Embrace your path: Why having Multiple Careers is Beneficial

According to recent psychological discoveries, multitasking is harmful to the brain. This effectively indicates that everything we’ve learned about multitasking at work is a fantasy backed up by no solid evidence. The reality is, and perhaps always has been, that you can only do one thing well at a time. As a result, all notions concerning juggling many occupations may be made up. But how do some people manage to do numerous tasks well simultaneously? At some point, the pressure might become too great, so many people who begin working several jobs find it challenging to keep up. However, if you’re set on working numerous jobs, look into the lives of others who have done it successfully.

Phillip Sanders is a well-known American songwriter and country music singer, but he’s more than that. He’s also known for being a successful entrepreneur in the clothes, wine, and fragrance industries and a commercial oil and gas investor. He started off as a musician in 2016. In 2019, he published “Never Thought I Could Change,” a duet with Curt Ryle, and “With Her I’am,” which charted at #10 on Joyce Ramgatie’s top 40 singles chart. He actively focuses on his Graciano Collection, Ltd. clothing line and a perfume line. It’s been challenging for him to combine his music, entrepreneurial, and private life, but he’s figured out that it is worth the struggle over time. He believes that pursuing different professions or even jobs is advantageous for various reasons, 

  • A way to lay a solid foundation 

One path can often serve as a springboard for another, allowing you to obtain valuable experience that will eventually propel you toward a different professional goal. For Example, Phillip’s work as a musician allows him to present lively and heartfelt country music, and his work as an entrepreneur opens multiple opportunities for him.

  • Pursing diverse interests becomes possible.

Don’t get me wrong: doing many things is difficult, but it can also be quite rewarding. Why not use the fact that we can manage a company, work a day job, and work remotely at night if we want to? If you can strike the appropriate balance between working what pays the bills and pursuing your passions, you’ll feel like you’re seeking the profession of your dreams, even if it’s unconventional.

  • You can travel the globe. 

Different occupations are appreciated in different ways around the world. If you want to work in other parts of the world, having diverse talents will help you land the job and make your overall integration into the country much more accessible. You might discover that a skill set you have that was entirely underestimated in the United States is valued highly abroad. 

If you talk to people in multiple areas, you’ll notice that most professional paths are not straightforward and that each person’s journey is unique. This is normal—and it’s a fantastic thing that opens many doors.