How can you know whether you’re a multipassionate entrepreneur?
Does it sometimes feel hard to choose just one thing to do because you’d love to do it all? Would you need more time to try out every new thing you hear about? Do you often get bored when you have to do the same thing over and over again – like a machine? Do you sometimes wish we humans didn’t need to sleep? Or better yet – that you were the only one working on your ideas while the rest of the world is sleeping and not bothering you? Did you invent Amazon or Uber before they were founded? Then welcome to my world!! I hereby declare you a multipassionate entrepreneur!
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What is a multipassionate entrepreneur?
Some people used to grin at me – and still do – when I said I was starting a new course, a new job or that I was giving my life a new direction. “Again?!” – some would say. Yes!!! Again!!! Am I supposed to live bored for the rest of my life, or what?? And what do you care anyway? Well, they do care if they’re your family. And I’m sure they’re meaning good. It just doesn’t feel good for me.
Anyway, a couple of weeks ago, I heard Marie Forleo pronounce a word which I automatically identified myself with: MULTIPASSIONATE, i.e., someone who has lots of passions. Isn’t it an awesome way to call yourself??
MULTIPASSIONATE. Love it ♥
As I repeat over and over again, your work isn’t what you are, but what you do. Or what you chose to do at a specific time of your life. But that doesn’t mean that you have to keep doing it forever and ever, right??
3 reasons why blogging is the best choice for a multipassionate entrepreneur
- What I’ve discovered with blogging is that I can wear as many hats as I want. And there are A LOT of hats. For me, blogging means creativity, writing, helping others, design, social media, strategizing, online marketing, personal relationships, communication, and I could keep on writing for hours! Well, maybe not that much 😀
- You get to choose your work style, your work times and your workplace! I don’t know which one is more important for me right now – probably the work style freedom!
- You’re in a neverending learning mode. If you want to keep up with this rapidly changing online world, you’re going to have to learn new methods, strategies, tools and systems all the time! It’s impossible that you get bored!
So, if you’re searching for a new career which allows you to develop all those creative vibes of yours, blogging is something you should definitely take into account! And I’m not talking about hobby blogging, but about having a blog as a business.
Who can teach you blogging as a business?
I wanted to do it right from the very beginning, so I joined Elite Blog Academy (EBA). It was a bit expensive, and I don’t even know how I got to their site, but I was convinced from the very first moment. And I wasn’t wrong 🙂 Looking back, it was so comprehensive and intensive, that you’d think it was overwhelming. But it wasn’t! And that’s EBA’s magic – you get this awfully huge information in little bites, step by step. You don’t even notice what you’ve got into until it is too late 😉
Anyway, the only problem is that EBA only opens its doors once a year – around March. Now, if this is something you’re interested in, it would be a good idea for you to join EBA’s waiting list in the meantime, ’cause you’re going to receive tons of free information other people won’t share for free! And you’ll have a clearer idea about blogging. What do you have to lose, right??
Do you have any prejudices about blogging? Well, I used to. It didn’t sound that serious to me, I wouldn’t consider it to be a “real” profession. I thought that was something only people with a lot of free time (aka lazy people) would do. And time is something I have not plenty of. So you’ve probably noticed that I changed my mind. Completely 🙂 And now, I can’t understand why I didn’t try out blogging much sooner!!
Can you imagine yourself as a blogger? Is it something you’d like to do? I’m still shocked that I didn’t try out blogging before 😀
PS. Are you born to freelance?
Thanks for the post. Hope you are okay. I’m like your introduction but I don’t like writing and to be honest I don’t consider myself multi passionate. I don’t have many passions. I like many things but I only love dancing, eating, and exploring. What other online choices do I have besides blogging? Or what do you recommend? I was thinking to create a website because I can’t find something to do that I would love or enjoy. Thanks.
Thanks for taking the time to comment 🙂
Well, if your hobbies are dancing, eating and exploring (nice ones!!!), you would make a perfect travel blogger. Travel blogging is more focused on photography and videos. But if you don’t want to write at all, I guess I would go for a vlog with V (video blogging), YouTube Channel, etc.
Which kind of website would you create?
Yeah, I already thought about vlogging but I’m not interested. I think I have search about thousands of careers or more than that. lol But thanks. Probably I need to consult with a career consultant. That is why I chose to create a website. Still searching about options. Thanks anyways, wish me luck.
Have you read this post? Maybe it helps 🙂 https://borntofreelance.com/blog/10-ideas-to-work-online/
Good luck, Dianne!!