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There are tons of different business models where money canbe earned… a lot of it.
You might as well choose a method and product that fits withyour values and interests. The truth is very few people areactually interested in Money.. they are interested in the freedomthat having enough money provides.
Personally I find currency interesting only for the imagery on thebills… yet the freedom that money buys me in life is priceless.
My passion is freedom…. not money. Yet money is a shorthand,a symbol of the “good life” to many people. I can make a lot ofof money assisting other people to lead freer, richer lives andhave more time with their families. Thats a lot of fun. Whileassisting others is probably not my dominant passion in life, itspretty high up there… which is a good thing… because its a bigpart of my livelihood.
I hope this clarifies the role “passion” plays in choosing anincome opporttunity (job, bizop, whatever).
When you find a passion for what you do for money, working onperfecting your skills becomes a pleasure, and “obstacles”are merely stepping stones to greater comprehension of thenature of what makes YOU happy.
The post author, Loren Woirhaye writes sales
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The Habit of Self-Sabotage
Almost all of us fall into self-sabotaging behaviours. The most successful people seem to have become so pro-actively self-awarethat they can nip such behaviours in the bud, so to speak.
This takes a lot of discipline. Perhaps thats why success is sooften referred to as a journey, not a destination. At every stageof accomplishment there are new challenges to be met, new skillsto be mastered. Leaving The “Comfort Zone”
When achieving a certain level of success, its easy to want to staythere, in our “comfort zone”, yet an immutable universal law seems tobe that maintaining success is challenging… we must continuallyimprove, and place ourselves in “growing” situations.
In this way income in particular is an indicator of success. You willnotice when you study (the career trajectories of) many successful people that they master a skill, attain a level of success, leave that playing field and start over in a new field where they are not much more thanbeginners. Who “Plays To Win”?
Back to “playing to win”… this is true.. and I have been challenged bythis myself in the past. Today I hire salespeople on a regular basis(I pay them
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Are you Avoiding Success?
It’s a loaded question. I’m qualified to ask it though, because at one time I could answer YES!
I did avoid success. I feared the responsibility of it. I feared it would change me for the worst. It hasn’t change me for the worst. Becoming successful in my business has enhanced the virtues I carry, and it will do the same for you.
If you are compassionate, it will make you more so.
If you are focused, it will make you more so.
If you are energetic, it will make you more so.
Success isn’t merely measured by money, its measured by how we take charge of our own lives and how we deal with challenges. Success is a journey.
Yet many, many people never really feel successful in their lives. Chances are even YOU don’t feel as if you are reaching your fullest potential. That is a good thing. Knowing that can assist you to become successful .
Here’s the secret – “successful” people never feel they have reached full potential, they always want to keep growing._______________________________________
Last night I was stung by a bee, on my right thumb.