Be Careful chasing your passion.

Be Careful chasing your passion.

Do Not Chase Your Passion For Business Success

Do not chase your passion for business success. It may work out that the two can be the same, but be a little more objective when you start considering the type of business you may want to start. For anyone wanting to start a business, so much has been written about “follow your passion”. Most people should not rely on finding their passion, then trying to make that an economic business. Do not chase your passion for business success. You should work hard and collect skills. Chasing a passion is wayoverstated and I think kills many people’s motivation. The passion and joy will come from the business you create and the people you work with. Let life Be Your Passion

Let Life Be Your Passion

Most millionaires will state that their passion is enjoying life and their family, and their money was not made by chasing a passion, except maybe a passion to succeed. That seems to be the more common theme. If you are passionate about your desire to succeed, then you will work hard and look for or make opportunities for financial success. There are many, many different types of dull-normal businesses that you can do this through execution.

Your Successful Business Will Grow on You

Most of them do not mention their own business as one of their passions. That does not mean they do not love their work. But passion is a strong word if you have 100 passions they are all not passions but probably interests. Every millionaire I have met worked hard to succeed and very few were on the right path initially.
Mark Cuban summarizes in an article (Don’t Follow Your Passion, Follow Your Effort) he wrote:
1. When you work hard at something you become good at it.
2. When you become good at doing something, you will enjoy it more.
3. When you enjoy doing something, there is a very good chance you will become passionate or more passionate about it.
4. When you are good at something, passionate, and work even harder to excel and be the best at it, good things happen.
So stop trying to turn your passion into a business. Embrace or develop a passion to succeed and leave all opportunities open.
“There is no substitute for hard work.” Thomas Edison.

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