If you’ve been following me for the last couple of months, you know I like to talk about Jay Abraham.
Without him, our little corner of the internet wouldn’t be the way it is today.
And so, I want to paraphrase another Abraham-ism:
“Don’t just fall in love with what you do. Fall in love with WHO you do it for.”
I think one of the biggest indicators that someone is going to succeed is when they are SO committed — not just to their offer, but to the market they serve— that it becomes a vital part of their life.
And no, I don’t mean, “Work is their life, so they spend 16 hours a day at the office and blow off their family etc etc…”
I mean they would still show up even if they weren’t getting paid.
Because it’s just part of who they are.
So if I were having doubts as to whether I’m in the right line of work… or if I’ve got the right offer… or if I’m putting it to the right market… I’d ask myself this question: