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Finding Your Passion
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Once you've discovered your "why" and honed in on your passion, the real work can begin.
Saying you're multi-passionate is really just a procrastination excuse -- an excuse that keeps you from fully committing and moving forward.
Blindly following your passion is a recipe for financial disaster. But if you learn just a little bit about how business and passion fit together in the modern age, you can realistically monetize the things you care about.
In her advice column for 'Entrepreneur,' Brit Morin offers tips on figuring out your passion, matching that passion with a real world business need, and how to be sure your fledgling business idea has wings.
And how one travel entrepreneur did it himself.
Attorney Dennis Carrion on the Art of Negotiation, Championing the Injured, and Following Your Passion
'Don't let anything or anyone sidetrack what you know is right for you,.'
A folk tale about an old-timey gold prospector may help you figure out who you truly want to be.
Peter Voogd says stick to your values and know your strengths if you want to live to the fullest.