Step 1 – Revisit your childhood. What did you love to do?
Revisit some of the positive activities, foods and events of childhood. What can be translated and added into your life now? How can those past experiences shape your career choices now?
Step 2 – Make a “creativity board.”
Draw on a white board or even a piece of paper, put the words “New Business” in the center and create a collage of images, sayings, articles, poems and other inspirations. Create who you want to become or what you want to create — your awareness and passion will grow.
Step 3 – Make a list of people who are where you want to be.
You don’t have to reinvent the wheel. Study people who have been successful in the area you want to pursue and add your unique spin to the idea.
Step 4 – Start doing what you love, you can even work for someone that is already doing it.
A lot of people wait until they have the money, the time, the skills — and their ideas never see the light of day. Go be around people that are already doing it.
Exercise 5 – Take a break from business thinking.
While it might feel uncomfortable to step outside of business mode, sometimes you just have to enjoy your passion, even if it does not make a profit.
Listen to a brief conversation between passion expert Gary Zelesky and Business Mentor Mickey O’Brien
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