Small Business Minute







Entrepreneurship is currently all the rage. It’s the Pot of Gold at the end of the rainbow. It’s the magic elixir that will fix everyone’s problems and so many people are spending hours daydreaming about the life they will enjoy once they get into business.

Unfortunately for the uninitiated, going into business is very hard work and for the most part the reality of being in business doesn’t come anywhere near your dreams.

So if you’re bound and determined that being a business owner is on your horizon, you need to have one important ingredient- Passion.

Passion vs Excitment

Now don’t confusion true passion with excitement. Passion is your secret sauce, your silver bullet. Passion will keep you going when all hope has vanished. Passion is that internal flame that keeps burning long after you would have normally packed it in and quit, excitement won’t do any of that.

Believe me when I say, there is absolutely nothing wrong with dreaming about being in business. I’ve started thousands of businesses in my mind and the beauty is, it cost you nothing, so go ahead and dream. But if you’re going to turn your dream into reality, just make sure you choose the right dream and that you’re passionate about it.

I’m Greg Weatherdon and this has been your Small Business Minute.

Copyright © Greg Weatherdon 2015

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2 comments on “Small Business Minute # 11 – Passion

  1. Mr.Alberto May 24, 2015

    Great short article Greg. I always appreciate the work that you do, specially being an entrepreneur (whose started thousands of business on my mind) and now running a business, your words resonate truth!

    Keep em coming good Sir!

    • gregweatherdon May 24, 2015

      Thank you Mr. Alberto for taking the time to comment. I’m glad you enjoy my writing and that they resonate with you.-Greg