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Does the key to your real passion lie in what continually frustrates you?

Fri, 02 Jul 2010 18:20:59 +0000

I talk to business owners, executives and entrepreneurs all of the time and one of the key differences between those that are successful and those are not is their passion for what they do. However, finding your passion is not always as easy as it sounds. Too many times I have heard people that declare that their passion is this or that but all I hear is words and the real passion is missing. Passion, for me, isn’t about words it’s about enthusiasm, intent, desire, action etc. It’s more than words just said it’s something that can be heard in the tone of your voice, seen in your animated face, in your gestures…… This is backed up by Wikipedia, where passion is described as: Passion ( from Latin verb patior meaning to suffer or to endure) is an emotion applied to a very strong feeling about a person or thing. Passion is an intense emotion compelling feeling, enthusiasm, or desire for something. The term is also often applied to a lively or eager interest in or admiration for a proposal, cause, or activity or love. Passion can be expressed as a feeling of unusual excitement, enthusiasm or compelling emotion towards



8 Strategies That Successful Entrepreneurs Use to Solve Problems

Mon, 15 Feb 2010 12:53:05 +0000

There have been many articles written and research done (and our experience bears this out too) that says that entrepreneurs underestimate the problems they end up facing in building a business. This is very true.  And I think it’s a good thing.  You see, if we knew all of the difficulties of establishing a new business before we started, we might never try to launch one at all.  The same thing might be said about starting a family. However, experience has shown us that there that there are a number of things that can help when things get a little difficult. Here’s how a few successful entrepreneurs overcame the problems they initially failed to recognize: Having a clear strategy… Successful entrepreneurs focus on delivering their chosen goods and services and only that. They are not distracted by enquiries for cheaper goods or services. Don’t be hauled off-track by the attraction of ‘cheap’ money. Being and remaining flexible… There is only one situation in which successful entrepreneurs will abandon a strategy: when customers won’t buy it.  You’ve got to resist the temptation to be everything for everyone…but when the thing you are doing isn’t desired by anyone, change plans. Maintaining a