The moment to start a new direction
- By Chris Damianakos -
- Jun 13, 2012
There is nothing more exciting when I see creativity being used every day now by new businesses that really want to push the envelope. The days of the typical nine to five in typical occupations are starting to lose their attraction and people are starting to look another way. They're taking their strengths and their passions and really making something out of it, which at the end of the day is inspiring and also gratifying.
The great thing is people are really starting to pay attention to their talents and in today’s world that is really important. Now in 2012 even after coming off of one of the worst economic crisis in history, people are starting to embrace a different direction and are bringing in a new aspect of their lives. In other words, if they can not find a jo, .they will create one and that right there folks is described as "drive". Something that we all have if we utilise it correctly.
One thing that I've always believed in is not to be boring personally and professionally; quite simply boring is not being talked about. When you see people that are going to be new entrepreneurs and are trying to embrace that different direction they are also learning not to be boring. This brings in a newfound excitement and is making the word "work" exciting again. This road taken is important in many aspects mentally and physically and is ultimately healthy to one's future - again if done right. How we perceive ourselves to the public is a craft in itself, sometimes to be unpopular is popular. That might not make sense at this moment but it will in the future. Never follow the trend, it’s already been done: start a new one.
If you study your new endeavor correctly and plan it out right you will succeed. Now in 2012 you have so many tools to get the word out, which is going to cost you much less today than it would have 10 years ago. So to those of you out there that are looking for that new direction, I say to you be smart, don't listen to critics, and give it a go!
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