“When you feel inspired and focus on that feeling, and then surround yourself with that more and more — that’s just going to become the norm.”
— Bronkar Lee
Welcome back to the Steve Show! Today I have Bronkar Lee with us to share the creative solutions he used to go from ‘life on the road’ to designing a collaborative family business at home.
Redesigning your business around your life and passions takes innovation. If you’ve been struggling to break out of your daily grind and into something new and inspiring, these three tips are going to help you step into your creative flow!
Let’s jump right in…
Tip #1 Call On Your Dormant Skills
Ready to redesign your business around your favorite skills and passions? Try harnessing the power of recombinant innovation – taking multiple skills and combining them together to create a super skill that is even more marketable and compelling.
For Bronkar, he combined his coaching skills, musical background, and desire to heal into a potent new business concept. The best part? Harnessing your passions and unique skill set also carry the powerful benefit of attracting more of your wow customers!
Get your creativity flowing by asking these questions:
How can you bring your unused skills to the forefront right now?
How can you start combining those skills together to create something fresh, marketable, and enjoyable?
Tip #2 Harness Harmonic Collaboration
Want to integrate more of the people you love into your business? Look for opportunities to collaborate! When Bronkar wanted to recreate his business at home, he called on his wife’s design, web development, video production, songwriting, and content creation skills.
That merging of skills gave them the collective resources they needed to revolutionize their business and home life. In Bronkar’s words, “In harmony, I’ve got my voice and you’ve got your voice. One plus one doesn’t equal two. One plus one equals three because we’re seeing more of the picture.”
You can find opportunities for collaboration by taking an inventory of talented people in your social sphere. Write them down!
Tip #3 Find Creative Ways To Integrate
If you want to work more of what you love into your business, the best place to find inspiration is in the everyday activities that bring you joy. Bronkar had one of these epiphany moments when he uploaded a video of his son dancing to his beatboxing online. It unexpectedly went viral with over 180 million views!
When that happened, he thought, “Wow, how can we recreate this? Can we learn from this? And what can we learn?” Inspired, Bronkar created a beatboxing course designed to help families connect in fun ways through sound – and had the joy of working with his own family in the creation process.
Create space to do more of the things you love to discover those moments of inspiration. Ask yourself, “how can I create more marketable content that includes the people that inspire me?”
Integrating the people you enjoy into your business allows you to build fun, inspiration, and excitement into your work. That means less burnout and greater happiness!
I hope the creative techniques Bronkar shared today get you excited about breathing new life and inspiration into your business. What dormant skills are you ready to ‘wake up’? What passions and people are you excited to integrate into your business? Share those amazing creative ideas on this thread so we can all get inspired together!
As always, until we meet again…
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