A new book explores step-by-step how to turn the things that drive you in life into a successful career.
How many people in the world hate their job? How many people clock in their hours, do the minimum, and tolerate it enough because they need a job and don’t see a better path?
Many people simply go along to get along, pouring their remaining energies into passions and hobbies that have nothing to do with their careers. It is possible though mix your career and passions—to make the things that make you happy into a profitable enterprise.
Matt McWilliams, the host of The Affiliate Guy podcast, affiliate manager, and small business consultant, addresses how in his new book Turn Your Passions into Profits: The Proven Path for Building a Rewarding Online Business.
“He started his first online business in 2001 at the age of 22 and today is one of the leading online business teachers. In the 19 years between his first venture and living out his passion and purpose, he’s worked with more than 300,000 online business owners while running affiliate programs, product launches, and book launches for entrepreneurs,” says the publisher.
McWilliams has a successful record of starting businesses and holding others start theirs. Now he is applying his decades of experience to teach others how readers can live a life where the things readers love can become a career. His book offers a step-by-step guide to building an audience, and how to monetize and sustain whatever venture you pursue.
“Turn Your Passions into Profits will help you gain clarity on the exact steps it takes to start, grow, and monetize your online platform, build up the confidence necessary to share your message with the world, realize that you deserve to create a good income doing what you love, and acquire the tools and strategies needed to succeed with an online business and compete against established platforms,” says the publisher.
Turn Your Passions into Profits: The Proven Path for Building a Rewarding Online Business Hardcover will be published on January 10, 2023, by Matt Holt.