How Passion Fuels Your Freelancing Business
October 20, 2015
October 20, 2015
When you started out with freelancing you had a purpose. No matter what your purpose was, you had it. But to make good of your purpose, you’d need a lot more.
You have a purpose and you now have a focus. Perhaps, you will need some Nitrous Oxide for that acceleration? How about a rush in the progress your business ought to make? Why not ensure that whatever you are doing, you will want to do more of that? How do you ensure that you be at your best performing levels at all times?
Passion is the venerable answer. And here’s how your Passion for Freelancing Business plays out:
Passion is the fuel for your focus. This is the engine that can drive your success to unimaginable levels. It can bring out the best in you, no matter what you choose to do. Passion is a renewable, ultra-clean and an abundant source of energy which has been designed just to fuel “you”.
You don’t get passion at staples.com. You don’t get it in your neighbourhood malls and you certainly can’t borrow it from anyone. It has to well up within you. It has to be borrowed from the extremely abundant reservoir of energy and power your mind possesses.
Delving into your inherent strengths and bringing out the very best in your is a direct after affect of being passionate about what you do; that’s where entrepreneurship, begins to make sense.
Freelancing is something you took up because you had to and you needed this paycheck at the end of every month; you have mouths to feed and bills to pay. But you aren’t necessarily passionate about what you do at work, if you think of it as work.
Entrepreneurship has an underlying flavor of passion within, because it comes from choice. When you start a business, it has always been recommended that you start your business in spheres you are passionate about and know what you are doing and then you don’t start for the money.
If you are a freelancer, you’d want to see how you provide value to your clients.
If you are a teacher, you love teaching and you would like to spread knowledge while helping other people achieve great things — starting a tutorial, e-tutoring or even consulting could all be great business for you to start.
Since you love what you do, you are focused enough on doing something very specific and well-defined and you have the passion to keep you going — money is waiting to be piled up in your bank accounts. You get the drift, don’t you?
When you love what you do, passion comes automatically. When passion comes through, it is easy enough to stay focused and have a purpose. These are complex human dynamics and they are slated to remain that way. The best we can do is to try and understand that this strong interplay between these three traits makes for a great, show-stopping entrepreneurial material and is secret-but-secret formula for a roaring success.
These traits hold good for anyone who has got anything to do with wanting to be successful in any endeavor — sports, politics, Business, science and technology etc.
Obviously, those traits for your freelancing career too. How are you keeping up those passion levels? What gives?