This week's question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions
for Life” comes from Brenda Calhoun.
I’m an entrepreneur and have been in business for almost 8 years. When I first began my business, I was full of fire and passion. I was excited to get out of bed every morning and I was really in love with what I was doing. Now I’m finding that my passion for this business is waning, and my sales are beginning to decline. While I still desire to continue in my business I’m wondering how much passion plays a part in its success. Can you weigh in here?
I’d love to weigh in. First let me say a few things about passion.
Passion is not something you “do”; it’s something you embody…it’s a way of being.
If you’re not passionate about what you do, your prospect will be less likely to hear your message, so it’s not surprising to me that your sales have dropped a bit.
Ask yourself if there’s anything about your business that you ARE passionate about, and focus in on that area.
Look at specifically what you’re not passionate about as well.
It could just be that it’s time for you to hire a team to take some of those tasks off your plate so you can spend more time being in your brilliance.
Do your best to tap back into that passion, but if it still seems like drudgery, it may be time for you to grow into your NEXT business and rediscover a new passion!
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