Finding Your Passion
For Years, This Black Founder Learned an Uncommon But Essential Craft on the Side. Now His Creations Are Beloved By Celebrity Chefs — and Can Sell for More Than $1,000.
A chance encounter with a legendary knifemaker would lead Quintin Middleton, owner of Middleton Made Knives, to follow his long-time passion into business.
Embarking on the journey to personal wealth involves distinct phases, each with its unique goals. From covering basic expenses to securing one's future, giving back, and planning for heirs, these are the five stages of personal wealth.
I'm a leader at a multi-billion-dollar corporation, and I started a nonprofit with a fellow grad and our spouses in the second half of my career. Here's why seasoned leaders like myself are turning to the startup landscape to have a social impact.
Having made the transition from passion to profession in the publishing business (an industry that was itself nascent at the time) with her own company, the Dreamwork Collective founder has countless lessons to share.
How passion, persistence and discipline come together to make it happen.
You won't immediately reach your goals, but you will gain an advantage on the road to success.
From fine-tuning your "why" to broadening methods of engagement, ways of devoting time and resources to generate multidimensional success.
If you are an entrepreneur or on your way to being one, these are traits you will find in many successful entrepreneurs and quite possibly in your favorite super heroes.
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.
Ask yourself these key questions to figure out the right business for you.
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.
Focusing on intrinsic motivation offers a way to reframe career bumps and remain motivated.