What does your intuition tell you about what you are best suited to do? Most of us know, but we sepnd a lot of time talking our way out it. We let family, friends, social and economic pressures and our own insecurities influence us.
Creating a business model that suits our personalities, enhances our strengths and develops a strong sense of self-confidence is not that hard to figure out. All you have to do is ask the right questions.
Take this challenge and see what you can discover. Create a series of questions like the ones below. Ask yourself questions that can only be answered yes or no. The answers need to come from your first impression. Don’t try to analyze them, just react.
Here are a few answers from my own experience with this game:
Am I a natural actor?
Am I suited to be a professional actor?
Will a corporate job give the the lifestyle I want?
Will copywriting as a profession give me the lifestyle I want?
Will producing seminars give me the lifestyle I want?
Will writing science fiction books give me the lifestyle I want?
Will producing writing seminars about writing sciene fiction give me the lifestyle I want?
Over the course of several days, a pattern emerges. What can you do best? What profession best suits your talents, skills and temperament? What kind of business model will give you a balance between your personal and professional life?
The first step in marketing is to know your product. The more you know about who you are, your strengths, and temperament, the easier it becomes, over the course of time, to design a lifestyle business.
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