Top 10 Quotes by Steve Pavlina
Do what you love, but be damned sure it's profitable. If you do work you love, but it doesn't generate income, your business will fail. If you do work you hate, but it generates income, your health will fail... and your business along with it. If you can't do what you love and make it profitable, you've either got a hobby or a headache, not a sustainable business. Don't settle for anything less than passion and profit.
Separate yourself from your ideas and your work and see them as something separate from yourself, youâ€™ll feel you truly have the right to be wrong. If an idea fails, why not let it be the ideaâ€™s fault instead of your own? Allow your ideas to fail without turning them into personal defeat. When you fail you discover your boundaries. You map out the edges of your capabilities. And this allows you to eventually move beyond them. Being wrong eventually leads to being right. And even where it doesnâ€™t, itâ€™s still a more interesting path than being nothing.