Don’t allow your talent or gift die into dust with you like many do so; that’s a pity life. It must do its intended purpose and that purpose of your talent is to be shared to as many people as you can reach out there.
Many people have and are becoming rich, making a living, making good money just by utilizing their talents; and with this world web internet, it has made it easier to sell and market ones talent out their even when you are in a village; all you just need is work extra harder on your talent, find a good platform or create your own platform, find your creative way to market your talent; for example of the social media platform many people are using to market and sale their talent businesses locally and globally today are Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and if its writers like me, they are platforms like ebay.com, Lulu.com, Amazon.com, Sportfy.com, WhatsApp, Email, etc, you can use to sell e-books as I do and not just books only and other products too.
I have sold fluffy dogs before just by advertising on Facebook, dog lovers called me, made that dog order and I delivered that fluffy at their door step and used to make good money. I have sold fish too. I have also market and advertise other people’s products too on Facebook and WhatsApp, and we make good money.
Musicians are marketing and selling their music talents on internet. Beauty artists are doing so. Web geniuses are doing so. Sports people are doing so; but why not you? Internet is a free selling tool, all you need to do is become more creative, remain creative and advance your internet creativity.
If someone out there is using these internet platform tools to sell their talents, make money and live the life they want, you can as well do the same, and the beauty is everyone has a talent, so why not utilize yours and make a difference for your life. Ask Akon the hip-hop musician, your talent is a business, run it at a profit. Ask Michael Mandona his stage name known as ‘Mic Burner’ the Hip Hop and Dancehall artist, he will advise you too that your talent is your business; you must indeed run it at a profit. All I say to you today is, make your talent your business.
“Money follows art. Money wants what it can’t buy. Class and talent. And remember while there’s a talent for making money, it takes real talent to know how to spend it” – Candance Bushness