Camille writes mostly on financial prosperity, but this particular post is a great business and marketing article.
(It's going to make the most sense if you go read the article first.)
So, now that you've done that, what are the lessons YOU can learn from the Soup Peddler?
Become an expert: You ARE an expert. Claim it. Know it. Proclaim it. Write it down if you have to.
Risk rejection: Yeah, rejection sucks. But it's hard to get a "yes" if you don't ever ask. So who can you ask?
What do you already have to make some money? A computer? A manual you wrote? A service you are awesome at delivering?
Go for what you really want. What is it you really want and why?
Have fun. What can you do to have fun in your business? Outrageous, side-splitting fun?
Be creative and unique. What's going to make you creative and unique? And how can you be even MORE creative and unique?
Lean test. What's the easiest, quickest, cheapest way for you to test your product or service?
I'd love to hear your answers below!