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The Ultimate Guide to Choosing Products for Your Amazon FBA Business (Passion)

By David Oberlander – September 20, 2022

You’ve probably heard this before: you need to be passionate about what you do to succeed. But does passion intersect with profitability? Before we move on to the production phase in product development, I want to emphasize why passion can help you succeed.

Being passionate about your work means having a strong desire to achieve your goals. It means putting in the extra effort to get things done, even when you don’t feel like it. It means having the willpower to keep going when things get tough.

Most importantly, it means being excited about your daily activities. If you’re not passionate about your business or product, it will be challenging to make it a success.

So, how can you tap into your passion and use it to power your business? In this post, we’ll explore that question and more.

Why Passion Is Important for Business Success

You may have heard the saying, “If you love what you do, you’ll never work a day in your life.” Well, that’s true when it comes to business that you are passionate about.

It shows in your work when you’re obsessive about what you’re doing. You’re always motivated and put your heart and soul into your product or service. And that will be the difference maker to help you stand out against a competitor that may have more experience or capital.

Venturing out on your own is not as glamorous as what movies make out to. About 20% of businesses fail within the first year, and it goes up to 60% within the first three years. Why? Because most companies fail to make a profit in the short run, business owners drop out.

Overcoming these hardships is why passion is essential. Passion gives you the drive to keep going when things get tough. It keeps you motivated when you are not earning as much as you think you deserve. So if you’re thinking about starting your own business or launching a new product, make sure you have that passion burning inside of you. It will be the key to keeping you going in those early years.

Passion Will Push You to be an Expert in the Industry

As a new company, most businesses will not be able to employ an expert in your industry. Therefore, curiosity can take over if you are interested in the subject you work in, and you will naturally become the product expert your company needs.

When you’re passionate about something, it’s easy to become an expert in the field. You will constantly be learning, researching, and exploring every possible angle of your occupation. Over time, you will be knowledgeable about the product or service you want to be successful in.

Also, people can tell when you’re passionate about what you do. They can feel it in how you talk about your business and treat your customers. It’s this energy that’s going to help you stand out and make your business thrive.

Passion Can Help You Innovate New Products

As you become more knowledgeable about products in the market or the industry, you start seeing opportunities you can take advantage of. You begin to notice trends that consumers may shift towards or deficiencies in existing products that need improving. Since more prominent companies have different layers of management, it will take them longer to react to these changes. As a smaller company, you need to be agile and move quickly to take advantage.

Passion Can Help You See Work as a Hobby

You may think that passion is only essential in a business’s or product’s early stages, but that’s not true. Passion is one of the most important things you can have in your arsenal as you move forward.

When you’re passionate about something, it’s easy to forget its work. You see your business as a hobby, and that’s a good thing. It means you’re doing something you love, which will help you persevere and constantly push yourself to improve. You will be more likely to put in the extra effort and go the extra mile. You’ll be more creative and more motivated to succeed.

Conclusion

When you’re starting your own business or innovating a new product, you must have passion for what you’re doing. With passion, you’ll see your work as a hobby and take greater pride in your accomplishments. This will help you push through hardships and maintain motivation during difficult times.

So, if you’re feeling lost or uncertain as you go through the following steps, remember why you decided to take this leap in the first place, and let it lead you to success.

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David Oberlander

David is the co-founder of One Apollo, an e-commerce business and service provider based in Santa Ana, and the founder of Ameratec, an architectural hardware distributor based in Hong Kong. David lives in the U.S. but has a decade of experience living and working in China. His interests are macroeconomics and geopolitics, focusing on the United States and China.

David is the co-founder of One Apollo, an e-commerce business and service provider based in Santa Ana, and the founder of Ameratec, an architectural hardware distributor based in Hong Kong. David lives in the U.S. but has a decade of experience living and working in China. His interests are macroeconomics and geopolitics, focusing on the United States and China.