Each person has their OWN definition of what THEY love, or whom they love, but the basis of all these lies within. This definition comes from the heart, that core of your existence that can spark emotions from others.
In a similar vein, there is or should be a unique essence that defines YOU or YOUR Business.
What is your Passion? What is your business Passion?
One of my passions is teaching students of all ages the art of dance. I show them how to embrace the JOY of dance and movement. Teaching technique is obviously very important, as is a business development plan to keep a steady flow of new students. But, in my opinion, even the finest technician or well-designed plan will not succeed without passion. Without passion in dance, there wouldn’t be a connection with your audience. Without passion in your business, the connection with your customers will fall flat…
Fortunately, writing is also a passion for me. I enjoy making correlations between teaching dance and real world experiences. I demonstrate how we can all learn about ourselves through expression in the arts, business, sports, or whatever legally fuels our desires. I of course am passionate about making dance an experience and inspiring others. However, I also enjoy helping others express their own true words by editing while retaining the “inner fire” of their own words. I find JOY in all of these things. One could say I’m a naturally “passionate” person.
Are you passionate?
Why is Passion so important in your life, family and business?
1. Passion stirs the emotion and creates opportunity.
2. Passion is ambitious.
3. Passion communicates.
4. Passion promotes enthusiasm.
5. Passion sells.
I believe that everyone, including you, possesses POWER for PASSION, as long as they tap into their inner heart strings and listen.
Ba boom, Ba boom…. Your heart is beating… faster, faster…
Listen to the rhythm of your heart. Seize the OPPORTUNITY. Get on the dance floor.
Find YOUR Passion. Use it as “fuel” for your business, your family, your life and YOU will find SUCCESS.