Follow your passion, or…
That’s a phrase shared around the marketing world a lot these days. Follow your passion. I’ve heard and read many interesting opinions on it…two main ones in particular.
One side says you need to “follow your passion” and you’ll be able to create a business you love. The other side says you should focus on serving others, regardless of where your passion lies, and when you gain success, you’ll increase your passion. Is the first one right? Or the second?
Passion for an idea or a way to serve others can fuel your desire to keep going even when things don’t take off right away. When you don’t have passion for something, it can sometimes feel like a chore more than anything. And you certainly don’t wanna drag your boots through the mud as you dread the day. That’s a recipe for a bad mood to say the least.
Follow your passion to serve others.
Keep in mind, as you find a way to serve others well, that can make you successful. And success fuels passion. I promise.
When you see how your skills and talents and ideas help others achieve their dreams, your passion will grow. As your passion grows, so will your business and your success. Before you know it, your passion will be following you. From project to project. And from where you are now to where you wanna be.
So, when you see or hear some saying you need to follow your passion, and some saying serve others first…
As you serve others and your passion increases, you’ll discover you need systems and processes to help you build your business even better. That’s where I come in. I can help you have more money, more time, and more freedom…and more passion.
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