In this post I want to talk about intense passionate innovation (I.P.I.). Most solopreneurs, creative professionals (i.e. musicians, artists, etc.) and small business owners have to wear many proverbial hats to succeed in their endeavor. In many cases the only way to accomplish everything they need to is to attack it with intense passionate innovation – keeping focused and motivated by your passion while utilizing whatever resources are available to creatively, and often cost-effectively, get things done successfully.
It’s important for such creative professionals and small business owners to be resourceful and let their passion provide the energy they need to be relentlessly resourceful. These efforts will help them achieve the results they need to grow their business to a more sustainable level. Plus, when working with little capital and a whole lot of innovation the idea is that as the business grows it will be less desperately dependent on those resourceful efforts. However, I would encourage entrepreneurs not lose that sense of necessary intense innovation as their business does grow and become more financially viable for that is often the authenticity that resonates with fans and customers.
That vitality is what enthuses people, your customers your clients your fans, and that enthusiasm is contagious so when it comes to approaching your business do so with intense, passionate innovation all the time, be excited about what you’re doing all the time, be optimistic about what you’re doing all the time even when challenges arise – when there’s a will there’s a way – you have creative knowledge within you and with the resources available to you, you will find a way if you want to find a way.
Don’t allow unfounded or unnecessary fears and apprehensions hold you back from achieving your goals and dreams.
Posted By: Nick Venturella