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He singles out for His mercy whomever He wills, Allah is possessed of abounding bounty. (Holy Quran 3:74)

اپنی رحمت کے لیے جس کو چاہتا ہے مخصوص کر لیتا ہے اور اس کا فضل بہت بڑا ہے

Legend Muhammad Zeeshan Arshad

Multipotentialite / Renaissance Man

Multiple Roles, Talents, Abilities and Skills


  1. Freelancer
  2. IT Professional
  3. Web Developer
  4. Web Designer
  5. Teacher
  6. Motivator
  7. Women Coach
  8. Content Curator
  9. Guardian
  10. Typist
  11. Videos Creator
  1. Growth Hacker
  2. Gamer
  3. Dreamer
  4. YouTuber
  5. Video Editor
  6. Troubleshooter
  7. Problem Solver
  8. Film Producer
  9. Creative Director
  10. Camera Man
  11. Games Reviewer
  1. Multi Blogger
  2. Story Writer
  3. Story Teller
  4. Creative Writer
  5. Lyricist
  6. Thinker
  7. Researcher
  8. Freelancing Consultant
  9. Life Coach
  10. Digital Marketer
  11. 1-1 Mentor
  1. Entrepreneur
  2. Nature Doctor
  3. Mindset Changer
  4. Martial Artist
  5. Speaker
  6. Debater
  7. Communicator
  8. Wireless Healer
  9. Spiritual Scientist
  10. Spiritual Counselor
  11. Intuitive Psychologist

How Wikipedia Describes This Personality


Multipotentialite

"Multipotentiality is an educational and psychological term referring to the ability and preference of a person, particularly one of strong intellectual or artistic curiosity, to excel in two or more different fields."

~ Wikipedia

Renaissance Man

"The term Renaissance man or polymath is used for a very clever person who is good at many different things. The idea comes from a time of history called the Renaissance which lasted from about 1400 to about 1600. One of the most famous people alive during this time was Leonardo da Vinci."

~ Wikipedia

Slash Careers

"Having multiple careers is the growing trend in the late 20th century and early 21st century whereas a career comprises the work activities that can be identified with a particular job or profession These multiple careers can either be concurrent or sequential. Both may occur for different reasons."

~ Wikipedia