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Passion may open the door to excitement but skills make it an actively revolving door where value in service or product is exchanged for valuable currency. Skills can trump passion unless you're very skilled at what your passionate about. Some questions may want to be considered when considerin...

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I am a psychiatrist in private practice and I feel like I have come across almost the entire range of different individuals. Each of them with their various talents, interests and careers. Some have been successful others not. Some loved what they did for a living others despised it. It was not o...

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I was trained as a Mechanical Engineer and now, run a few businesses. One thing that really helped me figure out the answer to your question (which was my question too) was to take a step back from trying so hard to identify my passion or make a decision. Instead I focussed on doing a few things...

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It's extremely hard to sell something you're not passionate about. Have you looked into other options, such as selling the company or hiring a sales team? With only a few clients it probably wouldn't be a huge sale, but someone who has connections in the education space could further monetize i...

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In my experience working with this age group as a coach, adults in this age group are very interested in connecting to their purpose and passion. They are willing to pay. However, how much is the real question. A marketing study using a conjoint analysis would shed some light on how much this ag...

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At the foundation: Affiliate marketing can be termed as marketing a product or service better than the merchant itself. But what I have seen (from the Affiliate Management side) on what distinguishes high performing affiliates from lower ones: They show a different side of the product or service,...

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Hard to say with no information, but... I would always suggest starting with the community your customers belong to. 1. Try and get relevant music blogs writing about your app. 2. Look for tweeters who are big influencers of your potential customers and see if you can get them interested...

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You should check out cool apps like Weave, Shapr and Sites like FounderDating (getting some traction). Attend pitch evening or networking evenings and breakfasts where many such candidates might be attending looking for their next great challenge or advice. Try to look for meet ups that are in ...

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