We’ve all experienced the endless source of inspiration and energy – called passion. Sometimes you end up getting into a great work flow, while tons of ideas pour out of your brain. Sometimes it overtakes your mind and it becomes all you can think and talk about. There’s no questioning that passion is important, especially when it comes to business.
So I have one question for you…
Does your website express your passion and excitement?
Your passion for what you do should be obvious to your readers in your products and services. Remember, if your website doesn’t say that you’re excited about what you do, why would your audience be excited?
If you don’t know where to start, here’s an idea…
Let’s go back to the beginning. Think about the reason why you started your business, or why you started your job. I’m going to take a wild guess and say that I bet it wasn’t solely for the money. You probably had a huge desire to help people, or enhance lives, or do good for the world.
It’s time to get crystal clear on that vision again!
Pull out a piece of paper and a pen and reignite that passion. If you feel inspired, just go with it and start writing! If you feel stuck, start by journaling about why you started your business journey. Write down what you hope to accomplish and what you are bringing to the world!
Ok, now let’s put it to work!
Here are a few tips on how to incorporate passion into your website:
- Be authentic! If you are faking passion, it can sound cheesy. There is no need to actually use the word “passionate” to show that you are. Instead, think about how YOU can help people and make sure that message is clear. Offer real solutions to their problems, and explain why you want to help!
- Share your story! No matter how you ended up where you are now, there is a story to tell. People want to know you, so they can trust you before investing in you.
- Share your success stories! What better way for people to understand how you can help them, than to see a real example. Sharing your success stories shows your audience that you care about their success. You’re not just luring them into a scam. You can actually solve their problems, and you can prove it!
Let us know if you found any of these tips useful!