Follow Your Passion – Start A Business

How far should you follow your passion?

In a bad economy, savvy entrepreneurs can capitalize on low overhead costs, cheaper commercial leases and advertising

More people are unemployed. There are more spaces for rent. Advertising is cheap. This is a perfect time to start your own business. To put it in a different way, a bad economy is the perfect time to fail a business. You don’t have to invest so much money. There will be more qualified and unemployed people for you to choose from. And you get to do what you love.

A failure could be a great learning experience that will bring you closer to your dream. Yes, even failures can help people realize their dreams. Not everyone knows if their passions are their true calling or just an idea that someone embedded in their minds. A failure can open your eyes. Consider this option if you are unmotivated.

  1. March 30th, 2009 at 21:41 | #1

    From failure you can find success. A few months back I think hit rock bottom and it really made me analyze myself, where I wanted to be and what my passion was. I really believe that by hitting rock bottom it’s helped propel me and and discover my passion.

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