from Farrah Gray, founder of Farr-Out Foods, who made his first million at age 14 (he said you have to find your area of excellence and ask your self these questions):
1. What do you do best? What comes easily to you but harder for others?
for me, it's communicating, particularly writing-- making the complex, easy to understand; finding meaning in apparent confusion, bringing out truths in a way that touches people directly and deeply, that people can quickly and easily relate with
2. What would you do year after year even if you never got paid for it?
3. How can you be of service to others?
teaching, guiding; bridging gaps, promoting better understanding among peoples
there, i go.