How to be Everything - Critical summary review - Emilie Wapnick

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ISBN: 0062566652, 978-0062566652

Publisher: HarperOne

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Everyone remembers being asked as a child – “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Emilie Wapnick would answer – “Everything.” In “How to be Everything,” she posits that one can create a successful career embracing all of their interests. Multipotentiality has its challenges, yet being aware of its distinctive features might help you to fare better.

Who wrote the book?

Emilie Wapnick is an author, career coach, and community leader. She also worked as a guitar player, web designer, videographer, blogger, and entrepreneur. He... (Read more)

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