Work hard, play hard…
That’s a reality that most entrepreneurs will never get to live. Why? Because half of the time, we’re doing a ton of work we don’t like, in a way that’s not even favourable.
For most of us, the reality is,
Work hard…work harder.
The idea of building a business and making money has gotten so serious that most of us now do it with frowns on our faces. And half the time, we’re asking ourselves, “When the heck is this money going to start coming in?”
The truth is, business doesn’t always have to be that serious.
The problem with most people in business is that we focus on the money first, instead of the value we can give. This should actually be the other way round.
Everyone, no matter how dumb you think you are, was born with a free gift or talent.
That gift was given to you as a resource, something that you could play with and find satisfaction doing.
Michelangelo knew the gift he had and used it to create artistic masterpieces. Even Beethoven turned his misfortune into a gift by doing the impossible with music. You shouldn’t be left out either. You should use your talent as your primary resource for making money.
But here’s the problem…