Doing What You Love and at the Same Time Earn Some Money
A vocation becomes a vacation if you do what you love, and this is a saying that we heard all around. It is said that the time that you will invest in building up your wealth becomes effortless and less stressful when you enjoy what you are doing. There is a finding of a book that said that two thirds of millionaires are small business owners, and majority of them are in businesses out of doing what they love to do, have found a niche for these in the market and have excelled in those jobs thus becoming top performers in their fields. In order to make money out of the things you love to do, there are some pointers that can guide you to make it a reality.
The first step is to consider what you want to do by making a list of what you like to do and what skills you have for these. This is like your brainstorming stage and so you can have as many ideas as possible. It is better to not limit yourself to one field or industry, rather have these many ideas so can study the market later and look at combining skills for these ideas.
Your next step is to determine how you can monetize your talent or skill. As an example, a person loves to cook, he or she enjoys cooking for family and friends, and would like to make this love into a business. By identifying the skill, the person can further find ways to monetize it by operating a restaurant, or publish a cookbook, or offer catering services.
Your next pointer is to pick ideas and research in detail about the business you have chosen, and find time to talk to people who have the experience of the field.
Once you have the idea, you can try doing it on the side line first, and not quit your present job if you have one. You can start promoting what you are doing through your website or by word of mouth and other social media platforms. Becoming rich would start in making your business model works and making money from it, while you learn from your mistakes along the way.
Another pointer is to always brainstorm your ideas, learn how to make it work, see if it fits your personality and skills, your schedule and needs. The good thing about having several ideas is you can try another way if you fail in the first one.