Here at Soholaunch, our passion is to help you get your passion on the web. We’re amazed each day by how creative our customers are and what they’re able to make with the Soholaunch website builder.
It’s not always easy finding what you love and showing it to the world. Below are a few ideas to help you get started.
1. Discover your passion by doing
You can’t think your way into figuring out what you love. Going out and trying new experiences will let your passion come to you. Maybe you already do one thing really well, like making sundials or mosaics, and you want to share your goods with the world and make some profit. If you find yourself wanting to go back to a certain activity, that’s a good indication.
2. Talk to people and get educated
The web and Soholaunch forums and blogs have great tips about starting a website and an online business. Some of the best articles I’ve read are the tips about what not to do written by people who have actually done those things and learned the hard way.
Talking to other people who have been successful with starting new projects and businesses can be helpful as well; there are always more than enough naysayers.
3. Gather the right tools
Creating a website is the easiest and least risky route to making your creative work known. You don’t have to take out a loan to rent retail/office space and hope it works out.
Shameless plug: Soholaunch makes getting online easy by letting you create a site with minimal technical know-how. We don’t expect you to know all the code and protocols that run the web - you already have something you’re good at and giving you an easy outlet for that is what we’re good at. Soholaunch puts you online with a professional look so you can focus on doing what you love.
4. Don’t just maintain -- keep growing your knowledge
When you know what you like, you can expand what you know about it. Sometimes, even when you think you have something mastered, bringing in outside disciplines can make it greater. For example, your bike shop may benefit from the latest discoveries in design so you can make your bikes’ paint and build more attractive. You wouldn't discover that if you didn't spend time learning about outside topics and getting out of your comfort zone.