How To Unleash Your Passion/ Motivation For Business

In this article, I’m going to talk about your passion, motivation, and any skill you want to learn right now.

You can unleash your passion and motivation (this is just my personal view), but you have to bare in mind, that you have a limited amount of motivation and passion, that you can distribute. The average person cares about Game Of Thrones, a popular TV show, and sports teams, and the big fight, in boxing.

I believe that their passions and motivations, are imprisoned in them caring to much about insignificant stuff. There are these big flashy games, and stories that we get entrenched in. We really live these stories, as if they were our lives. I really believe that people tend to live them, as if they were their own lives.

They care more about the stories, about the football  teams, about the boxing match, about the fiction, and Game Of Thrones, that they forget to invest as much passion and motivation in their lives. It’s not your fault, it’s no ones fault. You have a limited amount, and if you spend it on TV shows, and on the games, series, and football matches, and all that kind of stuff, you’re left with very little at the end of the day, and you don’t feel very passionate, or motivated. I’ll hear someone say something like: ‘I just wanna go to bed, watch TV, drink with my friends, and eat pizza.’

After that, good luck starting a business, it’s a skill that’s hard, with a plethora of skills that you need to learn.

You can unleash your passion, and motivation, so you’re really interested, and commit one hundred percent, with this one trick, that I’m about to explain.  Game of thrones, is designed to be addictive, it’s designed to be addicting with cliff hangers, and where you don’t know what’s going to happen next. The simple solution, is you Google all the spoilers. The books have been written, you Google the spoilers, and you know what’s going to happen. I’ve Googled all the spoilers, and I know everything that’s going to happen, until next season.

The same goes for the fight: right after it ended, I just Googled what happened, so I didn’t have to spend hours watching it.

For everything else, I do the same, I don’t want to be carried away in their story. I run a business, I want to have my story, my own success, and my own interesting experience about me. It’s not so much a narcissistic thing, it’s more because I want to achieve a bigger goal, and to do that it requires a lot of hard work, and for me to be passionate, and motivated as much as is humanly possible, for an extended period of time.

So I when I funnel it, into my own story, into whatever id do, even though it may not seem that interesting to some people: writing an article, or sitting at the laptop draining your brain onto a word file, it can be quite stressful, it’s quite hard. But if you’re really passionate and motivated about it, it’s great, you can get a response, people will start writing to you ‘thankyou I managed to get sales because of you.’

If you can unleash this, and implement this, it can do great great things for you. People who are the most motivated, have the most will power, they get the most out of life. So by all means, implement it. If you have any questions comment down below, and potentially I might even make a video on it.

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