I love things that make me think. I have been an entrepreneur for pretty much all my working life, even when I was working at a "paid job". At least that's what I tell myself ... some things I was more successful at than others. Are you still an entrepreneur when you don't make any money? I like to think so. It's more a way of thinking than anything else. My problem is I think too much: I set up elaborate processes and systems as a way of background support and then don't consider myself much of a sales person and marketer and the ideas just sit there ... fermenting. Add to this that I am interested in so many diverse things and you get the result I have: this very eclectic blog aimed at helping others but not making any money for me ... yet! I believe in myself ... it's just a matter of allowing others to believe in me as well. It doesn't come easy to be "out there" but it is getting easier.
I re-learned the basic idea: figure out what people want and then give them a solution that works. Pretty simple, really. In the last year I have re-focused my core values, gotten rid of my limiting beliefs and tried to look at every choice with: is this aligned with my purpose? Does it bring me closer to or further away from my goals? I have found it makes deciding much easier.
How about you? What's your special talent and you would love to share with the world? Figure out what's in it for them and then see how far you can go.