Have Passion For Your Business and People or Just Flush it

Have Passion For Your Business and People or Just Flush it

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Morgan Brown

Morgan Brown Passionate Business Owner

Have passion for your business and people or just flush it! I know the caption on the photo to the left does not have anything to do with business in the literal sense, but in a way it sure sums up the way many business owners today go about doing business. Do not get me wrong, I am not pointing fingers or placing blame here. What I am saying is more of a generalization of people who are in business that may have lost their passion for what they do, or someone who has done very well and has pretty much forgotten where they came from and what got them to where they are today.

There are many businesses that are struggling in our current economy. Some businesses are squeaking by. At the same time, there are businesses out there that are flourishing and making huge financial gains. So let me ask you a question. What is the difference between the businesses that are barely making it and the businesses that a rolling in the dough so to speak? You might not have an answer to this question, but it sure gives you something to think about. The truth is that there are so many factors that are involved with this question that no one can answer it, but one could use their imagination and assume.

What is it that drives someone to go into business in the first place? Money will probably be the answer to that question in most cases. The opportunity to make money and doing something that you love at the same time… Who would not want to do that? Some of the things that people do not know before they go in to business is that there has to beĀ  a balance between money and the love for what they are doing. For Everything in life and in business, there is a middle ground. If greed works itself into your business and the passion and love for it are no longer there, you should probably just flush it.

Passion for Business and Love For People Forces you to Give Before you Receive

Giving back to people, customers, and your fellow businesses is something that I believe is a necessity in business today. From the business side we call them freebies when we give to customers and people. When we are giving to other businesses we call it pro bono. We all have to do these things in most businesses to be able to add the proper value and flourish as a business owner. We have to selflessly give before we can receive.

When it comes to your business follow your passion from the start. Do not be just a pretty face. Do not do something just for the money because greed will set in and the only reason you will be doing it is for the money. This is all part of the cycle that everybody goes through in life and in business. (I will touch on this life and business cycle in a future article but for now just know it is there.)

As a business owner we know that we all have competition. Another question for you… Is competition among like businesses one of the reasons that businesses may be failing? If so, what is the root cause behind all of this. I believe it is the scarcity mentality and the fact that most people do not believe in the abundance that is actually out there. Even if there are two businesses that are in direct competition there are still plenty of customers to go around. The truth is that there are no two businesses alike. Take two auto dealerships for example. Both of them sell the same brand of vehicle and the dealerships are 10 miles apart. If someone lived directly in the middle of those two dealerships what would make that customer go one over the other? Well the differences are minute, but in the big picture they both are the same and even share the same marketing, it is just that one dealer might have a little bit better service and the other one may have a more friendly staff.

If you do not harness your competition in this day and age you might as well just flush your business all together. Once again in my opinion, businesses have to share and help each other in order to succeed as a community and start growing our economy to where it needs to be. Be passionate, care about people and other businesses and try to help them be successful. Harness the strengths and learn from the weakness of competition and they will do the same for you.

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About Morgan Brown

Morgan Brown is from Phoenix Arizona. As one of the Co-Founders Of Total Exposure Entertainment Marketing LLC ,Morgan adds value from a diverse background of sales, branding, and marketing experience. The sales background that Morgan comes from is the building industry which led to sales in the automotive industry. Through his years of experience he has learned that in business it is all about relationships and the trust that comes from those relationships is what makes sales and referral business happen. Morgan is a firm believer in the old-fashioned ways of business and the value that comes with it. He believes that starting off with a good brand, an honest and genuine approach, and a good firm hand shake will get you a long way especially when it is combined with today's new media marketing and branding techniques. As a sales and branding expert, Morgan began to study integration of branding and social media as well as different forms of internet marketing and has a strong knowledge of video implementation and Search Engine Optimization. Morgan and CEO Jim Earl had worked on some previous projects and eventually partnered together to put their collective knowledge to work with the foundation of Total Exposure Entertainment Marketing LLC.

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