($29)
  • Small Army Strategy by Srinivas Rao ($2.99)
  • The Kick Burnout Kit by Michelle Nickolaisen ($17)
  • The Yearly/Weekly Planner Bundle by Michelle Nickolaisen ($23)
  • The Courageous Living Program by Kate Swoboda ($125)
  • The Momentum Kickstart Kit by Charlie Gilkey ($47)
  • Guerrilla Influence Formula by Tyler Tervooren ($49 value)

Who’s in?

Here’s the download link once more.

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    3 Replies to “Combining Several Interests Into One Career”

    • Elena Peters says:

      Hi Alexis!
      With your post on multi-passionate careers, you hit a nerve with me. Thanks for sharing the book package as well as introducing me to Emilie Wapnick and Michelle Ward.
      I stumbled upon your blog and website only a little while ago, but absolutely love your newsletter that I find jam-packed with useful information. I was wondering whether you had any advise on combining multiple passions that don’t necessarily apply to the same target groups. For example, your niches of travel, writing, and entrepreneurship go great together! But if you were passionate about, say, cooking or gardening as well, how would you incorporate those? Would you try to mix them in with your existing portfolio or, e.g., build up a new niche with a new target community for each chunk of passions that don’t seem to go all that well together with your main focus?
      I’d love your thoughts on this!
      All the best and happy growing and building,

    • Sandra says:

      Hey Alexis, just so you know the payment link is broken.

    • Sandra says:

      Ah wait nevermind I missed the part about it being a limited time offer 😀

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