Dancing Soothes The Savage Beast!
I love music and I love to dance. Many people know this about me already. I am passionate about music and about my dancing. This past Friday I went out dancing and I was literally on the dance floor from 8 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. Non-stop!
It drives me, it’s replenishes me and keeps me sane. Dancing soothes the savage beast within me! 😉
I’m so passionate about my dancing that I will not give it up even through major events in my life. Why? Because this passion touches me deep down in my soul. Music and dance moves me like nothing else, outside my children and family.
When I work, I dance. I dance in my head when music is playing in my car. I create dances in my head whenever I hear a good beat. I hear music when I walk and I’m always creating dances as I move and breathe! It’s naturally within me – passion for dance and music.
I’m so passionate about it that we travel around the United States for big dance conventions. I’ve performed I’m so passionate about it and when I was working on my Masters, my passion kept me sane as I juggled a life, a job, small children and obtaining an education!
Connecting Your Passion To Your Business
Soooo what’s the connection to business you might ask? It’s about PASSION! Passion for life, passion for dance, and passion as an entrepreneur for your business!
I am as passionate about my business as an entrepreneur as I am with my dancing! As an entrepreneur, I constantly want more and drive to get better results…to be the best!
My brain is always in ‘entrepreneur’ mode. I’m always thinking of ways to do it better.
Blog topics always come into my head from the weirdest thoughts and how I can relate them to something positive in blogging and about business.
I’m always thinking of ways to improve my pitch, my products, my website, my blogging, etc. I’m always thinking of how to help my customer, my target niche!
Passionate For Your Business
We should all have this type of ‘Passion’ for your businesses! Being passionate for your business will drive you to do the impossible!
It will keep you going when you feel there is nothing else to do. It will keep you going when there appears to be nowhere else to go. It will keep you motivated when there seems it is all coming to an end.
What is your life passion? Is it your business? As an entrepreneur, we should be as passionate for your business as we are about whatever our life passion is.
What are you willing to do and how far are you willing to go to meet your passion and complete your life goals?
Being passionate for your business will drive you when you’re tired, when you’re weak, and when you’re sick. Recently, I had some life events that took me away from blogging and I was still worried about getting the work done for my blog. Passion!
When the kids are sick, I still worry about blogging. Passion!
When my dog needed surgery, I still worried about blogging. Passion!
When I’m tired from working a 14 hour day, I’m still worried about blogging. Passion!
Passion for your business will drive you to succeed, to never give up, to help get you motivated every time there is a block. Passion will keep you moving and help you get to the success level you want.
So for me, dancing keeps me sane because it allows me some down time in my mind, but passion for my business is always at the back of my mind and it drives me – always! Success is my passion as well as it will help me retire early and provide a better life for my family.
I love being passionate about dance, music, blogging and being an entrepreneur. That passion will keep you from giving up in all circumstances.
Drawing On That Passion When It Gets Tough
We should draw upon our passion when we are tired, angry or just tired of trying to reach a certain level of success. Use the power of your passion to get you there. Passion is like fire! It burns – until you reach your level of success.
Are you passionate about your business, your entrepreneurship? How do you use this passion to help you get success? What drives you toward your goals? What are your ideas about being passionate about your business?