Chapter Titles for the Multi-Class Manifesto
In his post "10 Nobel Laureate BAcked Steps to Finding your True Passion This Year (Even If You Have Way Too Many)" (found here: https://notepd.com/idea/10-nobel-laureate-backed-steps-to-finding-your-true-passion-this-year-even-if-you-have-way-too-many-yl5dj), @Mysteries describes "Multipotentialites" or "Scanners". People who have a wider variety of interests and struggle to balance them all (or maybe some have mastered that...)
I identify with these types and figured if I wrote a non-fiction book, it would be about that lifestyle and the sub-culture around it. The working title is "Multi-Class Manifesto" (Multi-classing in Dungeons & Dragons is when your character tries to be a Wizard AND a WARRIOR, for example). The book may never get written, but if I get the gumption, I can use this list of chapters as a map.
1. A History of Multi-Classing
Synonyms like dilettantes, dabblers, multi-passionate, Renaissance (Wo)Men, Jack-Of-All-Trades. Some examples of famous figures who fit the mould.
2. Benefits to Multi-Classing
Talk about diversity, cross-training, etc.
3. Drawbacks to Multi-Classing
Societal pressure to specialize. "Master of None", stress and inefficiency of context-switching
4. A Survey of Personality Tests
Myers-Briggs, Enneagram, EVO, Clifton Strengths...
5. Finding Themes in Your Passions
As pointed out in @Mysteries post, knowing yourself via a personality test will help you understand what common themes exist in your life, personality and tastes.
6. Analog Tools for the Multi-Class Individual
Bullet Journal, Planners, Vision Boards, Other Notebook, Journalling, ...
7. Digital Tools for the Multi-Class Individual
Trello, Evernote, NotePD, etc.
8. Tiering your Passions and Pursuits
Your passions/pursuits may have different levels of importance to your health, finances, family life, etc. and may need to be ranked and prioritized at different levels.
9. The Circle of Life
A passion/pursuit can die, and a new one can be born. What does it mean? How to cope.
10. In Conclusion
Summarize and Bring it Home