"For Entrepreneur Ideas
Search Your Passion First"


“The Best Entrepreneur Ideas Are The Ones That Come From The Heart”

What do I mean by that? Let’s start by talking about a few famous entrepreneurs. Here is a short list.

  • Debbi Fields - Mrs. Fields Cookies
  • Mary Kay Ash - Mary Kay Cosmetics
  • Richard Branson - Virgin Mobile, etc.
  • Bill Gates - Microsoft
  • Steve Jobs - Apple
  • Sam Walton - Walmart
  • Simon Cowell - American Idol
  • Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook
  • Walt Disney - Disneyland

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If you think about each one in the list, you can picture them and the infectious excitement you see when they talk about their business. Each one truly has a passion for their work and what they have built. You can see it deep inside.


Now Let’s Talk About You

First, figure out if you really want to be an entrepreneur. Do you already feel that you have that inner drive to build something, take some calculated risks and succeed? Great, then you are on the right track.

One approach to that many consider is to take an assessment test to give you a perspective of whether being an entrepreneur is right for you. There are many on the market, such as the Strong Interest Inventory

and the Campbell Interest and Skill Survey (CISS). Check out a few and see which one is right for you. It can really help out. You could even investigate what is an entrepreneur definition.

OK, you do want to be an entrepreneur... what next?

Sounds like a broken record, but what do you really enjoy doing? Do you have that honest excitement in your eyes when some subject comes up. You may not feel that it is your passion, but it you keep thinking about it and find yourself reading about it and want to spend time focusing on it, then it just may be your passion.

Even if you think it has not reached that level of intensity, it is worth investigating entrepreneur ideas that evolve around the subject.


Example: 10 Ideas

Ok, let’s come up with a subject as an example... cooking. For the sake of our example, that is your passion.

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What can you do with "cooking"? Here are a few entrepreneur ideas:

1. Write about it. You can start a blog and put your views about cooking, perhaps even recipes online. There are several easy ways to get this started, like using Wordpress.com or similar site platforms. You won’t make much money, if any, but you sure can put it out for others to see.

2. Develop a website and use the appropriate tools to structure it and promote it to gain a greater audience. You could essentially set up a web business that is designed to attract visitors, provide outstanding content on cooking (your passion), engage your readers and provide value to them through your content and other items of interest.

3. Sell affiliate products through your website. The internet has made it so easy for anyone to use it as a vehicle to investigate entrepreneur ideas. You can search for hard goods or software products and services that interest you and then sell them under an affiliate relationship with the supplier. Some examples are: unique cooking utensils, or items that you have found to be very beneficial to succeed in the kitchen. You could provide access to specialty e-books of others that provide solutions to common our unique problems.

  • You do the marketing and the supplier provides the inventory, if needed, shipping and collection. The supplier provides you a percentage of the price of the item sold.
  • This provides you the opportunity to offer products and services from several different affiliates, rather than just one.


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4. Develop your own ebooks. Think about problems you have solved or directions to make cooking easier and simpler, then draft a 10 - 20 page document. Spend time editing and getting feedback from friends. Fine-tune it and then finalize it with a description cover graphic and you are ready to present it for sales on you own website. This could develop into one of your profitable entrepreneur ideas.

5. Create audio recordings of special recipes or your approach to preparing for a special outdoor event. Describe that on a page on your site and give your visitor directions on how to listen directly or download your audio.

6. Record a video. It is so easy today to pick up your camera or cell phone and take a video. Plan your own video on that same preparation of a special outdoor cooking event and create it. What to do next... Yes! Put in on you site too.

7. For those that don’t want to deal with the web, then take another tact. Stay with something that you love, but search for a way to be involved with that business. You could offer to market an item for a company on a commission-only basis. This could get your foot in the door.

8. Consider buying an existing business. Search online for a business in the geographic area you want. Most importantly, it should encompass your passion and be in a field that you love.

9. Search for the right franchise. There are many more franchises available now, so do your research to be sure you find the right one for you.

10. Find a mentor. One of the best approaches that I have seen is that of working with a mentor. Look for someone who has been successful in your field of interest and communicate with them. Tell them about your passion and your desire to learn more. Ask for their insight on ways to reach your goals.


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These are just a few entrepreneur ideas to get the wheels turning. Keep thinking and striving for a passion rich career. You never know where your next job opportunity might come from.

We will present more thoughts on entrepreneur ideas throughout this site. We strive to help you find your dream job.


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