You cannot make profit without passion. Here’s why!
By definition, your passion is love in motion. It is a meshwork of your pass-time, hobby, inborn talents, experiences, special skill, failures, success, learning or training. However, there’s a thin line between passion and expertise. You can be really good at something but it does not mean you feel passionate towards it.
Being passionate about what you do and simply being good at it are two different things. When you love what you’re doing, being its advocate becomes your second nature. You freely let yourself grow into it and share it with people naturally.
When you take the passion out of the equation, doing your job becomes a chore and being elusive to opportunities becomes your second nature instead. No matter how good you are at something profitable but you aren’t passionate enough to go the extra mile for it, your profit will be as good as your efforts (or lack thereof).
When paired with expertise, passion can easily radiate to other people through your words and actions. It may not be sooner than you want it to be, but in the long haul, you’ll attract the right people who align with your passion. When this is applied to your business, profit easily follows.
If you’re struggling to get started or profit from your passion, there are two things that you could do.
- Choose to do something that you’re already passionate about and be better at it.
- Shift and make sure what you’re doing is something you’re passionate about.
At the end of the day, it doesn’t matter what you’re passionate about or how little you start. When you put your heart into it, profit will eventually follow. It doesn’t happen overnight, but consistency is key.
Join Adam Lyons in his discussion on how your passion can be profitable. Watch the video below to learn more!
An important video for you to see about passion and profit.