What To Do When You’re No Longer Passionate About Your Business


What can you do when you’re feeling stuck in a career or business that you’re no longer passionate about, but you also can’t immediately get out of it? I’ve definitely been there before and the one thing that really got me through it was focusing on the joy and gratitude for what that current job was providing me. 

My business didn’t light me up, but I had financial stability, a roof over my head, and a car in my driveway. I had the foundation I needed to figure out what my next career move should be, and that was enough to keep me going in the meantime. 

If you’re feeling stuck in the in-between, listen in to learn how you can start coming up with a long-term plan and head towards your new passion.


Episode Timeline & Discussion Questions:

(1:03) Welcome back to The Chris Harder Show. 

(2:24) Chris shares his advice for what to do when you’re not passionate about your business anymore. 

(5:05) Chris talks about the danger in changing jobs just for change’s sake. 

(7:03) Chris looks back on how he gained a better understanding for his next career move when he felt stuck in his previous business. 

(8:22) Text the word ROUNDTABLE to 310-421-0416 to learn more about Chris’s upcoming event. 

(10:12) Chris asks listeners to share the podcast and leave a 5-star review. 

When you actively go
out there and are open
to new ideas, all of
these experiences
bring you a new
perspective, which can
unveil what it is that
you're supposed to be
passionate about.

You’re Going To Hear About:

  • The best piece of advice I ever received about passion and business 
  • The problem with constantly moving on from things when they become monotonous 
  • A strategy to bridge that gap between where you are today and where you want to be in the future 
  • Tips for discovering what you’re truly passionate about

Resources Mentioned:

  • Text me the word ROUNDTABLE to 310-421-0416 if you want to be considered for the very first roundtable VIP business strategy session.