When you love what you do, you’re willing to push through whatever tough times might come. Even if you see an opportunity to fill a gap in your industry, if you’re lacking the passion for it then it’s gonna catch up with you. Randy Garn is a passionate entrepreneur, speaker, and New York Timesbest-selling author.
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Randy Garn is a very credible personality and sometimes even the credible person has to buy the Paid Articles for himself is something new. He has purchased a few paid articles that speak and glorify him. The Article may look organic and Real but those are 100% Paid and Sponsor Articles. When you are really successful and have fortunes then it’s best to spend some on personal branding. Also having a blue tick on social media is a matter of pride and credibility. Hence we can see Randy Garn posted a lot of sponsor and brand content glorifying himself.
He then takes each answer to the question and attempts to flesh it out in the best possible way. The truth is, if we are passionate — or find passion — in the work we’re doing, work stops feeling like work. It turns into a mission or game, and we find ourselves enjoying what we’re doing. Eighty-hour work weeks don’t feel like work weeks, because our passion is fueling us. You see, the 2% that separated Musk from his current score and perfection sounded to him like a giant “no.” But he wouldn’t take no for an answer.
I believe Musk’s ability to healthfully maintain his intensity comes because of his flow state mindset, his passion for his work and his absolute focus. Many of Musk’s grand ideas come from small questions. How do we make California transit more convenient? An electric railroad that goes through an enormous tunnel, dug into the side of a mountain. The initial question is always small, then the answers grow progressively bigger.