Even If It’s Working…Is It Worth It?

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It doesn’t make sense to build a business in order to have financial and time freedom to build the lifestyle I want, to still incorporate the parts of business that I absolutely hate doing.

Lately, I’ve been reading the book, Personality Isn’t Permanent, by Benjamin Hardy and he talks about having 2 different mindsets in business.

The first one is the passion based mindset. This mindset is seemingly more selfish because it asks, what can the world offer to me?

The second one is the craftsman based mindset. This mindset asks what is the value that I can offer the world?

In learning about these 2 mindsets, I’ve tried to look at my business and figure out what am I passionate about and what do I really want to spend my time doing?

Wish I would have had this insight 15 years ago because I could have avoided some mistakes I’ve made along the way.

Even though for most of us, 2020 has not turned out as all like we had planned, I’m still thankful for the lesson I’ve learned along the way. Even for the perceived failures that have happened, I count them as a blessing in disguise because it helped me learn what I love and am passionate about.

The last thing I want for anyone is to be stuck in a business you hate. So I hope you can find for yourself things that you are passionate about and then stop doing all the things you are doing that you absolutely hate. 

The bottom line is that the level of success you have in business is not the true measure of whether or not you should keep that as part of your business. You should only set yourself up to be doing things that you love to do and are passionate about.

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