My Idea, My Business

June 18th, 2010 by | Print

Last week, I posted a piece titled, “Moving on to a More Fulfilling Future” which included a link to a recent Yahoo Finance and Wall Street Journal research story discussing how a growing number of US workers are considering quitting their jobs even though the market is still shaky.

You may think more people would be thankful for having a steady income and be concerned about making a career change now. But then again, how long can you stay motivated feeling trapped in an unfulfilling job?

I found an entertaining and informative video from that speaks to the very science of why this phenomenon may be occurring.

The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us

If you find yourself agreeing with the ideas presented in the video and you believe your current situation doesn’t give you the option for the positive outcomes it mentions, what can you do?

I have three opportunities for you:

1. Register at Small Biz Break for access to the Solutions Center. Inside you will find a downloadable form, “New Business Idea Questionnaire”. This form will guide you through a series of questions to help you define an ideal small business for you to start. Registration and the questionnaire are free.

2. If you prefer to have more help with filling out the form, return to the Small Biz Break site starting Monday June 28th to get your copy of “My Idea, My Business”. This ebook will walk you through completing the questionnaire with greater insight and thought provoking tips.

3. If you prefer the personal attention in defining and launching a new small business, you can write to my partner, Maria, and I for hands-on help at

We don’t promise a fail-safe system that you can buy into for earning a six-figure income in six months. We are realists. All business is a risk. However, if you are one of the many mentioned in the WSJ story (feeling trapped and unfulfilled), are you willing to risk your future happiness and success just to hold on to your current situation?

If you are not willing to gamble away your future, let us help you.

All the Best,

Doug Dolan
The Solopreneur’s Guide
Small Biz Break


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