Are you holding back from starting your business because you’re afraid to pick the wrong idea?
As a multi-passionate, you have so many passions and skills you could turn into a business already – and a dozen more new shiny ideas popping into your brain every day.
You know you can make money with any of them. You also know, deep down, you’ll likely soon get bored with whatever you pick.
And that puts so much pressure on you to get it right from the start. You don’t want to invest too much time and money in an idea that you’ll abandon a few months from now.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could tell from the beginning if an idea has no future? I’m no fortune teller, but, from my personal experience and the experience of my clients and friends, I’ve identified some common warning signs that a business idea isn’t right for you.
Today, I’m going to share these 3 warning signs with you, so you too can avoid a costly mistake and put all your efforts, from the very beginning, into building a business that’s aligned with your multi-passionate nature, your passions (plural), and the lifestyle you want to live – oh and that’s profitable, too.
IN THIS EPISODE
- Why monetising a skill you’re great at is bad advice for multi-passionates.
- The one thing your business idea needs to be successful and profitable.
- The best business model for multi-passionates (with examples).
- The business phase everyone wants to skip (and why it’ll sabotage your business if you do).
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“Multi-passionates love to learn new skills, but the moment we master them, the moment we know everything there is to know about a subject, the moment it becomes too easy, we get bored and are ready to move onto the next venture.”
“Why would you have so many passions and talents if you were meant to choose only one? Makes no sense. You’re multi-passionate for a reason: you’re meant to use all your treasures to make an impact in the world.”
“Forcing yourself to stick to a niche business will never work long-term. You may get the money and fame, but you’ll always feel like you’re settling, like there’s a lot more you need to be doing with your life – because there is.”