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Ignite Passion for Your Work and Thrive

Passion Stimulates Value & Success If you have dreams, goals, and aspirational things you want to do with your life, go for it! Associate with people who will add to you and your goals versus take away from them. Get away from those folks that don’t support your idea, and surround yourself with people who […]

Passion Stimulates Value & Success

If you have dreams, goals, and aspirational things you want to do with your life, go for it! Associate with people who will add to you and your goals versus take away from them. Get away from those folks that don’t support your idea, and surround yourself with people who encourage, who motivate, and who inspire. Otherwise you’re moving backwards and you’re never going to achieve your goals. Below are a few tips to help ignite passion:

Product Value: If you’re an entrepreneur or a business owner, whatever it is that you’re selling to people, whatever it is your product is supposed to do, make sure it does it. Whatever your services, make sure you provide that service well. You’re always going to have some chronic complainers and people who are unhappy.  You can always try to be selective about those with whom you do business .

Positive Business Partners: These are just some pointers and things I’ve learned. I know them because I see them as a business woman and as someone who is the CEO and founder of a very successful company. There are bad apples everywhere. Negative people might not want to see you succeed. They may envy your talent. They see great things in you, but they don’t want you to achieve success.

Good Fits: On another note there are customers or potential customers who are not the right fit for your product, your business, or your service. Detect that and detect it fast. If you don’t, it will keep you from getting to where you’re supposed to be.

Deliver: My main point is to care and have passion about the products and the services you really want to deliver. Sometimes people bring their trust issues from being burned somewhere else, and it makes it a little bit difficult to be mindful. Be able to determine and drop those trust issues somewhere else.

The Real Deal: Not everyone is the same. We are living in a world where some people care only about money. However, there are those who really care about what it is that they do. When you encounter the real deal, be able to realize it. Detect that as a consumer.

For those who have dreams and aspirations, find those who will support you. If they don’t know how to support you, at least they’re cheering you on. If people are standing in the way, tell them to get out of your way. Or even better, don’t tell them to get out of your way. You move away from them and soar higher.


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