You can have an average job and stay in an average relationship. This is what people without passion do, and then they wonder why they aren’t happy.
Life is too short to be average. Channel your passion and do something different!
When I was 21 years old I went to Taiwan to meet pretty girls and learn how to speak Mandarin. I did not know anyone in Taiwan when I arrived there (on a one way ticket) in May of 1995. When I came back to the United States nine months later I had thousands of dollars in my pocket, and had learned how to survive and thrive in a totally different culture.
I started my first business when I was 29, and then traveled all over the country to make it work. I had no safety net, no reliable paycheck from a boss. That business got me on national television (Shark Tank) and still provides a nice background income to this day.
Earlier this year I decided to get into the solar biz, even before any company would hire me I went out there and gathered leads. I had no idea what I was doing, but I felt passionate about using technology to make the world a better place.
Since March I’ve sold over $400,000 in new business. By the end of this year I’m going to crack $1 million. Right now I’m building a team of people who want to sell solar and make a six figure income.
I’m looking for people who are passionate about green tech.
But passion and energy should not just be present in your work, it should also exist in your relationships, even in your bedroom.
Staying in a ho-hum relationship that lacks passion is selling yourself short.