By Rogers Wanambwa
So I tweeted about this topic and wondered whether I could expound on it here:
Somewhere on this blog, I have written on hobbies and how if harnessed well, they can turn profitable.
I know a significant number of people earning from their hobbies for example.
I am one of those.
I find that the more you invest in something, the more you can get something out of it.
Ideally, the more you invest, the more you can earn. Unless external factors (deterrents) are factored in, you more than likely to benefit from what you invest in.
This is why I believe that everyone can earn from what they are good at.
It is up to you to discover it and perfect it. As with everything profitable, nothing comes without investment.
I guess it is up to how much you are willing to do to perfect it and also looking for opportunities that will know the financial use of it.
That’s another step. You can be and still not benefit financially from something.
The market is searched for. You have to do your due diligence and get your talent to the interested audience.
That’s it for today.