I had the privilege yesterday to eat at a place I go to from time to time. The place is called “The Milwaukee Hot Dog Company” and it’s a little hot dog shop and candy store. From talking to the owners (both work in the shop almost everyday) it seems like they do well, they’re not blowing the local Mc Donalds (up the road) out of the water but they are paying their bills and making some cash. The food there is awesome, the menu is completely different from anything else that’s around. Besides all that the best thing about this little shop is the atmosphere, the owners absolutely love what they do and it shows in how they interact with their customers.
Have you ever been to a restaurant like this? Chances are you probably have and based off of the awesome interactions you will be going back and so will I. This experience has bought me to the tip I want to give you this week: if you’re going to succeed in your work life or with a business you have, then you must find your passion.
When your passionate about something it will show in everything you do. If you’re passionate about your work or a business you have then you’ll be the best at it based off of that passion. Come on, this is not a revolutionary idea I’m sure you’ve heard this before and it’s just common sense, right? You’ll work harder than your co workers, you’ll serve longer then other business owners, you’ll be everything that others are not because that passion will push you far beyond them. As a result of that passion pushing you farther you’ll give what others wont and you’ll build a loyal following and make the kind of money you should be making. That passion will show so much you’ll have people like me writing blog posts about you (Ha).
Most people just look for a “job” be different than those people and look for your passion. Have you found your passion? Tell us about it in the comments: