5 Ways to Create Passionate Connections

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If I could share 500 words to inspire, this is the important wisdom I'd want to pass along to others...

  • Be of Service

    Do you know what Web 2.0 is? It is the evolution of the current state of the Internet and the trend of social networking and all of the technology that supports it. I love that the present culture of the Internet has evolved to focus on people and that the technology makes it even easier to be of service.

    Being of service and helping others feel good about themselves is not only rewarding, it allows you to grow exponentially. You grow internally as a person and externally because your influence will have a farther reach.

    Be a Problem Solver

    Focus on helping people with their problems in your writing and in your products/services (if you own a business), and you will build a strong foundation of support for yourself. Always connect by sharing a part of your personal life – but remember that creating passionate connections with others by solving their problems should be the focus in all that you do. I always tell my kiddos: solve problems – don’t create them.

    Be Not Afraid

    Taking risks and moving through fear is the only way I know how to accomplish big dreams. You know the dreams I am talking about. The ones we had when we were young, before we gave up and decided to be “practical.” Don’t be afraid of fear and the muddled mind feeling. If you reach out and help others, you will receive the resources you need.

    Take the risks you need to by basking in that uncomfortable feeling of trying something completely new. This is even harder if it isn’t something you do often. I now do it so often that taking risks seems a normal part of my day.

    Be a Visionary

    Use your creativity to craft life visions for yourself and others. Most people don’t spend any time at all on visioning what they want in their lives. Visioning is the key to making long-lasting passionate connections with everyone you come in contact with. Be a dreamer and then follow through with action.

    Trust me – this one simple tip will attract like-minded individuals into your life and together you will achieve more than you ever could have alone. And don’t worry if you get overwhelmed – being a visionary is supposed to be overwhelming to some extent. But visioning works on many different levels too. Try breaking it down by creating smaller visions for your family, your significant other, your work and/or business goals, and so on.

    Be Real

    This is my favorite tip for creating passionate connections because it helps others the most. Think about all the times someone was honest with you and it pushed you forward. When someone cared enough to validate you by showing you that you were worth the time to talk, laugh, and learn with.

    Remember when we were kids – isn’t that all we wanted back then – relationships that were real and honest. Be real with those you come in contact with (personal or professional) and you will create a life-long stream of validated friends and/or customers to serve.

    Let’s face it – what it all boils down to is that life is about making passionate connections and it is about validating others and allowing them to live dreams that touch other people’s lives too. When your dreams include serving others you can’t lose. YOU can create brilliance in your life each and every day!

    Sheri McConnell

    Sheri McConnell is the President and Founder of two global organizations: the National Association of Women Writers and the International Association of Web Entrepreneurs. She teaches women writers and entrepreneurs how to discover, create, and profit from their intellectual knowledge.

    She is also the owner of two high-level product and consulting companies: Create Your Group and My Millionaire Friends.

    Sheri lives in San Antonio, Texas with her husband, their four children, a weenie dog, and two cats.

    For more information, please visit sherimcconnell.com.

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