3 Questions to Help You Make Money from Your Passion

I am so excited for you!

From the emails I am getting, it looks like so many of you are on the path to discovering your purpose and what you are really passionate about AND then turning it into a money maker for you…

Good News: I have also been listening to your feedback and am developing a program to guide a few of you, step by step through the process of discovering your passion and making money from it.

Don’t worry, I’ll let you know as things progress, but I have a favor to ask of you before then:

I want to know what specific challenges you are having with this process and the specific things you need help with. Shoot me an email at kristen@lawofattractionkey.com or post a comment here. That way I can see what you are REALLY needing help with so I can make this program the best that it can be!

Okay…let’s get on with this…

You have gone through the exercises to help you find your purpose (right?) and now you have a list of 3 idea ways for you to make money from your purpose

So now what?

To make money from your passion, you need to ask yourself three Essential Questions.

Grab that pen and paper again…and let’s go!

3 ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS FOR MAKING MONEY FROM YOUR PASSION:

1. What problem do people have that I can solve?

2. Why and how can I help them solve their problem? What is it that I’m bringing to the table that will make their life so much better?

3. Are the people with this problem ready to spend money for a solution?

Before I get a whole bunch of emails about how you shouldn’t want to capitalize on other people’s problems to make money…let me say these 2 things:

1. I NEVER want to encourage you to take advantage of someone else in order to make money.

2. I DO know that if you can help someone solve a problem they are having then you ABSOLUTELY deserve to be compensated for that.

AND I will tell you, that if you have a solution for something and you give it away for free, most often people won’t value it and they won’t take action and use what you are giving them to change their situation.

Right now I want you to look at any problem that you can solve as EXTREMELY VALUABLE!

Think about it, when you have a big challenge or problem, isn’t it worth money for you to pay someone if you know they can help you solve it?

Of course!

I actually just hinted at something that is very important when you are deciding what problem you are going to help people solve…and we’ll get into that next time.

If you can guess what it is and send your answer to me in an email to kristen@lawofattractionkey.com and I’ll give you a free 15 minute assessment coaching session with me.

If you are REALLY READY to start making money from your passion, make sure you answer these 3 questions now.

Go Big!

Kristen


16 Responses to “3 Questions to Help You Make Money from Your Passion”

  1. Thought provoking questions. Indeed, solving problems is what makes money šŸ˜‰

    • LOA says:

      Psyched you like the questions…

      Would love to hear some of what you come up with for your answers!

      Kristen

  2. joe says:

    This is a great post Kristen.And I do agree whole hardly nto never take advantage of someone elses missfortunes(wish more marketers thought the way you do ) But just about everything some buys on or offline is to sovle a problem or improve comfort.We buy weightloss prducts to solve are weight problems,we buy toys to make are children happy and thier lives fun,everything in life we buy is either make are lives more pleasent or solve our problems and if you can provide a real solution to that problem ,there is no reason you should not get paid for the service or solution you have provided(but of course there those few instances when you should provide it for free depending on circumstances) take care Kristen and keep up the great work!

  3. kogie says:

    i am a health therapist , also teach , massage and reflexlogy , will be teach blind and deaf ,

  4. GREENIE says:

    Solving other people`s problems generate comfort and satisfaction,and these are two valuable factors of life.Paying money for these should present no problems.Afterall sitting in the doctors consultation room isnt free,when yould need to go to the pharmacy to procure medicines for your relief

  5. Marilyn says:

    Putting yourself in their shoes and seeing what they might need and then selling them the solutions

  6. Carina Gous says:

    Most people lay awake at night about health issues, financial problems and relationships. If the financial and health problems are solved the relationship issues mostly also clear up. Mannatech offers hope, health (the body can restore itself if you give it all the NUTRIENTS-not drugs- it needs) and opportunity for financial abundance…so join me and live a life of significance – changing the world one life at a time.
    Also make sure you encourage others to join Kristen’s VIP program to help keep them on track and stay focused!
    Kristen, I appreciate you.

  7. Linda says:

    Thinking is a form of work, and this is the start to questions getting answers.
    These three questions are inspiring to the thought process on finding a salable product.
    Thank you Kristen.

  8. Rosemary says:

    Well, I’m a little late to the party, but no one actually answered your question so here goes:

    1. What problem do people have that I can solve? How to sell their home or buy a home, in this challenging environment.

    2. Why and how can I help them solve their problem? What is it that Iā€™m bringing to the table that will make their life so much better? Provide them with the information they need to price their home right, find the right home at the right price, then guide them through the process. I have more than 34 years of experience in real estate, and keep myself apprised of the newest trends and changing laws. I am also highly ethical and treat them with respect, and I am there for them.

    3. Are the people with this problem ready to spend money for a solution? Yes, when presented with the right solution, they will definitely spend the money and do what is necessary to sell or buy a home.

    Rosemary

  9. Barb says:

    Kristen, your emails stand out from the others because you actually provide usable material. My guess that you are hinting that your service is worth paying for. And you are right.

    No matter what our gifts, we need to always strive to make the world a better place with genuine values and thinking of others. Our services are just as billable as any tradesperson or executive.

  10. Patti says:

    My Guess:
    If you assist people with a COMMON problem, then clients will multiply. The marketing occurs when you have a happy client who can refer your services to others who also need support.

  11. Patricia says:

    What problem are we going to help solve for people? To make them feel good about themselves that will promote healing on all levels, mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually. Sustain it and then they can pass this information onto others. (pay it forward).

  12. Phyllis says:

    Kristen
    I am still struggling with what it is I want to do. I do know that it has something to do with helping people in the financial arena. I was just on vacation a couple weeks ago and it was so evident all around me people talking about themselves or their family members sisters, moms, adult kids etc who were living paycheck to paycheck. If I could learn a technique and perfect it then teach others how to earn an income part time while keeping their full time jobs until they become as successful as they want is my perfect dream. It would make me feel so good knowing I was truly helping someone make that $250 a week just to put food on the table or shoot even higher and make that $50,000 a month if that is what they want. I want them to be able to set the bar to thier own personal success. I just need the program to teach it. How can I find this niche?
    Phyllis

  13. Lois says:

    Kristin, I’m wondering how a creative person would go about answering these three questions. I have a passion for creating art, photography, and writing, but I don’t know what sort of problems I could possibly solve. Any ideas?

    • Kristen says:

      Ah…as a fellow creative type I understand your question…

      Here’s what I will ask you — and your answer should give you what you are looking for —

      Why do people need art of all forms in their lives? Why does the world need it? Once you answer that, you will be on your way to realizing the important and powerful solutions you provide as a creator!

      Go Big!
      Kristen

  14. I really wish I could figure this out. My passion as a child was to be a fashion/costume designer. When my sister took me to movies we stayed and watched the list of credits because I knew that some day my name would be listed in place of Edith Head under Costume Designer. I knew this, believed it without a doubt until I told my parents that I was going to a fashion design college. I was forced to change my mind by my parents.

    I quit dreaming and even thinking about designing clothes and made a choice to work at a job, then married and had children.

    I know I can write, as told by editors and people who have read my blog. But this was never my dream. I can write a little, but have no passion to keep it up or finish what I start.

    Instead I think of designing clothes. I have no training only thoughts and dreams. I don’t think I can draw and don’t even own a sewing machine.

    My predicament is that I really don’t know what to do. I don’t know what I will be successful doing (Money). I just know I don’t want another job, or maybe I do.

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