3 Steps to Turn Your Passion Into a Six-Figure Business

Become financially free doing what you love.

Biliz Maharjan


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The internet has given immense opportunities to creators to make a full-time living doing what they love.

Many online creators are saying goodbye to their 9–5 jobs and have started working on their passion projects. The idea of “solopreneur” has fascinated many people to work for themselves.

These creators are making six-figure incomes by monetizing their content. They are using their skills to produce products and services for their audience.

The internet has made it possible. Online tools, software, and resources have helped creators work independently, without a team or other human requirements.

Is it possible to work on your passion and turn it into a six-figure business?


Many people are working on side hustles to build their dream business. They are in search of financial and time freedom.

Creators like Justin Welsh and Dan Koe make over a million dollars yearly by creating content on multiple platforms online.

Justin is famous for his solopreneur journey, making him $2m/year.

Many people want to be like Justin. They want to work on something they love and make money. They don’t want to work on a corporate job that sucks.

I’m here doing the same. I quit my job three years ago to work on my passion for writing. I’ve been doing many freelancing jobs, working for clients, and creating online. So far, it’s going great.

Below are three steps to help you turn your passion into a six-figure business.


The first step is to know what you want to do. What is your passion?

Finding an answer to this question can be complex. It’s not as easy as it seems. Many people in their 30s and 40s are still unsure about what they want to do.

However, it’s never too late to pursue your passion. Numerous historical examples prove this point.

For starters, you can ask yourself the following question to identify your passion:



Biliz Maharjan

I write about self-improvement, creativity, and writing. Free writing guide—store.bilizmaharjan.com