Personal Multiclassing

(Approximately a 1 min read.)

If you’ve played a role playing game – particularly Dungeons & Dragons – you almost certainly thought about what your statistics would be if you were a character.

Sure, whatever.

But have you thought about what levels you have, and in what classes? I’m pretty clearly a Cleric/Wizard/Bard multiclass of some kind, for example.

Aside from being a fun nerd discussion, what’s the point?

Because it’s an excellent tool to figure out where you’re at in your life, and to help you decide where you want to go from here.

Just like leveling up a D&D character, you get to decide how you are going to level up. You decide where you put those experience points. Nobody else. You.

And for my fellow gamers, thinking about classes and levels is something we’re already good at.

So get to it. Level up, already. We’re almost out of Mountain Dew and Cheetos.

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