How to Find Your Heart-Based Business

The Lady and the Unicorn- "Touch"I spoke at a conference this weekend about creating multiple streams of income, and had a lot of great conversations with people who were inspired by the idea. The first thing that many people asked was “How do I figure out what I can do? How can I find my passion?”

From the sound of all the questions, it seems as hard to discover your passion as it is to catch a unicorn. The good news is that it’s not nearly as difficult as it seems, and with a bit of patience, you’ll find it.

Here are some short questions that may help you discover that elusive mission. Ask yourself:

  • What do you love to do?
  • What are you good at doing?
  • If someone is recruiting volunteers, what do they ask you to help with?

You’ll usually find your gift/mission/passion at the place where these questions meet. In diagram form, here’s what it looks like:

How to Find Your Heart-Based Business

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