It isn’t important to have a business that is in alignment with their purpose or passion. The same goes here; not every business owner wants a business that makes a difference. And that’s perfectly fine. The main purpose of your business is to provide you with an income.
But, again, if you do want your business to make a difference, if that’s important to you, and you don’t feel like it is doing what you want it to, it’s going to impact how you feel about it.
(Note: There are some entrepreneurs who set up their business to be as profitable as possible so they can use the money they make from it to fund the way they make a difference, or their
soul’s purpose/passion. Maybe they set up a foundation or a charity, or maybe their business provides them with the income they need to travel the world, which is their passion. So if this is you,
It’s important to get clear about how your business is supporting your passion/purpose/making a difference and how your business fits into your life; otherwise, you run the risk of your business not actually giving you what you want it to.)