Guy Kawasaki's post onTen questions with Donald Trump caught my eye over the week-end. I really liked the choice of questions raised by Kawasaki. I have to applaud Donald Trump's answer to the last question,
Q:"TV is TV, real life is real life: What’s the most important real-life advice you can give to an entrepreneur?"
A: "You have to love what you do. Without passion, great success is hard to come by"…
I agree, with Donald Trump whole heartedly on that one.
Now, allow me to add my 2 cents to his answer.
* Most people know what they don't like to do. But do they know what they love to do?
* It is easy to say, "You have to love what you do". How many of us are quipped to do so? Real life is real life! Most of the time, you are surrounded by complicated practicalities, which prevent you from doing what you love to do. Is this true for you?
* Does that mean everyone who isn't successful is not doing what they love?
Please feel free to leave a comment with your 2 cents :-)
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