Carolyn Browne Tamler

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    11-7-13 Being passionate about what you do can really help your business

    Recently, as I have been interviewing people for stories on Whidbey Local ( , I have heard the word “passionate” repeated many times.

    In these blogs, I have offered many marketing suggestions for building your business.  But I honestly believe that nothing is more powerful than being passionate about what you do.  When you are passionate your enthusiasm radiates to everyone you contact.

    People who have a business often work long hours and invest a lot of money, time and energy to make their business a success.  If you are passionate about what you do, the “work” becomes a source of great pleasure and satisfaction or even fun.

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